The year 2018 is just around the corner now, and autonomous driving is no longer a figment of our imagination. Features like lane keep assist and self -breaking systems already fall under the label of driver-assist functions and are part of our automotive existence.
The recent ruling by the Supreme Court making PUC certification mandatory for the renewal of insurance for motor vehicles is a welcome move – one that has been applauded by environmentalists and the general public alike. Considering the rising pollution levels in most Indian cities, this mandate is expected to have a positive outcome on the environment in the long run.
The much awaited 2017 Hyundai Verna has finally rolled out for the Indian market, with some great cosmetic and feature updates. While the engine’s setup has been carried over from the previous generation, Hyundai has done away with the 1.4L petrol and diesel motors in the new model. However, it continues to feature the 1.6L larger capacity gasoline and oil burner units. Both these units offer improved fuel efficiency over the older models. The sedan sports both a 6-speed manual gearbox and 6-speed torque converter automatic as transmission options. Here is our expert panel’s review on the new launch.
If you want your car to run as smooth as new for a long time, timely maintenance is a must. However, like with anything else in today’s digital age, there is an onslaught of information on the internet, both on TV and the internet. Hence, it’s important to separate the facts from the myths if you want to save your money while ensuring your car is maintained well. After all, over-maintaining your vehicle will burn holes in your pocket and under-maintaining might damage your car beyond repairs.
The concept of self-driving cars, introduced as an ‘impossible future’ in the 90s cartoon “Jetsons” has been turned into reality by Google and Tesla. The idea, now a reality in some parts of the world, is apparently not going to be allowed on the Indian roads, as per Mr Nitin Gadkari. However, even if driverless cars were allowed on Indian roads, we are pretty sure that they would not be a workable solution. Here are 10 reasons why Indian roads and driverless cars spell a bad marriage!
It might sound like something from a sci-fi movie, but right here, right now is the future at your fingertips. Well, at least that’s Nissan’s vision for NissanConnect; an integrated information and communication platform that connects with the customer’s smartphone to provide a superior driving experience – Intelligent Mobility.
Kia Motors has been teasing the Indian automobile enthusiasts for quite a while now. Ever since its announcement about the signing of a MoU with the Government of Andhra Pradesh, car lovers in the country have been waiting with bated breath for any further news from the company. And finally, it seems Kia is ready to introduce India to the high-tech as well as affordable cars that this second largest automobile company of South Korea is known for its.
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With the growing demand for used cars in the country, there has been a spurt in the number of dealers offering used cars. A slew of online marketplaces dealing solely with automobiles have come up, giving a tough fight to the traditional old-time garages and used car dealers who have been in existence for a long time.
In 2016, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways announced that Bharat Stage VI emission standards will apply to all vehicles manufactured on or after April 1, 2020. That the Indian government is circumventing Bharat Stage V and leapfrogging to the more stringent and robust BS VI, speaks volumes of its commitment to align to European Union regulations and bring about giant positive leaps from the current BS III and IV levels.