The Alcazar will be offered with 2.0-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engine options. Hyundai has also made some changes to the suspension setup of the car. Hyundai has revealed more details of the upcoming Alcazar 7-seater SUV. The Alcazar shares its underpinnings with the Creta. The SUV’s front fascia looks
Proton today launched the new X50, which is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated cars of 2020. With four variants available and pricing from RM79,200 to RM103,300, there’s quite a lot of appeal to be had here given the specifications on show. So, how does the X50 stack up against
For years, you were buying a Tesla because it was a Tesla. For most of the company’s history, it had only one model to sell at a time. That changed with the introduction of the Tesla Model X SUV. You had choices, but it was either large sedan or large
Remember when it was announced that the Geely Boyue Pro was to be sold in the Philippines as the Geely Azkarra? Well, now the company has revealed full specifications, equipment and pricing for the SUV, which will be launched on May 30 in an online-only event (the car was due
Thanks to BHPian RavenAvi for sharing this information with other enthusiasts! More details of the Tiago facelift have leaked. It car will be offered in 4 variants – XE, XT, XZ and ZX+. Automatic transmission will be offered on the top two trims. In the XE trim, features like body
When it comes to luxury goods, bigger is always considered “better”—after all, you don’t see the super-rich buying up tiny homes, flaunting microscopic diamonds, or sailing in dinghies. Luxury cars and SUVs often have the same problem. A big, imposing Audi Q8 can be considered properly luxurious, whereas the little
Tata Motors has released the detailed specifications of the upcoming Altroz hatchback. The new Altroz measures 3,990 mm in length, 1,755 mm in width, 1,523 mm in height and has a wheelbase of 2,501 mm. The car has a ground clearance of 165 mm. It comes with a 37-litre fuel
Toyota to use 50-100 kWh battery packs to achieve a range of 186-372 miles (300-600 km) depending on the model. Toyota is working on a new dedicated platform for all-electric cars, called e-TNGA (from electric Toyota New Global Architecture), which might be considered as a similar approach to Volkswagen Group’s MEB.