It is said that old is gold and the vintage and classic car rally organized by The Statesman has been proving this adage to be true for more than 50 years.
Car manufacturers’ today love to adorn their new vehicles with exclusive features and conveniences to tempt customers.
Orange might be the new black, and neon might be in. But as far as cars are concerned, white is still the king.
Sedans have always been in demand for their elegance, style, space and convenience. Keeping up with this need and expectation, many sub-compact, compact and luxury sedans were launched in the previous year and some of them created quite a stir.
Hatchbacks have evolved greatly over the past few years to suit the requirements of the car buyers, especially in India. These cars are smaller but almost at par with sedans in comfort and style.
The one crore mark is a milestone for many in the country. Like the millionaire club across the world, having more than a crore rupees to spend in India puts you in a different league altogether.
While 2018 saw a lot of new launches and facelifts in the automotive industry, 2019 is set to be even bigger. Interestingly, 2019 is being predicted to be the ‘Year of SUVs’.
Good news for car drivers in India – after a successful invasion of urban homes, Amazon’s virtual assistant Alexa is all set to ride along in your car to work. The device known as the Echo Auto is an ingenious standalone device that provides all the benefits of a conventional Alexa-enabled smart speaker.
When the organizers of the show started the Consumer Electronics Show or CES in New York city in 1967 as a spinoff from the Chicago Music Show, no one would have imagined (not even the Motorola chairman Bob Galvin who kicked off the event) that it would become like the Mecca for people interested in gadgets and tech.
Though it is the standard practice today to sell a car within a year or two of purchase, but there are still many people who believe in a long partnership.