Auto News Highlights:- 2021 Polo GTI, Mercedes EQT Concept, Yamaha Bikes Production, Isuzu Hi-Lander, D-Max V-Cross, and MU-X SUV
2021 Volkswagen Polo GTI Launch Soon
German carmaker Volkswagen is good to go to take the covers off the new-gen Polo GTI one month from now. In front of its debut, Volkswagen has shared a first look at how the vehicle will look like.
Volkswagen decided to share a sketch of the new Polo GTI with a very lively design of the game variant of the Polo hatchback. The Polo GTI world debut will occur within half a month after Volkswagen exhibited the new age 2021 Polo hatchback in April.
The official world premier of the new Volkswagen Polo GTI will occur toward the end of June 2021.
The Polo GTI will be based on a similar MQB A0 stage on which the new Polo is made. Subsequently, it will stand 4.05 meters long, 1.75 meters in width, and 1.45 meters in tall. The wheelbase will be like the customary Polo at 2.56 meters and the limit of the rear compartment will be 351 liters.
In terms of design, the Polo GTI is by all accounts following a similar plan theory seen on Golf GTI. The Polo GTI will get a forceful looking front guard which will wear a honeycomb design. Simply over the flat LED daytime running lights is a red line that proceeds inside the front lamp packaging and the particular GTI logo on the grille, while at the back there is a diffuser, a tactful spoiler and twofold round tailpipes.
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Mercedes EQT Concept Electric Van
German carmaker Mercedes Benz has taken the covers off the EQT Concept electric van. Its the 10th model in the EQ line-up of vehicles. The electric MPV will be a seven-seater vehicle and will be based on the Citan comercial van these year.
The Mercedes EQT Concept is required to be launched one year from now. It is by and large together created with Renault. Marcus Breitschwerdt, Head of Mercedes-Benz Vans, said, “We are extending our portfolio with the T-Class. It will speak to families and private clients who appreciate recreation exercises and need a great deal of room and most extreme fluctuation. Furthermore, as the Concept EQT shows: we will likewise be offering a completely electric model in this section later on.”
The Mercedes EQT Concept remains at 4945 millimeters long, 1863 millimeters in width, and 1826 millimeters high. The vibe of the electric MPV is described by the dark board front with LED headlights. The mirror-turned 21-inch combination wheels, the all-encompassing rooftop, and a light strip that interfaces the front and backlight bunches. The MPV likewise gets sliding entryways on the two sides to permit admittance to the third line of seats.
Yamaha Bikes Production At 2 Plants Halted Amid Covid
Yamaha Motors has joined other vehicle makers in India to declare the suspension of production. Because of the second influx of Covid-19. The bike maker has declared today that is going to close its two plants. Surajpur in Uttar Pradesh and Chennai in Tamil Nadu. For around fourteen days to shield the representatives from raising the contamination rate.
Yamaha has said that these plants will stay shut from May 15 to May 31. The maker has additionally said that choice on whether to continue creation at the plants in June might be taken in the wake of looking into the Covid-19 circumstance. Up until now, Yamaha Motor has not detailed any of its worker testing positive.
On May 3, Indian vehicle maker Mahindra and Mahindra declared that it will stop production due to covid. A month ago Maruti Suzuki had likewise pronounced that it would be shutting its plants in Haryana. Which will work from May 1 to May 9 to make oxygen accessible for the clinical area. As India keeps on contacting around four lakh cases, the automaker has chosen to broaden its closure till May 16.
Isuzu Launches Hi-Lander, D-Max V-Cross, and MU-X SUV
Isuzu Motors has launched three items in India, with one of them being a new model. The carmaker has presented the BS6 renditions of its pickup truck D-Max V-Cross and MU-X SUV and pickup model Hi-Lander.
Tsuguo Fukumura, Managing Director at Isuzu Motors India, said. “India is a critical market for us, and we will keep on getting the best innovation and designing that Isuzu has to bring to the table around the world. Isuzu is worldwide famous for making intense, dependable, and eco-friendly vehicles, and our new BS 6 territory epitomizes these qualities.”
The new passage level D-Max model Hi-Lander has been dispatched at a cost of ₹16.98 lakh (ex-showroom, Chennai). The Isuzu Hi-Lander is fueled by a 1.9-liter diesel motor which is mated to a six-speed manual gearbox. This motor gives 163 hp of force and 360 Nm of pinnacle force. The Hi-Lander pickup might not have a four-wheel-drive framework, yet it has superior ground freedom. The entry-level pickup likewise gets halogen headlamps, dark ORVMs, and steel wheels outwardly.