Autocar show: Suzuki pavilion at Auto Expo 2020
Suzuki Motorcycle showcased its full range of BS6 vehicles at the Auto Expo 2020. What’s more...
Auto expo 2020: Slowdown looms
Several big names such as Toyota and Honda won't be participating in the biennial expo, which is being held at...
Auto Expo 2020 sees visitors in large numbers
The exhibition saw an estimated 100,000 visitors paying an entry fee of Rs 475 on Saturday. Whi...
Auto Expo 2020: Debutants happy to show it off
There are new launches planned, of course, but they are fewer than in other years. Starting Wednesday, the participating automakers are due to showcase more than 60 new vehicles and six concepts through the week. Almost every vehicle maker had an electric vehicle (EV) on display and many have even announced the rollout of affordable EVs in the future.
Auto Expo 2020: What is Great Wall Motor planning
Chinese automobile giant Great Wall Motors is set to take a giant leap, springing a clutch of SUVs at the Auto Expo, according to reports.
Auto Expo: Tata brings back Sierra
The company also showcased its upcoming flagship SUV Gravitas, which is a 7-seater variant of the Harrier. A close-to-production version of the HBX micro-SUV was also shown
Auto Expo 2020: All you need to know
The Auto Expo 2020, being held in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, is a great draw for the biggest names in the automotive world.
Aqua line of the Noida Metro sees highest ridership on account of Auto Expo
As many as 32,923 people rode the newly constructed metro line as against an average daily ridership of about 25,000, according to official data, said one person in the know asking not to be named. Over 70,000 people visited the auto show on Friday, according to the organiser Society of Indian Automotive Manufacturers (SIAM).
Auto Expo 2020: Indian manufacturers showcase EV designs
Auto Expo 2020 followed global trends with a booster dose on e-vehicles. Most Indian automobile manufacturers displayed their best designs i...
India guards against coronavirus at car show dominated by Chinese firms
With the death toll from a new coronavirus outbreak in China nearing 500 and cases of the disease spreading across the globe, organisers of the show are reassuring visitors that officials arriving from China will not be in attendance. Chinese automakers are set to showcase cars including electric vehicles, while over 300 Chinese autoparts companies are also due to participate.
Maruti Suzuki launches petrol version of Vitara Brezza, price starts at Rs 7.34 lakh
The BS-VI petrol Vitara Brezza is powered by 1.5 litre K-series engine with 5-speed manual and automatic transmission options with smart hybrid, the company said in a statement. The new petrol Vitara Brezza was unveiled at the Auto Expo 2020 held earlier this month.
World Car Awards make pit stop at Auto Expo
The World Car Finals countdown officially began on Wednesday at the Auto Expo here with the announcement of the top 10 and top five finalists for five World Car Awards categories. Kia Soul EV, Kia Telluride, Mazda3, Mazda CX-30, Mercedes-Benz GLB, Volkswagen Golf and Volkswagen T-Cross are the other finalists for World Car of the Year.
All Chinese stalls at Auto Expo will be manned by their Indian representatives: SIAM
Despite no Coronavirus threat directly at Auto Expo, the organizers are taking measures to make people aware of symptoms and the prevention actions. Arrangements are being made to make available hand sanitizers.
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