• Luxury

    Supercars to be launched in 2018

    The year 2017 was a good one as far as the advent of supercars is concerned. There were some lip-smacking monikers that made their Indian debut- the Porsche 911 GT3, Ferrari GTC4Lusso, Lamborghini Huracan Performante, Porsche 718 and the Jaguar F-Type SVR to name a few. Now, over to the next year as we prepare an even grander spectacle of fire-breathing monsters to grace our…

  • Hybrid

    India-bound Skoda Kodiaq: 10 things to know

    If you remember the Skoda Vision S concept car from the Geneva Motor Show in March this year, you’ll undoubtedly know that it previews a production SUV, called the Skoda Kodiaq, that’s coming rather soon. In fact, it will show its production-ready form as soon as the upcoming Paris Motor Show in October this year….

  • BreakingNews

    Range Rover Sport Coupe Details Revealed

    JLR is all set to mark an entry into the SUV-coupé market with its new Range Rover Sport Coupe, which could also be featuring the brand’s upcoming electric drivetrain Jaguar Land Rover(JLR) is expected to launch the Range Rover Sport Coupe, which will be its first ever road-biased model, by next year. With the introduction…

  • British

    Porsche 718 Boxster and Cayman Launching This Year

    The nimble two-door sports car gets a new name and new engines! Porsche’s entry-level sports cars swapped their hallmark flat-six motors for turbocharged four-cylinders and a new 718 tag, in December 2015. That said, the cars still retain the reputation of being amongst the most driver-focussed cars for the enthusiast. The (loaded) enthusiast in India…

  • Hybrid

    Fifteen new Mclaren models by 2022

    McLaren will double its turnover, invest £1 billion (around Rs 8,900 crore) on R&D and launch 15 new models — one is understood to be the new F1 replacement — over the next six years. Revealed at Geneva motor show earlier this year, the strategy is dubbed Track22 because it stretches to 2022. The 15…

  • Hybrid

    Mclaren to reinvent iconic F1 with new GT car

    The McLaren F1 will be reinvented before the turn of the decade in a project made possible by the bespoke skills of the firm’s Special Operations division. The all-new, limited-edition car will pay homage to the iconic F1 and include many of its standout design features, including the three-seat layout, powered dihedral doors with openings…