Auto News Highlights – Jeep Compass, Skoda Kushaq, Online RTO Services, Bajaj Platina, Fuel prices.
Jeep:- 2022 Jeep Compass seater spied which will have India as its primary production hub. The 7-seater will be developed alongside the next-gen compass in the Ranjangoan plant. The car was spied with the Renegade which will be the compact SUV for India to rival Hyundai Venue and Sonet.
Skoda:- Interior Sketches of the upcoming Skoda Kushaq Revealed Officially. sometime back Skoda has also reviled the front and the side sketches. we can expect the new Skoda Kushaq from 10-14 lakh. The car will rival Hyundai creta and KIA seltos in the segment.
RTO:- No more need to go to the RTO office for 18 services from now. The government of India has notified the 18 Adhar based authentication services from today. These services are done through Adhar so you don’t need to physically go to the RTO offices.
The services include.
- Learner’s license
- Renewal of driving license for which test of competence to drive is not required,
- Duplicate driving license
- Change of address in driving license and Certificate of Registration
- Issue of the international driving permit
- Surrender of a class of vehicle from license
- Application for temporary registration of the motor vehicle
- Application for registration of the motor vehicle with a fully built body.
Bajaj:-Bajaj Platina 110 with ABS launched. The new Platina is priced at 65,930 Indian rupees. The bike comes with single-channel ABS with a 240 mm front disc brake which is first in its class. Bajaj also launched the electric start version of Platina which was also the first in the segment. The bike is offered in three color options – charcoal black, volcanic red, and beach blue. And has a 115 cc 4-stroke engine which is an air-cooled engine with Electronic Injection, and that makes 8.4 bhp at 7000 rpm and develops a peak torque of 9.81 Nm at 5000 rpm.
FUEL:-Fuel prices likely to come below ₹75, diesel at ₹68 after the application of GST. The govt. is thinking of cutting an excise duty of ₹8.5 per liter. The revenue loss for the Central Government and states will be ₹1 lakh crore or 0.4% of the GDP, as per the calculations made by the economists.