Current week of September is one of most important this year, with 6 car launches lined up. Auto industry is so busy this week mainly because this is an auspicious time for buyers to purchase new cars.
Volkswagen Vento facelift will be launched on 24th September 2014, about a week before Skoda launches upgraded Rapid. Common denominators are slightly refreshed styling and first time DSG automatic transmission in diesel variant.
2014 Volkswagen Polo facelift version was recently launched with subtle renovation to the front fascia and minor touch ups all around. Succeeding which will be 2016 VW Polo, with extensive upgrade to the overall character.
Back in April this year, the news was revealed that Volkswagen is planning to set up its first car plant in Thailand. Now, a German magazine reveals that this new Thailand plant will be built at an investment of â‚¬1 billion (Rs 7,797 cr or $ 1.29 billion).
Volkswagen is keen to enhance its foothold in India and grab a significant share of market space. With this aim in mind, the company has plans to overhaul their current portfolio which includes the Polo and Vento. After recently introducing the Polo facelift, the company has now turned its attention to the Vento facelift which has been spied on test, signalling an upcoming launch.
German automakers, Volkswagen have just launched facelifted version of Polo hatchback and Vento sedan in India. Keen to enhance customer relations even further, the company has also introduced a new smartphone app to offer vital information to both existing and newÂ customers.
September is going to be exhilarating with an average of two car launches per week, starting premium sedan segment to drool-worthy super car space. Here is a brief info on all cars that are confirmed / expected to launch this month, in the order of price.
Leading automakers in India with a prominent presence in the state of Maharashtra have planned fresh investments in their various facilities just ahead of the Assembly Elections. The Government of Maharashtra has signed four agreements with four leading automakers to the tune of INR 11,510 crores.