Among the many wonders that the year 1800 witnessed, the most wonderful and wildest was using car as a personal mode of mechanized transportation. Though automobile industry has faced many ups and downs since then but the car has been a hotbed of technology always.
News of the Pagani Zonda HP Barchetta dominated the automobile page just a few days back as the most expensive car in the market, reportedly sold for a whopping $20 million!
The Indian Automotive Industry has expanded to become one of the largest in the world. With a vision to stay on top for years to come, it has come a long way since its humble beginning.
The turn of this century has been rather challenging for many automakers, sparing neither the iconic nor the newbie. Creating and maintaining brands requires a continuous flow of investment, further aggravated by cut-throat competition and accelerated technology upgrades.
In the past, buying a new car entailed must-haves such as mileage, power, comfort and value. These parameters are still important, but the dynamics have changed considerably.
The Nissan Xmotion (read as Crossmotion) is a true crossover in every sense, bringing together futurism and folklore, sports utility and passenger comfort.
With space being available at a premium, people are no longer making any provisions for garages in homes to park their cars, but prefer to leave them on the roads, just outside their boundary walls.
The Hindustan Motors Ambassador, lovingly called Amby, is all set to storm the Indian car market again, albeit in a new avatar. The owner of Hindustan Motors, C K Birla signed a deal to this effect with the PSA Group, a major French Auto company, parent to famous brands like Peugeot, Citroen and DS.
Are you that person who, every time a Porsche or Lamborghini vrooms by, wishes you owned one too? Well, dreams of ‘someday owning one’ may even come true, but before you decide to achieve that dream, think again, or even better, get a reality check here and now.
It’s been two decades since the first model of the Ford Focus was introduced in 1998, making waves throughout the automobile industry and grabbing eyeballs the world over.