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Quest ontheFrontier
25 Mar 2018

Rumour: MG's first SUV to use Jeep's 2.0L diesel engine

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MG Motor India is gearing up to launch its first SUV in 2019. While the carmaker hasn't confirmed the exact model, rumours suggest that it is likely to be the ZS or GS. Further, it has been reported... Read More

Rumour: Ford C-segment SUV to be based on Mahindra platform

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In September 2017, Mahindra and Ford had announced a strategic partnership for the development of new products. A recent media report suggests that Ford is planning a C-segment SUV that will be... Read More

MG Motor to invest Rs. 5,000 crore in India by 2025

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MG Motor has invested Rs. 2,000 crore in its Indian operations till date. The SAIC-owned brand plans to add another Rs. 3,000 crore by 2025. According to a media report, the fresh investment will be... Read More

Hyundai aims to sell 50 units of Kona EV per year in India

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Hyundai plans to launch its first electric vehicle (EV) in India in 2019. Its first electric offering will be the Kona SUV, which will be imported via the completely knocked down (CKD) route.... Read More

20 year old CVs to be deregistered from April 1, 2020

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The government has decided to deregister commercial vehicles (CVs) that are more than 20 years old from April 1, 2020. As part of the new vehicle scrapping policy, CVs will have a 20-year age... Read More

Ford teases Mustang Shelby GT500, reveals 2020 plan

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Earlier this year, Ford had released a teaser video of the Mustang Shelby GT500. Now, the American company has shared a teaser image of the car.The Mustang Shelby GT500 gets a large hexagonal... Read More

Tesla aftermarket supplier EVannex develops new products for Model 3

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South Florida-based EVannex represents a classic all-American tech startup story. Founder Roger Pressman is an engineer who’s been fascinated by EVs since the bad old days of GM’s EV1. When... Read More

VW secures battery supplies to support major EV expansion

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Volkswagen says it has lined up 20 billion euros ($25 billion) worth of battery supplies to support a significant increase in EV production over the next few years. The world’s largest automaker... Read More