Returning from his Monaco base, Walkinshaw jetted into Sydney today where he'll spend the next two weeks serving the hotel quarantine sentence required for all new arrivals to Australia. He'll then make his return to the Supercars paddock at the Winton round later this month. "It's aways awesome to have Ryan around," WAU team principal Bruce Stewart told Motorsport.com. "He's a huge driver and personality for the team. We love having the boss here and we look forward to having him back for Winton." Walkinshaw generally splits his time between his home in Monaco and Melbourne, where his Walkinshaw Group business is headquartered. However he spent most of 2020 down under as he helped the business, which includes the Walkinshaw Andretti United squad, navigate the global health crisis. Walkinshaw then returned to Europe late last year before contracting COVID-19 in February . He survived an uncomfortable symptomatic bout of the virus that landed him in hospital … [Read more...] about Walkinshaw returns to Australia
Home Four wheelers oi-Promeet Ghosh By Promeet Ghosh Published: Friday, May 7, 2021, 11:05 [IST] Earlier this year, Skoda globally unveiled its all-new Kushaq SUV in India. The new Skoda Kushaq is the brand's first product to be part of the 'India 2.0 Project'. The SUV also debut's Volkswagen Group's MQB A0 IN platform, developed specifically for the Indian market. However, according to the latest report by Rushlane , the Kushaq has been spotted testing in Khopoli in Maharashtra. As seen in the spy images, the SUV is without any wraps. The new Skoda Kushaq is based on the brand's VISION IN concept SUV, first showcased at the Auto Expo 2020. Also, this could be a mid-variant of the SUV as a smaller touchscreen has been spotted on the Kushaq. Coming to the design of the new Skoda Kushaq, the SUV features the brand's latest design philosophy. It comes with sharp and aggressive styling elements all around. The front … [Read more...] about Skoda Kushaq And Volkswagen Taigun Spied Testing Together: Here’s Everything You Need To know!
Home Four wheelers oi-Punith Bharadwaj By Punith Bharadwaj Published: Friday, May 7, 2021, 9:47 [IST] Maruti Suzuki Jimny is the most anticipated launch in the Indian automotive space. The arrival of the compact off-road SUV is highly speculated with rumours pouring regularly. The buzz has been massive so far after it was first showcased in India at the 2020 Auto Expo. According to the recent report from ICN , the company is now expected to launch the Jimny off-road SUV sometime in July 2022. Ahead of its launch, Maruti Suzuki is expected to showcase the production-ready version of the Jimny 5-door SUV at the 2022 Auto Expo next year. At the time of the showcase, the company could unveil both the three-door and the five-door version of the Jimny SUV. Maruti Suzuki is said to be working on a longer 5-door version of the Jimny to suit the Indian buyers. Initially, the company scrapped the reports of Jimny … [Read more...] about Maruti Suzuki Jimny India Launch Timeline Revealed: Expected To Arrive Next Year!
Carbon fiber all the things. Controversial tuner Mansory has been keeping itself quite busy in recent months with lots of tuning projects. The Portofino is their third customized Ferrari this year, following wild makeovers for the F8 Tributo and 812 GTS released earlier in 2021. The German aftermarket specialist is particularly proud of the retractable hardtop, now made entirely out of forged carbon. Numerous body add-ons feature the same lightweight construction and you can see these upgrades from just about every angle. The front apron and hood air vents utilize forged carbon, much like the side skirts and mirror caps. Even the pillars and door handles follow this theme, which continues at the back for the subtle lid spoiler and the not-so-subtle apron. Gallery: Ferrari Portofino tuning by Mansory 9 Photos Rounding off the changes on the outside are the … [Read more...] about Mansory Shows The Ferrari Portofino Its Wild Side
It was at the dealer for a faulty backup camera. The relationship between a customer and a dealer is a very fragile thing. Every little mistake by the salespeople or the service center can damage the client’s trust, and can ultimately force him to switch to another brand. It’s probably safe to say Frank Statti, a Nissan Altima owner from Canada, won’t be buying a new Nissan in the future, or at least, he won’t be buying it from the same dealer. The backup camera of his 2017 Altima was faulty and he called the dealer, who said he needed to keep the car for a couple of days. Prior to driving the sedan to the dealer, however, he agreed to let his insurance company install a device to monitor his driving. This device also gave him access to a mobile app that tracks the car remotely and gives him information about its location. Gallery: 2019 Nissan Altima: First Drive 19 Photos … [Read more...] about Nissan Altima Owner Discovers Dealer Drove It For 56 Miles