Car News That Mattered: Spied Models, Upcoming Cars, And An Important Update From A Big EV Maker
Modified On Aug 01, 2021 10:15 AM By Rohit for Tata Tiago NRG
The last week was abuzz with details on upcoming and spied models. The cherry on the cake was a crucial update from an EV giant waiting to enter India
2021 Tata Tiago NRG Snapped At A Dealership: Tata is set to introduce the facelifted Tiago NRG on August 4. But ahead of that, we have got our hands on some images telling us that the car has arrived at select dealerships across the country. What’s changed, and how similar is it to the standard Tiago?
Maruti Swift And Dzire To Get CNG Option Soon: Almost all Maruti Arena models except the Swift, Dzire, and Vitara Brezza come with a CNG option. Well, if you were looking to buy the first two with the greener powertrain, you might be in some luck as recent spy shots suggest their launch is on the cards.
Volkswagen Taigun Series Production Commencement: It was at Auto Expo 2020 that we first saw the compact SUV from VW, of course in its concept form. While the carmaker revealed the production-ready model in March, it has now announced the date on which the Taigun will hit the assembly line.
Hyundai’s Mass Market EV Coming To India: The talk today in the EV space is about the price and range of the model. Hyundai India seems to be working on this problem and is planning to launch an affordable EV with a range of over 300km by 2024.
Spy Shots And Teasers
2022 Mahindra Scorpio Spied, Again: Mahindra’s next-gen Scorpio, slated for early-2022 launch, has been spied yet another time. The recent images showcase the interior of the SUV, revealing key features that are similar to another upcoming Mahindra SUV.
Hyundai Creta Facelift Spied: It’s only been a year and a half since the second-gen Creta has been on sale in India. Now, its facelifted avatar will soon be introduced overseas, considering it was spotted testing there, revealing key design differences over the current model.
Mercedes-Benz’s Popular Sedan To Go Electric: After announcing its plans to produce all-electric models by 2030, Mercedes-Benz has just released a teaser hinting at the electrification of the E-Class. Head here to know the similarities between the EQE and the carmaker’s flagship EV sedan, the EQS.
Update From A Big EV maker
Tesla’s Plea To The Indian Government: If there’s anything delaying Tesla’s plans of starting India operations, it’s the high import duties levied by our government. As per the latest report, the EV maker seems to have approached the Indian authorities to address this issue to help it compete fairly here in the country.
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