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Volkswagen finally revealed its flagship premium sedan - the Jetta. The resurrection of Octavia from Skoda with 1000 booking in just three weeks inspired not only GM to update the Cruze, but also Volkswagen to bring to market an updated Jetta so that it must not lose its market share in this segment. The new Volkswagen Jetta facelift is made available in three trims and the price ranges from Rs. 13.7 lakhs to Rs. 19.43 lakhs at all ex-showroom capital region of the country. The car is updated with new features both inside and at the exterior to improve the aesthetics of the vehicle. While all the makeovers outside are styled mechanically, the car has remained the same - as it is of ten said, you need not fix what isn’t broken.
After getting heat from the sister brand new launch and the overwhelming response it got, the Volkswagen India is all set to launch the facelifted version of the premium sedan Jetta. Skoda India revived the brand Octavia after discontinuing it in 2010 and the car got over 1000 booking in just mere three weeks; and this has caused some manufacturers many sleepless nights. GM India updated its flagship sedan, the Cruze. Volkswagen doesn’t want to be left behind in the race. So, we will soon witness a facelifted version of the ongoing Volkswagen Jetta.
Sky rocketing fuel prices have always been a bugger and the value-for-money minded Indians always opt for the high fuel efficiency cars. Volkswagen has launched an all new Polo GT TDI that seems to suffice the quintessential Indian buyer needs of a frugal vehicle. After the launch of the Volkswagen Polo GT TSI with a 1.2- litre petrol engine and the all new Volkswagen Cross Polo, the German marquee has offered yet another dazzling version of the Polo hatchback car, the Polo GT TDI.
With the growing auto market, the cross breeding also came into existence and the auto makers started introducing masterpieces of the crossover breed one after the other. The Volkswagen brand has grown by leaps and bounds in India and now has a marvelous line-up with gems like Vento, Passat, Polo and others. The Volkswagen small car Polo, has been a fore runner for the company and some research and development to make the hatch better was definitely in-line. When Skoda introduced Fabia Scout, the German auto major planned its next big move for the Indian market and zeroed in on the cross breeding for the enhanced version of Polo hatch. The Volkswagen Polo went under the scalpel for rendering that involved cosmetic changes to come out as a more butch and masculine-looking option in the model line-up.
The increase in tax slab in the SUV segment has not disheartened the auto majors ; rather they are working their way around it to join the fray and earn big fat checks from the growing SUV market of India. The new company to join the bandwagon after Ford Ecosport will be Volkswagen, which is planning to rope in the Indian buyers with its companct SUV Volkswagen Taigun. Expected to be launched in the year 2016, Volkswagen is planning to assemble Taigun SUV here in India to keep the price tag under check; it will compete against the likes of Honda CR-V, a recent entrant in the market, Ford Ecosport, and Renault Duster.
Volkswagen, the leading automobile giant that operates from Europe, has launched its new variant Volkswagen Polo GT TSI in India on April 29, 2013. What makes it different from its siblings is the fact that it is more powerful, with higher speed limit and more fuel-efficiency. Customers feel, it is a great combo because, besides its fuel-economy, the price tag is justified with the technology it comes with, and of course, it is a better value for money. In India, the new avatar is made available in petrol variant itself, but yields the benefits of both fuel as well as diesel with 7 speed DGS gear box.
The massive slowdown that has hit the Indian automotive industry this year is one of the worst that the country has witnessed till date. The Indian car bazaar that was selling as ridiculously large a number of vehicles as 2,13,362 in February last year, enrolling itself in the group of the fastest growing markets in the world, was seen crashing down to a sales figure of 1,58,513 during the same month this year. What’s more, India’s annual car sales report for the 2012-13 fiscal that came out last week posted a major decline of 6.7% - the steepest since the year 2001 when the drop was as high as 7.7%. And although the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) has predicted quite a positive and progressive future for the industry in the new fiscal, the atmosphere at present seems to be pretty gloomy in the car market, which is something that cannot be too good for business, and hence something that automakers would never appreciate. So, to perk things up a bit and provide the Indian buyers with deals that are actually too good to resist, India’s car-manufacturers have come up with a whole bunch of limited and special edition models of some of the most favourite rides of the country, making them all the more attractive and worthy of spending some hard-earned cash on. Here is a list of those special and limited edition car models that have been launched in India this month itself, quickly turning April, 2013 into one of the most exciting times of the year to shop for cars.
The Indian auto-market this year is facing one of the worst slowdowns ever to have been witnessed in the automotive history of the country. And just like every other slump that has struck the car-bazaar till date, this one has also resulted in a dramatic rush-in of specially-designed limited edition car models brought forward by every manufacturer, big and small, of the industry. With famous auto-brands like Nissan, Renault and Maruti Suzuki having already put in their personal share into the ‘limited edition’ bank this year, it is now time for the market to clear the spot for the limited edition ‘special’ belonging to the German clan of Volkswagen. Following competitors like the special edition of Nissan Sunny, Renault Scala Travelogue and Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire Regal to join the group of 2013 specials, the sedan bestseller of Volkswagen India, the Vento, today walked out of its esteemed stables in a spanking new special edition avatar that has been named as ‘Style’ by its manufacturers.
Volkswagen India Private Limited, the Indian arm of the auto-giant from Germany, yesterday added a new variant to the fleet of its flagship hatchback, Polo. Titled as the Volkswagen Polo SR, this brand new model is a limited edition version of the small car, meant to provide an extra boost to the sales curves of the car in the market. With competition levels in the lucrative hatchback segment of the Indian auto-bazaar touching higher marks every day, special offers, limited editions and eye-catching schemes have become exceptionally important parts of marketing strategies these days for the participating members of this segment. And the Volkswagen group, with this new launch, have hinted towards something similar.
When Bugatti Veyron was first introduced, it didn’t take very long for sports car lovers across the world to figure out why the Veyron is the fastest street-legal production car in the world. First launched in 2005, Bugatti Veyron sported a monster-like 8.0-litre W 16-cylinder engine, 4 turbochargers, and dual-clutch DSG computer-controlled manual transmission, which allowed the car to deliver an incredible top speed of 431.072kmph. And the car scored equally well in terms of looks and styling. There is little doubt that the car had made an impact on people across the world, which was to last for a very long time. And while the world is more than just satisfied with Bugatti Veyron, Bugatti Automobiles seems to be having a tough time being content with just the ‘world’s fastest super car’ title for the Veyron. As if the present generation Bugatti Veyron Super Sport’s 1,200bhp wasn’t exciting enough, the company now has its sight set on developing an all new 1600bhp Bugatti Veyron.
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