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Toyota Innova Crysta: Variants Explained

The Innova Crysta is single-handedly driving Toyota’s growth in the Indian car bazaar. Widely popular among cab aggregators, the Innova, after its re-entry in 2016 has increasingly been finding private owners as well. So much so that the MPV clocks as much sales as some of the entry-level cars and more than all the Toyota cars combined on some

Kia Motors To Launch 16 Electrified Vehicles By 2025

Hyundai’s subsidiary brand, Kia, has made big announcements at the ongoing 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Apart from unveiling an all-electric compact SUV concept, the Niro EV, the South Korean automaker has also announced that it will introduce 16 electrified vehicles, including hybrids, plug-in hybrids and electric vehicles, globally by 2025. Why

Hyundai Launches Verna 1.4-litre Petrol At Rs 7.79 Lakh

Hyundai has now added a 1.4-litre petrol engine option to the new Verna lineup. The 1.4-litre petrol Verna has been priced at Rs 7.79 (ex-showroom, New Delhi). While the previous-gen Verna was available with both the 1.4-litre and 1.6-litre petrol and diesel engines, Hyundai discontinued the motor with lesser displacement with the new-gen model last year. This

Ferrari 70th Anniversary Mumbai Drive – Code Red

Ferrari – it’s a name that makes almost every petrolhead start daydreaming. Some like the classic Ferraris and some like the modern ones, but one thing for sure is that you can’t ignore these beautiful creations of metal and science! Spotting one of them on Indian roads is a rare occasion and I recollect each and

Three Compact SUV Concepts in a Year; What’s Toyota up to?

Apparently, there’s more development happening at Toyota than we can chase. On one hand, the Japanese carmaker is busy using cow dung to mass produce hydrogen in the USA, and on the other, it has collaborated with Suzuki to develop all-electric vehicles in India. The three concepts – the FT-AC, FT-4X, and the Tj Cruiser – Toyota showcased this year are

Honda Jazz: Variants Explained

Honda Jazz has been in the Indian car market for a long time now and has a reputation for being one of the most practical premium hatchbacks on sale. The car can give even some compact sedans a run for their money when it comes to cabin and cargo space, while the features are also