Home Four wheelers oi-Rahul Nagaraj By Rahul Nagaraj Updated: Saturday, February 27, 2021, 17:28 [IST] The results for one of the most prestigious car awards in the country are out - the Indian Car of the Year 2021. Among the nine contenders on the list, the Hyundai i20 has come out on top to win by a close margin. The Hyundai i20 premium hatchback is now the winner of the Indian Car of the Year 2021 (ICOTY). The hatchback which was launched late last year, beat the likes of the Kia Sonet and the Mahindra Thar to secure the win, registering 104 points in total. The Kia Sonet came in second with 91 points, while the Mahindra Thar completed the podium positions in third with 78 points, respectively. The voting process involves each jury member carrying 25 points. The points are distributed among the top-five shortlisted models, with each jury member announcing their winner for each category, the results of which are … [Read more...] about ICOTY 2021: Third-Generation Hyundai i20 Wins The 2021 Indian Car Of The Year Award
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But there won't be an Escalade Blackwing. It's safe to say that the new Cadillac Blackwing models are the pride and joy of the American automaker. Both the CT4-V Blackwing and CT5-V Blackwing represent the fastest of the V-Series models and harken back to the motorsport heritage of the marque. In fact, the CT5-V Blackwing is the most powerful Cadillac ever, showcasing the extent of what the carmaker can do. But Cadillac isn't stopping there – at least according to Cadillac Chief Engineer Tony Roma in an interview with GM Authority . Roma said that there's more to come, although he's a bit careful in divulging details. Gallery: 2022 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing 11 Photos Roma pointed out that there's indeed a V-Series lineup expansion. "You’re going to see more of that in the future. We’re going to do more V-Series. It’s important to our brand and you’ll see … [Read more...] about Cadillac Planning Other Blackwing, V-Series Performance Cars
Home Four wheelers oi-Promeet Ghosh By Promeet Ghosh Updated: Saturday, February 27, 2021, 22:21 [IST] Maruti Suzuki recently launched the 2021 Swift facelift in the Indian market. The new (2021) Maruti Suzuki Swift facelift is offered with a starting price of Rs 5.73 lakh, ex-showroom (Delhi). The facelift version of the hatchback now comes with several cosmetic updates, subtle revisions to the interiors and a new petrol engine as well. However, according to a Youtube Video shot by Ujjwal Saxena, we can get to see a complete walkaround of the new Swift that has arrived at the dealership. Starting off with the exterior changes, the new Swift facelift now comes with an updated front grille. It now features a honeycomb mesh with a strip of chrome running along its centre. The updated hatchback has a number of other subtle nips and tucks all around to give the hatchback a fresh look. Another change is the addition of … [Read more...] about 2021 Maruti Suzuki Swift Starts Arriving At Dealerships: Read More To Find Out!
O’Ward, who completed his first full IndyCar season in 2020 and finished fourth in the championship, will run an updated version of the orange-and-black livery seen on both full-season cars last year, with team partner Arrow prominent on the black sidepods. However, the #7 car of new arrival Rosenqvist – entering his third IndyCar season and now with a win to his name – will run blue on the sidepods, in front of the cockpit and the front wings, with Vuse (digital vapor e-cigarettes) as the prominent sponsor. Last year, the #7 and #5 were distinguishable just by the former’s blue wing endplates. Speaking ahead of the public launch Friday morning, Rosenqvist said: “I think both cars look amazing – although I obviously think my one looks the best. “I really like how they kept it clean and pretty similar to last year but now you can separate the two cars. That’s something that the fans asked for and it’s also easier for our spotters, to relate to a specific car.” … [Read more...] about Arrow McLaren SP reveals dual liveries for 2021 IndyCar season
F1 is currently evaluating the introduction of sprint races on the Saturday of three events this year, running a 100km race that would set the grid for the Sunday grand prix. The plan received “broad support” from teams at the latest F1 Commission meeting, with further details currently being outlined by a working group. Officials have identified races in Canada, Italy and Brazil as being the trial events for sprint races in 2021. The proposals have received lukewarm support from drivers so far, with Red Bull duo Verstappen and Perez becoming the latest drivers to air their uncertainty over the idea. Read Also: Perez can see why drivers struggled to adapt to Red Bull F1 car Verstappen: Hard to judge Red Bull progress after F1 shakedown run Perez previously experienced a sprint race when he was racing in GP2 in 2010, and although he was open to the plan for F1, he stressed the importance of protecting the series’ DNA. “I just think we’ve got to be … [Read more...] about Verstappen and Perez unsure F1 needs ‘risky’ sprint races