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The global armoured vehicle market is a big one. It is estimated to be something around 15,000 units annually but when it comes to India the products do not have many takers. Cars like Mercedes S guard are still unused by Indian honchos who need that kind of security.
Honda was recently in news for its intentions of launching a diesel engine model in the markets. Now it is again in the headlines for its latest small car launch. There has been speculations regarding the nomenclature of this model. Initially the model was expected to bear a name as 'CV2' but now a new speculation added up with the probable name being Brio.
The Indian car market has been witnessing a stupendous demand for newer and better products in the recent past which seems to be scaling new heights. Attractive new models are being launched every now and then, which at times suffocates and stagnates the market demand for the existing models. In lieu of this, most of the car companies seems to be adopting the strategy of facelifts and makeovers of the existing popular range of cars. Indian markets have always been driven by sentiments, which concludes the high sales figures around the festive seasons. The festive season this year starting from Navratri saw many car companies opening doors to some of the most amazing products with the culmination of best deigns, innovative technologies and a strong research pool.
Nissan is a multinational automobile makers headquartered in Japan. Nissan is planning a launch of Nissan Sunny soon. The car will be the saloon version of the hatchback Micra. Saloon Cars or Sedans are the passenger cars which comes in three box constellation. It comprises of different space for passenger, Cargo and engine. There are many variants of Sedans like four or two door cars, and also has fast track versions for both. The Nissan Sunny will be unveiled at the Guangzhou Show which is in December 2010. The Nissan Sunny is building in lines of Nissan Micra. The saloon car will come with the 'V-platfrom' and interiors similar to Micra. Nissan Sunny is anticipated to come in two variants in India- 1.5 litre four- cylinder powering 100bhp and 1.5 diesel engine. The car is expected to come the mid of 2011.
Volkswagen Group that launched two new models this year – Volkswagen Polo and Volkswagen Vento in India is doing very well. The Volkswagen Group consists of three brands – Audi, Skoda and Volkswagen. The brand has in total achieved an extraordinary growth figure of 131.9 per cent in the period January to September 2010.
Hyundai Motors seems to have known the Indian sentiments too precisely and has been a master at launching the right products at the right time. It launched Santro that immediately captured the fantasies of Indian buyers. Few years later, it was Hyundai i10 which did the same and became an instantaneous hit amongst the Indian car buyers. The hatchback segment has always been bustling with numerous products and strong competitors. Hyundai however had been successful with all its vehicles in this segment. Hyundai i10 has been doing well despite staunch competition from all its arch rivals including Maruti A Star, Maruti Ritz, Maruti Wagon R, Indica Vista and Ford Figo. Lets have a close glance at what these competitor cars have on the platter.
After the launch of two brand new models – Tata Aria and Hyundai Santa Fe – in the Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) segment of the Indian car market, its time for the much awaited Skoda Yeti to follow suit. According to speculation in the market the Czech automobile maker is gearing to launch the SkodaYeti in the Indian car market on November 18.
The Sports Utility Vehicle by Tata everyone has been waiting for has finally been launched. But the Tata Aria was not just designed keeping in mind Indian market, it was designed for markets in Europe and US.
Tata Motors has started wondering about exporting its new Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) Tata Aria. It is likely that the SUV might be exported after six months. Currently, the company is witnessing phenomenal growth of 77 per cent in exports. Tata Motors Passenger Car Business Unit Utility Vehicles Product Group Head S G Saksena told a leading financial daily, “Normally for any manufacturer it would take about six months after introducing the car in the domestic market to commence exports. We do have plans for exporting the Aria range of SUVs in the overseas market. Most of the products introduced in domestic (markets) are usually taken to overseas market after six months. There are host of other features (before exporting) which needs to be taken care of, which will take time. We do have plans to export it to European and SAARC countries after six months.”
Honda City, a popular sedan has ruled the Indian Auto Market for a long time now. The model from the Japanese motor company is just not another car but a style icon and status symbol. Many have tried to match up the HondaCity but no one has been able to take its position. This sophisticated machine is a great example of craftsmanship which has won many hearts and still continues to do so.
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