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There has been lots of speculation around Hyundai lately. But the carmaker put an end to some of these speculations and launched its first pure electric car that is going to go into mass production by 2012.
The car called the Hyundai BlueOn is a Hyundai i10 hatchback look alike but it will be powered by batteries made by SK Energy with a capacity of 16.4 kilowatts per hour. The Hyundai’s Blue On has a range of 140 kilometres on a single charge and it has a maximum speed of 130 kilometres per hour.
Volkswagen India seems to be all roses and no guns as the company is expanding its presence in India like never before. The largest car manufacturer of Europe launched its powerful 1.6 l Polo variant today after the successful entry of 1.2 l Volkswagen Polo in the Indian subcontinent early this year. This hot hatchback has been priced at Rs. 6.16 lakhs, ex showroom New Delhi. The car would be available in an highline petrol version in India.
The Indian car market is booming and the total production has jumped by a whopping 23.4 percent from 3.12 million units at present to 3.85 million.
Recently, India’s largest carmaker – Maruti Suzuki – added another plant to its manufacturing facilities and announced an investment of about Rs 1925 crore for it. According to Osamu Suzuki, chairman and chief executive officer of Suzuki Motor Corp, the company has not been able to supply some car models on time due to capacity constraints.
The market of small cars has always been blooming in comparison to all the major car segments in India. Currently the market is full of a number of hatchbacks both in the entry level and in the premium class. Right from Tata Nano to Hyundai i20, small cars are coming in various price and feature range. We have often drawn comparison between cars priced in the similar range, however, this time we would like to initiate an unusual comparison between various small cars whatever the price range.
The country’s largest carmaker has started its third manufacturing unit in Manesar near Gurgaon, Harayana. The car maker that sells the country’s most popular models like Maruti Alto, Maruti Wagon R, Maruti Zen Estilo, Maruti A-Star et al is all set to pump in a lot of money. Maruti Suzuki India's investments will now be to the tune of Rs 6,125 crore during the 2010-13 period. The third plant at Manesar comes at a cost of Rs 1,925 crore.
The SUV segment in India has been witnessing an extensive growth recently with a number of launches in the mid/premium segment. Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL), the wholly owned subsidiary of Hyundai Motor Company (South Korea) and the second largest car maker in the country is all set to launch Hyundai Santa Fe, an SUV in the month of October'2010. The car is expected to fall in the price bandwidth of 23 to 25 Lacs.
The country’s largest carmaker, Maruti Suzuki India, is all set to share information and help out Volkswagen AG to come up with a brand new small car for the Indian market priced less than Rs 4 lakh!
There had been speculation of such a sharing of expertise in the past but no confirmation had been received. But Volkswagen understands the need to be present in the small car segment in India that constitutes 70 per cent of the total sales.
If like power, torque and speed, there was a measuring unit for great performance and popularity, then among the cars in India, the winner would certainly be the tiny little Latest Tata Nano. Most people say that the launch of Tata Nano got the same amount of media hype that the launch of an Apple product gets.
Maruti Suzuki India posted highest ever monthly sales at 1,04,791 units in August which took up Maruti’s growth chart by 23.56 per cent over the year-ago period. Figures like these keep the company on top of the chart as the country’s biggest carmaker.
Maruti Suzuki seems to be in full swing launching a long list of Special Editions recently. The company launched a limited version of Maruti Swift, a popular hatchback from Maruti SuzukiIndia today.
The limited edition has been fondly named as "Swift One million edition" by the company and would be available in an attractive "Goldsmith Black" color across India. The new Maruti Swift would come loaded with smart and attractive features like splendid graphics, special integrated stereo with USB and speakers, luxurious leather seats, cushions, foot-mats and an artistic decal on the exteriors. The launch of this limited edition comes as a mark of celebration as the company rolled out its millionth car early this year.
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