With competition getting aggressive as BMW updated the X5, and Mercedes-Benz smartly slotting in the GLB, it was time that Audi, would update the Q7, so what’s new, we let you know.
BMW launches the most power M Variant yet from its line-up, the M8 Coupe Competition and the M8 Coupe, with an explosive V8 engine churning out massive 625 HP of power, which ensures this M8 dashes from 0-100 kmph in just 3.3 seconds.
20 years after its debut, the fourth generation of the Audi A6 allroad quattro is being launched. With the standard all-wheel drive, adaptive air suspension and increased ground clearance, it is just as much at home on the road as it is off. The powerful V6 TDI engines offer ample pulling power for up to 2.5 tons of towing capacity.
With Audi refreshing the Q3, it was time that BMW refreshed their entry level SAV, the X1. Not that the current X1 was not doing great, but it’s always a good thing when a manufacturer updates their models, time to time.
BMW showcased the third generation of its much popular compact model, the 1-Series, code named as F-40 today. This 1-Series incorporates BMW’s new front wheel drive architecture, infusing BMW’s much famed driving dynamics and has significant increase in the interior space.
Skoda introduced the third generation Superb in 2015, based on the MQB platform, and before that introduction of that Superb, there was no other Skoda, as sharper and as tauter as the just introduced Superb then. No wonder then, the Skoda Superb went on to win many accolades for the head-turning design.
With electric cars become main stream globally, how can the German Carmaker lag behind, Audi launched the Plug in Hybrid Q55 TFSI E Quattro in Germany.
Great news for the Petrol Heads here, as LandRover launched Range Rover Sport with petrol powered mule inI 2.0 litre derivative pumping out 300 HP of power and churns out 400 NM of torque.
BMW launched the 4th generation X5 in India today. A distinctive new BMW design language with unmistakable BMW off-roading genes, commanding road presence and robust proportions define the new X5.
Jaguar XE, Mercedes C-Class, BMW 3-series, Audi A4 all are stellar performance product lines with excellent demand for their product in India, However except the C-class none of the above has actually received a 2019 upgrade that the car manufacturers brought to India.
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