Here is a brief summary of all what happened at Auto Expo 2010. For details, please visit Auto Expo 2010 Coverage.
Audi showed a sportback concept and launched Audi Q7 which is supposed to be the most powerful SUV in India. They also announced a limited edition A6.
BMW unveiled X1 CKD and 5 Series GT. They also launched BMW X6-M, 760 LI and Gran Tursimo for a price of Rs 1 crore 30 lakhs, Rs 1 crore 29 lakhs, and Rs 63 lakhs respectively.
Chevrolet launched Beat for 3.43 lakhs. They also showcased E-Spark, Aveo CNG, Spark 800cc, all new Aveo, Chevrolet Volt (hybrid), Chevrolet Cruze, Camaro, Spark Electra, and Captiva Extreme.
Fiat showed Linea, Punto and Punto CNG. They also announced a small car for Indian market in collaboration with Tata Motors.
Honda unveiled its small concept car priced under Rs. 5 lakhs.
Hyundai unveiled Santafe, Avante, i10 electric, Genesis Coupe and H1 Wagon.
Jaguar showed a range of their cars including XJ.
Mahindra launched Maxximo. Showed “the Thar” and facelifted Scorpio. They also launched their “Beast” Navistar trucks.
Maruti showed their R3 concept and MPV EEco. They also showed Kizashi, SX4 Hybrid.
Mercedes Benz S500 and GL350. They also announced AMG Desert Gold in 2 crores range.
Renault showed Twizy, Fluence, Laguna, Koleos and Megane.
Skoda launched Yeti. Laura RS, the Superb Combi and the Fabia Greenline were also displayed.
Tata launched Aria, Magic Iris and Venture. They also showcased Indica Vista EV and Sport. Prima Sedan concept was put on display along with some heavy trucks and ambulances.
Toyota launched Etios and Prius.
Volkswagen launched the Polo and put Polo cup on display.