Weekly News: Renault Triber Launch, Mercedes-AMG GLB 35 revealed & MG ZS EV

It’s officially out now. The Renault Triber price and variants.

The all-new Triber has priced from Rs 4.95 lakh for the base Triber RxE and Rs 6.49 lakh for the top-spec RxZ, this seven-seater beauty is available in a total of four variants. The Renault Triber has finally found quite a competitive tag. Capable of seating seven passengers – there area unit a versatile seat configurations (from 4-7) – the Triber is supposed to require on like-sized hatchbacks like the Maruti Suzuki Wagon R, the Hyundai Grand i10 and therefore the Ford Figo. The Triber is out there in four variants with a tag starting from Rs 4.95 large integer to Rs 6.49 lakh, although there’s simply the one engine-gearbox choice accessible for currently – a 72hp, 1.0-liter gasoline engine, and 5-speed manual shell. while not more bustle, here area unit a number of the options you get with every variant of the Renault Triber.

Mercedes-AMG GLB 35 revealed ahead of Frankfurt debut.

Mercedes-Benz’s AMG performance division has added to its aggressive tiny automotive line-up with the revealing of the new GLB 35 4Matic.
Scheduled to create its public debut at the coming city motor show, the new SUV is that the fourth AMG model to receive the 35 treatment, following the recently introduced A 35 4Matic hatchback, A 35 4Matic sedan and CLA 35 4Matic automobile. It’s conjointly the primary model with AMG’s 35 badging, to supply the choice of a five- and seven-seat interior layout.
Like its stablemates, it is powered by AN AMG fettled version of parent company Mercedes-Benz’s M270 engine. The turbocharged a pair of 2.0-liter four-cylinder gasoline unit delivers 306hp at five,800rpm and 400Nm of force between three,000-4,000rpm.


MG ZS EV will be launched In early 2020

The Morris Garages created its debut within the domestic market with the launch of the Hector midsize SUV, that despite a downswing within the business, managed to garner a robust response from the Indian lots. Building on its success, MG had ab initio planned on introducing its maiden electrical vehicle, the ZS EV, in the Asian nation by end-2019. However, as per a recent communication from the corporate, the market launch of the all-electric SUV has been pushed back and is currently slated for early 2020.

Furthermore, MG Motor recognizes the shortage of a sturdy charging infrastructure together of the most impediments to the widespread adoption of electrical vehicles in the Asian nation. thereto impact, the automaker recently proclaimed that it’ll be collaborating with the domestic arm of Delta physics, a Thailand-based major known for its experience in power physics and automation, for the installation of AC chargers at non-public vehicle parking locations like homes and offices.

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