Elite i20 - both were outright hits in terms of their design and styling. How impressing is the new Creta in this regard, to join the league of amazing Hyundais with Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 design philosophy? The Creta is amazingly easy on the eye and good-looking among its segment rivals. Yet, the design is feeble for a car of this sort and has been highly compromised for cost.
Volvo buses is carrying out final testing of its first-ever all-electric bus in Gothenburg, Sweden. The new electric bus concept officially debuted at the UITP Public-transport show in Milan, Italy, which started from June 8 last week, before entering into regular operations under “ElectriCity” cooperative venture in Sweden.
terrible stumble with the Datsun Go. Clearly, he has pulled a lovely pink bunny out of his hat – the Kwid is innovative, good looking, and perhaps affordable for an approximate price range around INR 3 to 4 lakh. He appears to have learnt essential lessons from the Datsun Go’s experience.
Yet the elephant in the room we miss out is Renault’s poor network and high maintanance/ service costs in India. Renault Kwid's approach is different from that of Datsun Go, and how far is Ghosn going to succeed is interesting to think about.
Codenamed as "Thunderbolt" range, these trucks are developed and manufactured in India targeting both the domestic and other export markets.
At the time when Camaro's key opponents in its home land (USA), the Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger, are more exciting in looks and pretty powerful, redesigning it would have been a herculean task for the company's designers. While retaining its legendary muscular looks that define Camaro for almost 50 years, the new car is slim and sleep with better aerodynamic characters.
2015 Datsun Go+.
It is true that seven-seaters offers great practicality and utility, but what we seem to conveniently ignore is the occupant's safety. The third rows are being squeezed indiscriminately into both SUVs and compact cars that are barely long enough to accommodate them, leaving barely inches between the seat and the rear of the vehicle. The safety importance behind the strength and design of the third row seats is also severely undermined by automakers.
About DHIYANESH RAVICHANDRAN
Dhiyanesh is the prime mover of this weblog and is equally crazy about driving cars and writing about them. This guy loves everything with a steering wheel, and bikes doesn't fascinate him much. So, at someday if self-driving cars take up all driving, he is sure to go nuts! He is instinctively seduced to sedans of 90s era, and his dream garage will surely have a W140 S-Class and R34 Skyline GT. He snogs his 1999 Fiat Siena everyday lovingly, and drives a Ford Fiesta. He maintains a strong appetite for sociological perspectives on cars, their historical and cultural footprints. And finds it strange to have written this in third person!