Audi takes one more step forward into electric mobility launches three new electric SUVs in India. Audi enters the EV space in India with the launch of its luxury electric SUV, the e-tron, which is available in two body styles – e-tron and e-tron Sportback. The e-tron is available in e-tron 50 and e-tron 55 variants, the e-tron Sportback has a single e-tron 55 variants.
BMW says that the 3 series is the best drivers car, Mercedes says that the c class is the most comfortable car, Audi says that the a4 is the most tech-packed car, jaguar says that the XE is a more exclusive car, in the segment that they operate in. But what if you are a person, who wants all this in one car?
The BMW 7 Series is one of the oldest full-size luxury sedans made by the German automaker. It has been in production since 1977 and over six generation, it keeps proving that it has so much to offer with the newest releases of the 7 Series.
The Jaguar XJ is a series of full-size luxury cars produced by the Britian’s Jaguar from 1968, when the first Series 1 cars were built to 2019. It was in production across five generations debuting in 1968, 1986, 1994, 2003 and 2009, going through various updates throughout.
Mercedes-Benz launches their top-end luxury limousine ‘S-Class’ in India. The S-Class is termed as the ‘Best Car in the World’ by critics and media, it represents fascination of the brand.
After announcing a new separate Coachbuilding division, Rolls-Royce has revealed their very first bespoke, ultra-luxurious cabriolet. Under the name ‘Boat Tail’ taken from the models of the 1920s, this one-off RR resembles the J-Class racing yacht’s hull and is said to be priced at approximately £28 Million (around INR 205 crore) making it the world's most expensive car. Rolls-Royce Coachbuild is a return to the very roots of the brand. It represents an opportunity for the select few to participate in every detail of its creation for a truly personal commission of the future automobile.