The 60th anniversary of production of the Octavia is around the corner, keeping that in mind the Czech manufacture has introduced the fourth generation of its top volume model. The world premier of the new Octavia took place in Prague.
BMW will greet visitors of the LA Auto Show this year with the premiers of its new High-Performance models for the Luxury Class, Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV), Sports Activity Coupe (SAC) and premium compact segments.
BMW M Motorsport continues its tradition of close-to-production customer racing vehicles with the introduction of the BMW M2 CS and the BMW M2 CS Racing.
Audi in Beginning of 2018 launched a limited series of the Audi R8 V10 RWS only 999 examples of it were made butnow the brand has decided to bring it back make it a permanent part of the R8 line up as a separate model. The model will be called the Audi R8 V10 RWD, it drops the RWS (Real Wheel Series) for RWD (Rear Wheel Drive). The sports car with rear-wheel drive will now be a fixed element of the portfolio.
Ford in collaboration with Webasto at SEMA 2019, Las Vegas revealed an ultra-high-performance battery electric Mustang fastback prototype, the Mustang Lithium.
Globally, BMW adds the 340i series to the new Seventh Generation BMW 3 Series. To be available in two options- Sedan and Touring, the customers now get a new 3 litre, six cylinder in-line petrol engine churning out whopping 374 HP/500 NM Torque, mated to 8 speed steptronic gearbox, specially designed by ZF for BMW.
The release of 2 Series Gran Coupe is BMW’s offering in the premium compact segment. It is a more dashing alternative to the classical sedan with its four-door coupe design.
On the 40th birthday of the G-class, Mercedes Benz added a strong contender to their SUV portfolio by unveiling the first ever diesel G-class, the G 350d, in Mumbai.
It was a great Thursday in Mumbai as Lamborghini unveiled its Huracan EVO Spyder, the drop-top version of its sibling the Huracan EVO. The car was unveiled alongside the inauguration of the Lamborghini showroom at Prabhadevi, Mumbai.
The Audi Sport GmbH has fine-tuned many details of the RS 4 Avant which was newly introduced in September 2017. The newly designed front section and the sporty interior with the new MMI touch operating system underline the athletic aspirations of the successful model, which has a legendary line of ancestors. The high-torque twin-turbo V6 with a power output of 331 kW (450 metric hp) applies an impressive 600 Nm (442.5 lb-ft) of torque to the crankshaft in a broad engine speed range from 1,900 to 5,000 rpm. The RS 4 Avant debuted at the DTM finale at the Hockenheimring on 6 October 2019.
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