All new Honda City started rolling in Philippines just few days back and it already sees exciting bookings. To further kindle the fans, Honda Cars Philippines Inc. (HCPI) unveiled 2014 City MUGEN concept for the first time at SMX Convention Center in Pasay City, Philippines.
Porsche revealed power train specs of base model Macan just recently. The baby Cayenne SUV will feature a four cylinder engine configuration. Yes, a four cylinder for Porsche. Last model to use a four cylinder layout was Porsche 968, about 20 years ago.
Honda is upgrading its manufacturing plant in Philippines at a cost of P200 million (INR 27,31,45,800) to accommodate estimated hike in sales of its new City. Launched just a few days back, the all new City already sees appreciable response there, and the company has decided to expand their facility in Sta. Rosa, Laguna to meet with expected increase in demand this year.
Toyota Motor Corp. continues to remain top on podium as world’s best-selling car manufacturer, upon crunching the numbers of first quarter of 2014. General Motors Co. and Volkswagen AG stay close behind in the race.
Earlier this year, BMW had confirmed that they are working on a bigger X SUV, the biggest till date. To be called X7, this new BMW SUV is expected to be launched in the markets by 2017/18, and it will be manufactured at their plant in the US, from where it will be exported around the globe.
After giving a report on India’s top 5 car manufacturers last week, we now present India’s bottom 5 car manufacturers. This list includes Nissan, Volkswagen, Fiat, Skoda and Hindustan Motors – Mitsubishi. Datsun too features in this list, but as it was just launched, we will not include Datsun in this list. The bottom 5 car makers in India have combined market share of less than 5 percent.
Yes, you have read correctly. But wait. Ferrari and a Goods Carriage? Really? How is it possible? How can a Ferrari carry goods? Where is the space? Well it has just been made possible in Arlington, Virginia, USA.
Once upon a time it was the humble good old Ambassador that was the most preferred vehicle for the political class in India. But, today it is products from more exclusive brands such as Mercedes Benz, BMW and Audi that appeal to Indian politicians.