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According to the German carmaker, this technologically advanced coupe is not just a stunning car but a vehicle that’s highly intelligent.
In June last year, Siddaramaiah was in the eye of a controversy after the then minister K J George allegedly gifted him a Toyota Land Cruiser with fuel coupons for a year.
The top five manufacturers of luxury vehicles in the Indian market jointly clocked sales to the tune of 40,340 units in 2018 compared to 38,989 units sold in 2017, a growth of 3.4 per cent.
There is an option to fit hub locks on the front axles that aid in reducing stress while driving in 2WD mode
Although electric vehicles are being already talked about as a futuristic option for India, considering increasing pollution that many of its cities were facing.
No wonder then that millennials and Gen Z are increasingly using these services. Sunil Gupta, Managing Director and CEO of Avis India, concurs.
The third generation CLS is powered by a new two-litre BS VI compliant diesel engine with power of 180 kw, the company said in a statement.
The Austrian boss told reporters late Saturday in Texas that he did not have a pre-meditated plan for the race in which four-time champion Hamilton needs to outscore Sebastian Vettel by eight points.
Russell is the reserve driver for Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes team this year and is on the brink of securing the Formula Two championship, the feeder series to F1.
Valtteri Bottas held off Max Verstappen to take second almost 13 seconds behind Hamilton in a breathless 53-lap race at the fast-flowing Japanese circuit.
The model comes powered by a 4-litre V8 biturbo diesel engine that generates 585 hp of power. It can attain 100 km/h from standstill in 4.5 seconds and achieve a top speed of 220 km/h.
It was Hamilton's third win in Russia, his fifth in six races and the 70th of his career, confirming he has the momentum to clinch a fifth title triumph with five races remaining.
Gifts to the employees are offered on the basis of their performance and long-term association, says Dholakia.
Earlier this month, Honda Cars India said it may have to go for yet another price hike due to the falling rupee.
In the current scenario with no policy, no framework, no incentives and clearly higher cost, the company do not yet see a viable business case for EVs.