Toyota Innova Crysta: Toyota has launched the BS6 version of its popular Innova Crysta but sadly, you won’t get the more powerful 2.8-litre diesel engine anymore. Instead, it will soldier on with the 2.4-litre diesel and 2.7-litre petrol engines, both
This post was previously published in an earlier edition of Drive Time. How relevant are auto shows to today’s digital-driven consumer? Automakers like Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Audi are among those pondering this question, and Mercedes-Benz is reportedly pulling out of the
NEW DELHI : Despite a double-digit decline in automobile sales across categories, automakers have decided to unveil more than 50 new vehicles in the upcoming Auto Expo, starting 5 February. The biennial show will, for the first time, host 15-20 mobility startups, said
Americans’ love affair with SUVs and crossovers continues unabated, and the vehicles dominated the debuts at 2019 LA Auto Show. But as a sign of the times, many boasted a battery pack and some form of e-mobility option. And among
Over the last several months, Buick has been debuting new SUV models set for the Chinese market. Buick then showcased its SUV lineup at the 2019 Guangzhou Auto Show. New in the U.S.: 2020 Buick Enclave A general overview of the models
Kia Motors has showcased the Seltos at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show. The SUV will be reportedly launched in the United States of America in 2020 and occupy the space between the already available Kia Soul and Kia Sportage.
The Tokyo Motor Show is always surprising. This is in part because it is the host to a panoply of innovative production and conceptual vehicles from regional automakers. But it’s also because so many of the cars and trucks and
TOKYO — Glitzy girl J-pop groups, esports tournaments, drone racing, drifting demos and even a cross-dressing celebrity endorsement. Japan seeks to thwart the downward spiral of global auto shows by making its own flagship event, well, less of an auto
The headlines are dire. “Frankfurt show’s visitor plunge could mean its end” intoned a recent article in Automotive News Europe. ANE Correspondent Christiaan Hetzner led off the story by pulling no punches. “ The Frankfurt auto show is doomed,” he wrote.