Hot 5 Car Trends Serving Innumerable Purposes

By SiliconIndia   |   Friday, 29 April 2016, 05:54 Hrs
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BENGALURU: Automakers in the past offered numerous customizable options for users, serving innumerable purposes. Today, the recent technological advancements in the global automotive industry have transformed vehicle designs, catering to the modern user’s requirements. Here are 5 hot trends taking over the Indian car market:



Sport Variants of Regular Cars:





To ensure a sophisticated driving experience, several automobile industries are bringing in car trends with increased fuel efficiency, irrespective of the speed. For enthusiasts, who drive a lot, Volkswagen Polo gets a 7 speed twin clutch gearbox and GT TDI variant that puts out 103 Bhp-250 Nm from a 1.5 liter turbo diesel motor. Implementing these advanced features, many top automotive companies are also introducing sporty cars such as: Fiat’s Punto Abarth, Fiat Linea 125S, and the Avventura Urban Cross. Maruti’s Baleno RS, and Tata’s Bolt.



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