The past week saw plenty of new unveilings and announcements. Here are the top car news that made headlines in the week gone by:
Unveiling / Debut
Volkswagen Taigun Breaks Cover
The Taigun, Volkswagen’s answer to the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, and the Skoda Kushaq, has been unveiled. Should you consider it over the Korean duo, which enjoys a near-legendary status? Find out here.
The Tiguan Gets A Facelift
Along with taking the wraps off the Taigun, the German carmaker has also unveiled the facelifted Tiguan for India, which comes with a cosmetic update, some new features, and an important revision under the hood.
T-ROC To Be Back On Shelves Soon
The Volkswagen T-ROC, which was sold out within two months of its debut in 2020, will be back on shelves this May. However, prices have increased by a considerable margin.
Facelifted Skoda Kodiaq Design Sketches Revealed
Skoda sprang a surprise this week by revealing the facelifted Kodiaq’s design sketches. Here are the changes Skoda has made to the Kodiaq ahead of its global unveiling on April 13.
Mercedes-Benz EQS’s Aircraft Lounge-like Interior Revealed
If you thought the new S-Class’s interior was grandiose, wait until you get inside the EQS. The dashboard features three screens spanning 55.5 inches! But hang on, there’s more.
Volkswagen Planning To Reduce Service Costs
Volkswagen is looking to bring down service costs for its vehicles by up to 32 percent. More on the latest development here.
Xiaomi To Make Cars Soon?
Smartphones? Check. Smart home appliances? Check. Chargers? Check.
And now, Xiaomi is ready to take the plunge into the automobile space. The Chinese multinational announced it will be making electric cars. All details here.
Ford Scraps All Projects With Mahindra
Yes, you read that right. All projects on advanced developments like the XUV500-based Ford SUV and the EcoSport turbo-petrol (with Mahindra’s 1.2-litre turbo-petrol engine) have been scrapped.
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