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New Car Launches in the First Quarter of 2022

The automobile sector has been plagued by supply chain disruptions and a persistent chip scarcity as a result of the coronavirus epidemic. Despite this, the sector has seen a slew of large vehicle introductions this year, particularly in India. Keeping with the theme, several manufacturers are hopeful about 2022 and plan to introduce new vehicles at the start of the new year. ... Read More »

Buying your First Car? Here are a Few Things that must be Taken Care Of!

Owning a car is a dream come true moment, isn’t it? Working hard for years, comparing numerous models, visiting multiple dealerships are all part of that process. The buying process can get scary if the buyers aren’t fully aware of their options. It is important to do the proper research about the needs, what steps to take, and what not ... Read More »

Bajaj Pulsar N250 & F250 review: First ride

Twenty years ago, Bajaj launched a brand name that would become synonymous with the Indian sports bike and would in many ways change the way India looked at two-wheel machines. The name Pulsar not only changed the fate of Bajaj Auto from Humara Bajaj to the World’s favourite Indian but also opened the metaphoric floodgates for India’s sports bike movement. ... Read More »

2022 Ford Maverick 2.0L EcoBoost First Test: The Small Truck Done Right

Just like the entries in every modern automotive segment, pickup trucks have gotten big. Back in the 1990s, a Ford Ranger or Toyota Tacoma were similar in size to today’s new 2022 Ford Maverick, but consumer preferences along with a push to make everything bigger and better caused trucks to grow. The 2022 Maverick reopens the door that was shut decades ago, and ... Read More »

Hyundai i20 Turbo iMT First Drive Review at NATRAX

The future of fun yet affordable hatchbacks in this country is possibly bleak but carmakers like Hyundai and Volkswagen have proven that there is life in it yet. One might argue that the previous decade was the golden period and nothing will come close to the likes of Fiat Punto Abarth, Maruti’s Baleno RS and the Tata Tiago JTP that ... Read More »

New York auto show postponed for first time since WWII over coronavirus

Organizers of the New York International Auto Show are postponing the 12-day conference until late-August due to the evolving coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. — the first time the annual event has been rescheduled since WWII. The public show, which was set to begin early next month, is now scheduled for Aug. 28 through Sept. 6, the Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association, ... Read More »

No first use nuclear policy may change in future, says Rajnath Singh on India’s defence strategy

nion Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said that India may see a major shift in its policy of using nuclear weapons. Rajnath has said India currently has a “no first use policy” on nuclear weapons but it may change in the future. Speaking at an event in Pokhran on Friday, Rajnath Singh said, “Till today, our nuclear policy is ... Read More »

New-gen Hyundai Elite i20 spotted testing for the first time in India

– The new Hyundai Elite i20 will be based on an updated platform. – It could get a 1.0-litre turbo-petrol motor, mated to a 7-speed DCT. – The next-gen Elite i20 is likely to be launched next year. The next-generation Hyundai Elite i20 was spotted road testing for the first time near the company’s facility in Sriperumbudur, on the outskirts of Chennai. Although heavily ... Read More »

Used car market size can be ₹50, 000 crore by 2022: Mahindra First Choice

The size of India’s pre-owned or second-hand car market could be between 6.7 million units and 7.2 million units by 2022, with the value of the segment pegged at ₹50,000 crore, according to a sector outlook released by Mahindra First Choice Wheels Ltd, the pre-used car business of Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd. According to the report, the share of organized retail ... Read More »

Lotus’s First All-New Car in a Decade Will Be an Electric Hypercar

Colin Chapman’s legacy is legendary, as is that of the marque he founded, Lotus. To call the two influential in the history of motorsports and sports cars is to grossly understate the matter. But, for the past couple decades (or three), small but spirited Lotus has struggled to move that legacy forward in a world of increasingly complex technologies. That’s ... Read More »