The previous week we witnessed a bunch of carmakers taking the covers off their upcoming fashions. Citroen revealed the launch timeline for its upcoming made-in-India sub-4m SUV, whereas Skoda, Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen, and Audi gave us glimpses of their upcoming fashions. Learn on to search out out the highest information from this week.
Volkswagen Taigun Inside
We’ve been ready to get a take a look at the Taigun’s inside for some time now. When it was first unveiled, we have been solely allowed to shoot the outside. Now, Volkswagen has given us a digital render of the production-spec Taigun’s inside. Have a look right here.
Skoda Kodiaq Facelift Debut
After giving us glimpses by means of a bunch of teasers, Skoda has lastly given the Kodiaq a mid-life replace. The additions embrace extra tech, sharper appears, and a plethora of powertrain choices. We’ve additionally been instructed it is going to arrive in India as a very knocked down (CKD) unit. Head right here for extra particulars.
Audi This fall e-tron Unveiled
Audi has revealed the This fall e-tron and This fall e-tron Sportback. It’s laden with tech corresponding to augmented actuality, head-up show, adaptive cruise management, and elective Matrix LED headlamps. It’s accessible in three variants: 35, 40, and 50. For extra particulars, head right here.
Kia Seltos Petrol To Get An iMT?
Kia’s Seltos might get upgraded as quickly as April 27. We count on it to get further options, a brand new Gravity Version variant, and the up to date brand. The Seltos is also supplied with an iMT clutchless handbook transmission choice. Try the complete story right here.
Citroen’s First Made-in-India SUV
Citroen assures that its first made-in-India sub-4m SUV is on monitor for a 2021 launch. The Nissan Magnite-rivalling SUV may very well be revealed as quickly as Might until the present pandemic ruins the celebration. It might function linked automobile tech, a sunroof, and a big infotainment system. Costs are prone to begin from Rs 6 lakh (ex-showroom).
Mercedes-Benz EQS Revealed
Mercedes-Benz has debuted the electrical equal of the S-Class: the EQS. If we needed to describe it in a single phrase, it might undoubtedly be ‘insane’. A few of the highlights embrace a large 55.5-inch MBUX Hyperscreen, a drag coefficient of simply 0.20, and eye-watering appears. The Tesla Mannequin S and Audi e-tron GT rival can go from 0-100kmph in simply 4.3 seconds with a staggering output of 523PS. Try the EQS intimately right here.