This week’s top car news Tata Curvv unveils VW Polo Legend Edition, newly launched Kia SUVs and more
There have been a number of important launches in the past week Volkswagen and kiabut the highlight was a concept electric vehicle (EV) out Tata Motors break cover. We also interviewed the CEO of Tata Motors and Tata Electric Mobility to get a better look at the automaker’s EV plans.
For all the details and information you may have missed last week, here’s a rundown of all of our top news:
Tata Curvv Concept electric SUV unveiled:
That The Tata Curvv concept vehicle was unveiled this week as a preview of the automaker’s upcoming 2024 electric SUV. It’s a coupe SUV with Tata’s new minimalist design language. It features uniquely designed interiors and is said to promise a range of 400-500 km. We also had the opportunity to interview Shailesh Chandra, Managing Director of Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles and Tata Passenger Electric Mobility, about the electric vehicle automaker’s prospects in India.
For brevity, here is a list with links to all of our stories from the past week about the curvature Tata Concept EV:
Volkswagen Polo Legend Edition launched:
The VW Polo has been an enthusiast’s favorite for over a decade since its introduction in India in 2009. VW launched the Polo Legend Edition earlier this week as the limited, final iteration of the hatchback in the country. Later in the week, the automaker announced that production of the fifth-generation Polo had ended.
Kia Seltos and Sonet refreshed for 2022:
Korean automaker Kia has beefed up the safety features of its lower specification Seltos and So nice SUVs. Each of the two SUVs has also received a variant redesign, new colors and updates to the equipment list. You can find out all about the changes in the 2022 Kia SUVs here.
BMW i4 gets an unveiling date:
That The BMW i4 is about to make its debut in India later in April. It is the automaker’s third all-electric vehicle after the iX off-road vehicle Mini Cooper SE hatchback. Though likely to be an expensive EV, it will open up a new EV market niche in India – luxury electric sedans.
Honda City Hybrid bookings start:
That Honda City Hybrid is launched as the first fully electrified model from the Japanese carmaker in India. That city hybrid has a self-charging, powerful hybrid drive with a 109 hp electric motor. The hybrid sedan can now be booked and can even be used as a purely electric vehicle for short journeys.
Tata Nexon EV starts around the corner:
That Tata Nexon EV will be available soon an increase in range thanks to a new battery with a larger capacity. We expect that too Nexon EV updated with new features like ventilated seats, rear disc brakes, IRVM auto-dimming cruise control and more.
Maruti Suzuki Ertiga teased:
can you already Book the Maruti Ertiga 2022 MPV on the car manufacturer‘s website or at a dealership. It’s expected to get a few more features over the previous model, but more importantly, it’s expected to be powered by a new engine. maruti is new more efficient K15C petrol engine should make its debut in the country with the facelift Ertiga.
After a three-year hiatus, the The Geneva Motor Show (GIMS) is coming back next year in February! In China, the automobile giant BYD has stopped producing ICE Vehicles in favor of plug-in hybrids and all-electric models. Meanwhile, American automakers General Motors and Honda have announced this that together they will develop a new common all-electric platform for future electric vehicles.