Auto News Highlights – Toyota x-prologue, Renault triber, Lamborghini Urus, Honda Civic, Tata Nexon
Toyota:- Toyota X-prologue new electric crossover teased. The world primer of the X-prologue is set on the 17th of March. The car is supposed to manufactured at Toyota’s EV special factory in Japan. Toyota is targeting the European market primarily but, as it is manufactured in Japan it is also expected to be sold in its home country.
Renault:- The 2021 Renault Triber launched today with a price hike of Rs. 15 thousand more. The new Renault Triber ex-showroom price starts at Rs. 5.3 lakh and goes up-to Rs.7.82 lakh. mileage of the Renault Triber is 19kmpl and 18.29kmpl for 2 types of gearboxes. A new Triber will be available with a height-adjustable driver seat and steering mounted control other than that everything is similar to the old one.
Lamborghini:- Lamborghini Urus Peral capsule edition launched in India with the base price of Rs.3.15 crore. The sales of Lamborghini Urus just hit the mark of 100 units in India. The price of the new edition urus is 20% more than that of standard urus which is Rs.3.15 crore.
The first Urus was launched in India on September 2018. and now company is expecting to sell at least one car a week. The SUV is powered by an 4.0 liter twin turbo V8 engine with 8 speed automatic gearbox. Top speed of Lamborghini Urus is 302 km/h and cam accelerate 0-100 in 3.6 sec.
Honda:- Honda civic 2022 first photo leak ahead of debut. The civic teased is the 11th generation of the car and the version is for sale in China. The 2022 Honda Civic sedan will mainly focus on the US and China markets. But the car is not expected to be launch in India as not attracting sales numbers. Honda also recently shut the Greater Noida plant which was dedicated to the Civic and CR-V. The 2022 Civic is expected to come with a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine.
Tata:- Tata Nexon granted for stay against the case of Delhi EV policy. The complaint was raised by a customer in Delhi for not getting the mileage certified by ARAI.
“The Honourable Delhi High Court has issued a notice on our writ and granted interim relief by directing a stay against the delisting of Nexon EV from Delhi Government’s eligible list of vehicles. The Honourable High Court has granted time to the Delhi Government to file counter affidavit in the matter.” Tata motors spoke person said.