1. Yes, the famous brand Toyota has added a special edition variant of the Fortuner to its line-up named TRD Celebratory Edition at a price of Rs 33.85 lakh. But it has a slight limitation as it is only available only with the 2.8-litre diesel engine and six-speed automatic transmission in 4×2 configuration, the new variant celebrates 10 years of the Fortuner in India, and is Rs 2.15 lakh more expensive than the standard Fortuner 2.8D 4×2 AT. Over the last decade, Toyota has sold close to 1.6 lakh units of the Fortuner in India, but the TRD Sportivo variant was first introduced on the current generation of the Fortuner back in 2017.
2. Tata has introduced a brand new extended guarantee package for its Harrier SUV priced at Rs 25,960. referred to as the Pentacare guarantee Package, the package gets consumers associate degree extension on the Harrier’s guarantee cowl to five years with no limit on mileage. The package will be bought by customers up to ninety days once the purchase of their vehicle.
3. The Volkswagen Group’s India arm is working to bring four new models to our market under the company’s India 2.0 strategy. Two of those are brand-new midsize SUVs the India-spec Volkswagen T-Cross and a brand-new Skoda midsize SUV the third is VW’s Vento replacement, while Skoda’s new sedan primed as a replacement for the ageing Rapid – will be the fourth model. Bernhard Maier, the CEO, Skoda Auto, said a notchback is being readied for the Indian market. It’s set to follow the launch of the midsize SUV which will take place in 2020, and initial feedback from customer clinics has been positive.