The past week has been quite hectic, and keeping up with all the action has been quite a task. From price hikes, to new launches and new Dark editions, the month of July has kicked off with a bang. Let’s take a look at the most interesting news from the past seven days.
Satan would be jealous of the offspring resulting from Bugatti and Rimac Automobili’s marriage. The famed Bugatti speed mixed with Rimac’s electric prowess can only result in one thing: goosebumps. Read more about this alliance here.
Tata Dark Edition Additions
Tata has introduced the stealthy Dark Edition for three more of its models: the Altroz, Nexon, and Nexon EV. The Harrier Dark Edition has received some updates as well. Head here to find out prices and which variants get the blackout treatment.
If you’re part of the sentimental tribe, this bit about the Aventador will probably hurt. Lamborghini has announced the last ever iteration of the supercar, dubbed the Aventador Ultimae, in what seems to be a fitting end. And it’s only available in limited numbers.
New BMW 2 Series Coupe
Bigger, better, and most importantly, touted to be more fun to drive. The new 2 Series Coupe has been revealed, with a rather interesting fact: it sits on a chassis that was initially designed for the 4 Series. To see the sedan in all its glory, head here.
Couple Of Land Rovers
JLR has launched the three-door Land Rover Defender 90 and the 2021 Range Rover Evoque in India. The handsome Defender retails from Rs 76.57 lakh to Rs 1.12 crore, and is up to Rs 6.91 lakh more affordable than its 5-door counterpart. Check it out here. On the other hand, the updated Range Rover Evoque is priced from Rs 64.12 lakh onwards. Head here for all the details.
Bolero Neo On Its Way
With Mahindra revealing a bunch of teasers and a couple dealership sightings, we just might be pretty close to the launch of the new TUV….sorry….Bolero Neo. To make things more interesting, we even have a date for you here.
The Wait For The Citroen C3 Just Got Longer
In what seems like a deja vu moment for Citroen in India, like in the case of the C5 Aircross, the launch of its sub-4m SUV has been delayed as well. To check out the revised launch date of the upcoming sub-4 metre SUV, head here.
Stellantis And Its EV Plans
First off, Stellantis plans to go fully electric before the end of this decade. This will include models from 14 brands such as Jeep, Dodge, Citroen, Peugeot, Fiat, and more. The plan will include models like Dodge’s first all-electric muscle car and the Jeep Grand Cherokee 4xe . Read more about Stellantis’ intentions here.
Hyundai Venue And Mahindra Thar
Both the Hyundai sub-4m SUV and Mahindra’s off-roader have received a price hike. For the Thar it’s the third one this year, and its largest since its launch. For the Venue, the prices of its entry-level variants have been increased, four new variants have been added, and six old ones have been discontinued. For more information on the price hike of the Thar, head here. To know all the changes in the Venue, head here.
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