Have you been living under a rock for the past week and missed all your automotive dope? Don’t worry, we’ve rounded up the top seven four-wheeler news that topped the charts over the past week.
Nissan unveiled three global SUVs
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Nissan presented three of its global products in India: the Juke, Qashqai and X-Trail SUVs. The Qashqai and X-Trail will initially be examined and will be launched depending on their evaluation. However, the Juke was for display purposes only.
Prices Skoda Kushaq Anniversary Edition leaked revealed
We were the first source the Kushaq Anniversary Edition prices even before it was announced by Skoda. It’s based on the one-below-top Style trim and gets a few cosmetic improvements, along with a host of accessories that will be offered by the dealer. And there is one important feature that has also been reintroduced; all part of the special edition.
Toyota Innova Hycross inches closer to debut
The next generation Toyota Innova Hycross will break the cover in November. It differs from what has been the strength of the MPV all those years. Go to our story to know what that is, along with other details about the MPV.
Jeep Grand Cherokee makes its way to India
Jeep’s flagship SUV, the Grand Cherokee, will make its way to India in November as a fully demolished (CKD) model, with assembly at the automaker’s plant in Ranjangaon. Find out when it launches here. It will be brought in its latest avatar, and to know more about the SUV, go to our detailed reveal story.
Mercedes-EQ EQE electric SUV unveiled
The Mercedes EQE electric SUV is the latest entrant to the Mercedes electric lineup and sits right in between the EQC and EQS SUVs. It also gets a 687 hp AMG derivative, making it not only the first electric SUV to bear the AMG emblem, but also the most powerful AMG SUV to date.
Porsche 911 series gets a new addition
Porsche has brought back the Carrera T for this generation 911 with the same recipe as before: taking the base 911 and giving it a few performance upgrades and weight-saving techniques. It fits exactly between the base 911 and 911 Carrera S. Check out our piece to learn more about the latest 911.
Rolls-Royce Specter unveiled
Rolls-Royce has gone and fulfilled its founder’s prophecy that electric cars were held in high esteem by unveils its first-ever electric vehicle, the Spectre. It retains the brand’s design signature with the largest grille ever to accompany the spirit of ecstasy, and has a very aesthetically pleasing silhouette. The details of the powertrain have been kept secret and will be announced closer to the global launch.