2018 seems like a remarkable year for all the Automobile lovers, Santro is back, Mahindra launching their most expensive car, Tata announced their new awaited SUV and a host of other facelifts and newer cars and bikes launched.
On its 30th anniversary in 2020, the Dodge Viper will be making a return. The car would be sporting a 558HP naturally aspirated V8 engine instead of the V10 which it had earlier. Another version with a 710hp V8 engine and manual transmission will come later.
The 2018 MINI Countryman has been launched in India starting at Rs.34.90 lakhs. The car was first showcased here at this year’s Auto Expo and will come in three distinct variants – Cooper S, Cooper SD and Sporty Cooper.
In order to promote the use of electric cars, Indian Railways will install charging stations at the parking of New Delhi railway and Nizamuddin station. Necessary preparations for the installation of such systems are already underway. According to the proposed plan, Railway would install fast charging DC points at a dedicated parking lot at these two stations.
Mazda has recently unveiled the Mazda Vision Coupe at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show. And we have noted an excellent balance between emotion and elegance. It is a cleaner and more sophisticated design minus the unnecessary clutter of elemeents.
Triumph has launched the Triumph Street Triple 765 RS at Rs.10.55 lakh. The RS is the top-end variant for their popular Street Triple franchise, this launch follows close on the heels of the Street Triple S that Triumph had launched earlier this year.
Further expanding the 911 line-up in India, Porsche today launched the all-new Porsche 911 GT3 sports car in the country priced at Rs.2.31 crore. Powering the new Porsche 911 GT3 is a 4-litre six-cylinder boxer engine which has been tuned to churn out 493 bhp of power and develop 540 Nm of peak torque. Transmission wise, you have the option of choosing either the 7-speed PDK automatic transmission or the more exciting 6-speed manual gearbox.