Vitara Brezza AND Creta
Auto Expo 2020 continued to introduce new trains on Thursday. Maruti Suzuki launches a facelift version of its compact SUV Vitara Brezza.
- The 1.5-liter BS6 petrol engine
- 103 bhp
- 138 Nm of torque.
- 5-speed manual
- 7-inch touchscreen
The important thing is that this time it also has a 1.5-liter BS6 petrol engine. It generates 103 bhp of power and 138 Nm of torque.
In addition to the 5-speed manual, there is also the option of automatic transmission. Its price will be announced by the end of this month. It has a new 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system.
It comes with live traffic updates, voice recognition, vehicle alerts, and online content.
Hyundai also removed the curtain from its new Creta. Bollywood king Shah Rukh Khan came to present this car.
It has not been launched yet so prices have not been announced nor has it been announced or shown about its features and interior.
Currently very successful, this SUV is now going to be hit hard by Kia Motors compact SUV Celtos. The new Creta will be a smart and connected car and will also get features like Panoramic Sunroof
New companies are constantly stepping into the segment of electric two-wheelers. In this series, on Thursday, new start-up company EeVe introduced an electric bike Tesoro and a scooter Foursetti
Indian company Bird Group has teamed up with China’s big company, Hyma, and the two companies are planning to unload their electric cars in India.
On Thursday, Hyma-Bird also introduced its electric car EV1. The company says the price of this car will be kept below Rs 10 lakh and its range will be around 200 km.
Okinawa also introduced its maxi electric scooter ‘cruiser’.
The company claims that this scooter will be able to run up to 120 km in full charge once. With the help of a high-speed charger, it can be charged in 2-3 hours and it can
Bosch’s focus on BS-6, new solutions show
car parts company, has tied up with OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) to develop future mobility solutions so that the engine of the vehicles will be BS-4 BS-6 can be easily changed.
The company also showcased its new solutions for the Indian automotive sector on Thursday.
These include integrated systems for light electric vehicles, electronic engine management systems, electronic battery sensors, etc. All these solutions will be useful in the future.
For example, the electronic battery sensor will give the status of the acid battery used in the vehicle. That is to say, there is no shortage in it.
Saumitra Bhattacharya, the company’s managing director in India, said that the future of mobility in India is clean and safe for the environment.