Tuesday, 30 August 2016

JLR?'s Profits Plummet Drastically Post Brexit

Range Rover Sport SVR

The Brexit has been on the focal point of various political discussions around the globe regarding its impact on the local and global economy. The act of Britain leaving the European Union had mixed reactions. It also forced several inevitable and immediate effects to follow, with the most remarkable one being the drop in the value of British pound. The fall in its currency led to an adverse effect on the country's industries, with the biggest ones being affected the most. It is now being reported that the largest automaker of the country, Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), has registered a drastic 37 per cent fall in its profit in the April-June period of this year.

The damages have been caused due to the foreign exchange losses, which are explained as a result of the fall in the value of the British currency and parts import. Interestingly, Jaguar Land Rover has sold more number of vehicles in the said period compared to last year's. The company posted 16 per cent increase in its global sales this year by retailing 1,32,700 cars in the three-month period (April-May-June).

Parent company Tata has taken the brunt of the massive dip in the profits, but reports suggest that it will only be temporary. The company registered profit before tax of andpound;399 million (close to Rs 3,504 crore) for the April-July period this year as opposed to the andpound;638 million (approximately Rs 5,602 crore) in the same period last year.

Jaguar Land Rover contributes to a major chunk of Tata Motors's profit and the Brexit has caused some substantial damage to the company. However, according to people familiar with the matter, it is expected to be resolved when new trade treaties are signed with the rest of the EU countries, which could bring down the foreign exchange impact.




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Skoda Teases Kodiaq Interiors

Skoda is leaving no stone unturned in creating a buzz for the upcoming Kodiaq SUV. The Czech automaker had previously teased glimpses of the SUV's exterior, and has now dropped some more teasers - of the interiors this time - just a day prior to its global unveil. Let's take a quick walkthrough to see what's on offer.

Just like the exteriors, there's an evident crystalline design theme here as well. First glimpses reveal that the dashboard carries an extremely functional layout, with a large central screen. The design is in line with what we have seen on Skodas recently, including the Superb and the Octavia. It is predominantly black, with large gloss-black accent pieces on the doors and the dash.

Skoda Kodiaq Infotainment

As expected, the features endowed on the Kodiaq seem to be shared with its sedan sibling. Features include a multi-function steering wheel, three-zone climate control (featuring a separate zone for the second and third-row occupants), ambient lighting and leather upholstery as well. It also gets ventilated seats for the driver and co-passenger and a touchscreen infotainment unit with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Skoda's MirrorLink tech. The system is paired to a Canton audio system, which we believe could be the 12-speaker setup borrowed from the Superb.

Skoda Kodiaq Second Row

Skoda showed off the practical side of the Kodiaq as well. The SUV features three rows of seating. What's interesting to note is that the third-row gets a 50:50 split and the second row gets a 40:20:40 split. We think this adds a lot of versatility to the big Czech. Skoda had pointed out that the bootspace is close to 2000 litres with the last two rows tucked away. Smaller details we managed to spot include a 12V socket, a 3-point seatbelt for the third-row occupants, and that the third-row folds flat to the floor.

Skoda Kodiaq Boot

The Kodiaq will debut on September 1, 2016. The SUV is very much a plan of Skoda India's strategy for 2017, so expect to see one in the neighborhood Skoda showroom in a while. For our markets, the Czech automaker is likely to consider the tried-and-tested 177PS 2.0-litre diesel engine, and have optional 4x4 as well. When launched, the Kodiaq will lock horns with the Toyota Fortuner, Chevrolet Trailblazer and the Ford Endeavour. It is an uphill battle, but the Skoda sure seems decked out for the job




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Hyundai Elantra: First Drive Review

Hyundai Elantra : Action Pic

So, why would you bother launching a new model in a segment which isn't growing much and there are already a bunch of established player protecting their turf? andndash; was the obvious question I threw at Rakesh Srivastava - Sr. Vice President (Sales andamp; Marketing) at Hyundai Motor India. Excited, he replied that Hyundai is very happy with its leadership position among cars under Rs 10 lakh, and, more recently, even in the Rs 10-15 lakh segment, with the popularity of the Hyundai Creta compact SUV.

Now the Korean auto major is look at capturing the Rs 15-20 lakh segment with the new Elantra, the car we are driving today, and the soon-to-be-launched Hyundai Tuscon SUV. Though currently the executive sedan segment is stagnant at about 1,000 units a month, we're sure that the new Hyundai Elantra will add some excitement and might even increase the size of the segment marginally.

The fifth generation Hyundai Elantra had made quite an impact when it was launched in India about half a decade ago, becoming the top-seller in its segment for the first 12 months The run continued till Toyota launched its global blockbuster, the new Corolla Altis, which knocked off the aging Elantra and grabbed a major chuck of the segment's pie, while the Skoda Octavia, Volkswagen Jetta and, to a certain extent, even the Chevrolet Cruze grappled on the remaining bits. And, as you might have guessed, with the sixth generation car Elantra Hyundai hope to not just repeat history but boost the segment and increase it by a couple of hundred more units.

Hyundai Elantra: Static

Design:

This, mind you, is not a facelift but a completely new car. And a lot has changed both on the skin and deep underneath. A far cry from the previous generation's flowing lines and larger proportions, the new Elantra looks pretty understated. The designers have toned down the Korean flare to a more simplistic, understated appearance. The headlight, especially with the DRLs on, and the large, chrome hexagonal grill look very European. The proportions seem to be more compact now, mainly due to the drooping roof line and the way its C-pillars merge into the boot. This makes the profile very coupe-like and almost sporty and helps achieve an aerodynamic design.

Hyundai Elantra: Rear Static

Other bits that add to the character are the shark-fin antenna; a single, prominent shoulder line; and boomerang shaped housing for the projector fog-lamp which not only creates an air curtain around the wheels but also help in cooling the disc brakes. That said, the company hasn't completely done away with bling. You do get a sleek chrome strip on the window-line and chrome finished door handles. Another aspect that will attract your attention is the new design of the LED tail lamp, that look spectacular in the dark. But we would've loved to see 17-inch alloy wheels offered as an option, apart from the standard 16-inch wheels which come with eco-friendly Silica tyres.

Hyundai Elantra: Dashboard

Interior:

Like on the outside, the cabin has also transformed in the new Elantra, catering to a more mature car buyer now. The multi-coloured beige-black-silver dashboard with the Fluidic design has been replaced with a classier all-black cabin and a single silver accent dividing the dashboard and a more conventional-looking centre console.

There's soft touch plastic on the top half which gives it a more premium feel and the new 8-inch HD touchscreen is tilted slightly towards the driver. The touch interface has improved a couple of notches from the ones seen on the Hyundai Creta. Like the previous generation Elantra, the new car offers front ventilated seats andndash; a segment first feature which still isn't offered by others here.

Hyundai Elantra: Centre Console

This 4.5-metre long sedan has plenty of room, up front and even at the back. The seats are comfortable and soft, with good all-round bolstering. The driver's seat in higher variants are electrically adjusted which help offer the ideal driving position. Unfortunately, the other front seat is devoid of this feature.

At the back, where the majority of the car owners will be seated in a car such like this, there's no dearth of space and the Elantra can accommodate three with ease. Although you sit pretty low and the coupe-ish roof line reduces the head room and rear glass area, you won't feel claustrophobic. Mainly because the rear window, in spite of being narrow, is quite long and there's also a nice, big sunroof to let light in (sadly it's only in the Automatic variants for now), and the top half of the car is draped in beige fabric in contrast to the back upholstery.

Hyundai Elantra: Rear seats

If there's something that could have been improved, it is the under-thigh support of the rear seats. To make getting in and out of the car easier and to carve out more room the base of the seat seems to have been slightly reduced in size. Thankfully, there's hardly any intrusion from the transmission tunnel on the floor of the car.

Right from the quality of plastic to the design and choice of colours the new Elantra will appeal to a whole new class of car buyers, poaching them from its European counterparts. The fit finish and quality has gone up, though one or two switches and buttons are a shade under its European rivals.

Hyundai Elantra: Engine Bay

Engine:

The new Elantra caters to both gasoline lovers and those who prefer the more economical diesel fuel. Both come with the option of a manual 6-speed or the 6-speed automatic transmission.

First we drove the new 4-cylinder, 2.0-litre petrol motor which is the largest in its segment, but sadly not the most powerful here. The 152PS and 192Nm are put to good use due to its comparatively lighter weight and the linear power delivery. There's no shortage of power, but unlike the sporty Skoda Octavia's 180PS, 1.8-TSI the Elantra feels more relaxed and tuned for cruising effortlessly.

Hyundai Elantra: Front Action Pic

The level of NVH has been improved immensely by applying up to forty times more adhesive to seal-off panels. This is evident as in spite of having no insulation under the bonnet, you can hardly hear the 2.0-litre while idling, making it one of the most refined motors in its class.

Step on the gas and there's no lag and the well-spaced automatic gearbox ensures that it briskly reaches the meaty mid-range. The gear ratios are well spaced and seem to be tuned perfectly for city use, and the motor, when on the boil, does have a nice note. The Elantra can comfortably reach and can maintain the 150kmph mark with ease, but beyond 4,000rpm it does tend to get audible within the cabin.

Hyundai Elantra: Gear Stick

There are a couple of driving modes too -- Eco makes the accelerator sedated as it stretches every drop of the golden fuel. Switching to Sport mode makes the throttle more responsive, but border-lining toward being edgy. There are no steering mounted paddle-shifters, obviously, as it doesn't gel well with the car's tranquil character, but you do get the option of slotting the gear lever to "Manual" mode. This will allow you to hold on to each gear for a bit longer, but the system overrides sharp down-shifts. But the Elantra feels best when driven at relaxed city speeds, without being poked much and letting the AT go about its business seamlessly.

Hyundai Elantra: Rear Action Pic

Then you also get the tried and tested 128PS, 1.6-litre diesel unit which used to power the outgoing car. Not much have changed here, and you get the usual no-nonsense diesel motor, which in its manual avatar returns a slightly improved 22.57kmpl fuel economy. This easily is one of the most refined diesel engines in its segment. The automatic version that we took on a short spin remain mostly unchanged. The gearbox irons out any lag and offers uninterrupted surge of power and without much probing maintains three digit speeds. And going by its history, the 1.6-litre is reliable, refined and efficient andndash; delivering pretty much everything an Elantra owner would ask for.

Hyundai Elantra: Steering Wheel

Features:

Hyundai has spoilt its car buyer by offering the best in class features for all its models across various segments. Apart from the sun-roof, ventilated front seats and 10-way electrically adjustable driver's seat we mentioned above, the features list is breathtaking. So, we'll just be mentioning some more of them here. Up front you get dual zone air-conditioning so the driver and co-passenger can tune the temperature individually. Obviously, there're AC vents for the all-important rear seat occupants also, which did a great job even in the weather Chennai is known for.

Hyundai Elantra: Infotainment Display

A new Arkamys music system is accompanied by six speakers and sounds quite nice, while the large screen infotainment system comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, so that you can connect your smartphone with ease. Not to mention the usual satellite navigation system with voice recognition. There's reverse parking sensors and camera which uses this screen as a display.

The driver's information cluster offers a whole lot of data and now also includes distance to empty gauge, while the leather-wrapped steering, gear lever and seats feel more premium now.

Hyundai Elantra: Smart Trunk feature

Another feature I must talk about is the Smart Trunk. Say, your hands are full with bags and you approach the rear of the Elantra with the car's key in your pocket, the boot lid will pop open automatically in 3 seconds, giving you access to its 458-litre storage sapce. Smart

Then there are small nuances which give a special experience. Like the door handles illuminate when you walk up to the car. Grab it and the doors unlocks. Get in and the wing mirrors unfold. Overall, the new Elantra give you a great ownership feeling with these small touches.

Coming to safety, the new Elantra gets an impressive six airbags (in higher variants), ABS and EBD, along with Electronic Stability Control (ESC) and Hill-Start Assist which prevents the car from rolling back on an inclined road. Now it not just uses more high tensile steel (AHSS) which helps in improving the rigidity of the body and, in turn, the car's dynamics.

Hyundai Elantra: Action Pic

Ride and handling:

This brings us to one of the biggest improvements we experienced in the new Elantra andndash; its ride. I spent a good hour on the back seat, most of it in amazement as my colleague driving the car did everything possible to make me come back to the empty front seat.

At low speeds the car gracefully absorbs bad roads and speed breakers unlike any of its predecessors. And as you go faster and faster over road undulations the new suspension setup and damping system ensures that the car car quickly settles back and doesn't bob around like before. The newly introduced Vehicle Stability Management system further aids this cause. This is a big transformation and a step in the right direct by Hyundai India.

The steering is still light and helps while manoeuvring in the city or parking this 4.5-metre car. It does weigh up a bit as the car gathers speed but, being electrically assisted, it isn't as communicative as some hydraulic steering setup. Apart from this we would have also liked some more bite and better feel from the brakes.

Hyundai Elantra: Rear Action Image

Price:

Finally, everything boils down to price. Hyundai has launched the Elantra at a compelling price, with petrol variants starting at Rs 12.99 lakh and diesel options beginning at Rs 14.79 lakh, ex-showroom Delhi. This makes the base variant Elantra almost Rs 80,000 cheaper than the Toyota Corolla and close to Rs 2.5 lakh less than Skoda Octavia. Even if you compare the top-end petrol automatics the Hyundai costs about Rs 50,000 less than the Corolla VL AT variant and undercuts the Octavia TSI AT by Rs 2.6 lakh.

Hyundai Elantra: Static

Verdict:

The Hyundai Elantra has further improved its value for money proposition, has better quality interiors, added a few more features to its exhaustive list and is now also offered with a new and larger petrol engine. It might not be as engaging to drive as its European counterparts but that's not been this segment's forte anyway. So if you're looking for a large comfortable sedan, with widespread service network and low running costs you might consider dropping by a Hyundai showroom close to your home.




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5 Things You Must Know About Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

Jeep as a brand needs no introduction since it is part of the elite list of the most iconic automotive brands in the world. During its 75th anniversary year, the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles-owned Jeep entered India with two of its models -- the Grand Cherokee and the Wrangler Unlimited. Let's take a closer look at the Wrangler Unlimited and see what's what.

Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

Looks

A simple design with big, burly outlook makes the Wrangler Unlimited a Jeep thoroughbred. On the front, it has the signature design mantra of a slotted grille with round headlights on each side. At the back, the spare wheel is bolted on the tailgate.The tailgate slipts between the rear windshield and the door. One can remove the doors and the roof completely and transform the SUV into a proper off-roader. One can also choose between a hard-top or a soft-top, both of which are detachable. With 238mm of ground clearance and 17-inch wheels with chunky 245/75 tyres, the Wrangler has got the basics covered to tackle almost any kind of surface. On the looks of it, the Wrangler Unlimited looks like an elongated, grown-up version of the Mahindra Thar.

Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Tan Interiors

Features

The Wrangler Unlimited, although quite big, is a five-seater SUV. The interior trim is available in two colour options -- black and tan. The car supports a 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment display with GPS navigation, Bluetooth connectivity, Voice Command Feature over Bluetooth, and USB and AUX ports for music. The creature-comfort list continues with heated front seats, automatic climate control, power windows and tyre-pressure monitoring. A car that is designed to go off-road must have relevant safety features in place and the Wrangler Unlimited is no exception. It comes with electronic stability control, hill-start assist, traction control, remote keyless entry and front airbags.

Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

Engine and Transmission

Under the hood, the 2.1 tonne SUV gets a 2.8-litre diesel motor that churns out 200PS of power and 460Nm of torque. The mill is mated to a five-speed automatic transmission. The car returns a certified fuel economy of 12.1kmpl and features an 85-litre fuel tank.

Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

Off-Road Capability

Jeep has made its reputation for designing rugged SUVs which can take on almost any kind of surface. The Wrangler Unlimited comes with a 4x4 drivetrain which is designed to deliver equal power to all four wheels, when activated. Features like hill descent control and hill-start assist help the driver have control over the car in the toughest of terrains. Jeep is so focused on the off-road capability of its cars that all the electronics for the doors and for the roof run through the center of the car. This helps in removing the doors and the roof panel without any hassle.

Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

Price and Competition

There is only one variant of the Wrangler Unlimited on offer, and it is priced at Rs 71.59 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). In terms of competition, the Wrangler doesn't really have any in India. All the other SUV options in this price bracket are soft off-roaders from European car manufacturers.




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VW To Showcase A Range Of Electric Vehicles At The 2016 Paris Motor Show

Volkswagen e-Golf

After the biggest diesel scandals of all time that Volkswagen (VW) has faced, now, the German carmaker is moving ahead with a goal of how to revive the company's image. In order to do that, the company is now stepping towards the zero-emission mobility i.e. a range of electric vehicles (EV). As reported by a German publication, VW will showcase its first electric vehicle at the 2016 Paris Motor Show.

According to reports, the new EV will have its external dimensions similar to that of the Golf, but, the EV will be pretty spacious and just to give you an example, it will be as roomy as the India-bound Passat sedan. We expect the German carmaker to present the production version of the EV by 2018. The car will have an astonishing range of about 400-600km (300 miles), and after you have drained out the battery pack completely, it will take only 15 minutes for a full charge.

Tesla recently launched the Model S, which is supposed to be the world's quickest-accelerating production car with a range of over 300 miles. Just like VW, all the manufacturers who are producing EV are planning to challenge Tesla, but, VW is producing the EV now, while Tesla has already crossed that milestone long back. Now, we just have to wait and watch to see what is the final production product of the EV like that VW is going to offer us.




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Maruti Suzuki Swift Deca Introduced At Rs 5.94 Lakh

Maruti Swift Deca

The Maruti Suzuki Swift Deca, a special edition of the Swift which the manufacturer had teased via a TV commercial, has now been launched at Rs 5.94 lakh. The car carries few aesthetic changes on the outside and is available with additional features on the inside as compared to the standard car.

Maruti Swift Deca rear spoiler

On the outside, the Swift Deca flaunts:

andmiddot; Number 10 markings on both the front doors

andmiddot; Sports strips on the bonnet, boot, sides and roof

andmiddot; Front, side and rear skirts, along with a rear spoiler

Maruti Swift Deca interiors

Up inside, the Deca features:

andmiddot; A touchscreen infotainment system from Sony

andmiddot; Bluetooth connectivity

andmiddot; Door-mounted speakers

andmiddot; Reverse parking camera with sensors

andmiddot; Front arm central armrest

andmiddot; Door sills

andmiddot; Ambient lighting

andmiddot; Floor mats

andmiddot; New seats cover and steering cover

Maruti Swift Deca rear spoiler

Other than these additional features the car remains unchanged mechanically. The Swift Deca is available with both petrol and diesel motor options. The car is available in two variants, one being the petrol VXi andndash; priced at Rs 5.94 lakh andndash; and the other being the diesel VDi andndash; available at Rs 6.87 lakh (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi). The former is powered by the 1.2-litre VVT petrol that produces 84.3PS of power and 115Nm of torque, while the latter get the 1.3-litre DDiS diesel which puts out 75PS of power and 170Nm of torque.

It is known that Maruti is developing the next-gen Swift, which had been spied several times testing in the European countries. For this reason, we expect a few more special editions to boost the dropping sales of this popular hatchback in the country, till the all-new car arrives. Also, the Swift's and the Dzire's sales have been drastically affected after the launch of the Baleno, which provides better fuel efficiency, space, features and performance than the other two at a very competitive price.




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On Why The Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Is The Most American Thing Ever

Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT

The Jeeps have made their official entry, and while the entire auto fraternity is in a tizzy over the prices, we think the most bonkers of the lot is the sanest in terms of price. Quite an antithesis, no? Yes, we are talking about the big, burly and growly Grand Cherokee SRT that chuckles at the thought of a turbocharged 1.0-litre engine and shrugs when you say the term 'compact SUV'.

Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT

It is the most American things ever, in my books. And before I get flagged for racism, nationalism, or more words that end with '-ism', let me point out that I mean that in a good way. One look at the Grand Cherokee SRT and you know it means some serious business. It feels right at home on the porch of a five-star hotel, the racetrack and even in the hands of a hitman. The smoked-out headlamps, the classic seven-slat grille and a set of bling 20-inch alloys are straight from the 'American Book Of Design'.

Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT

Then there's the interior, that clearly doesn't understand the words 'small', 'tiny', 'compact' or 'cramped'. It is big, roomy and loaded to the gills - just like the Big Mac, for instance. The laundry list of features includes leather upholstery, a panoramic sunroof, heated steering and seats and a Blu-Ray player too. What's more, the boot space is 1,554 litres (with the second row tucked away) in case you need to transport a fridge in a hurry. It is utilitarian with a hint of luxury. Not a bad combination to have, we say

Coming to the heart of the matter - the massive petrol V8 engine. This is among the prime reasons why the SRT is quintessentially American. In a time where most gigantic V6s and V8s have made way for turbocharged four-pots, the SRT believes there is no replacement for displacement. The monstrous 6.4-litre, Hemi V8 has been plonked in as is for the Jeep. Producing a mammoth 475PS of power and 630Nm of torque, there's enough to make sure you have a wide grin plastered on your face. For the record, 0-100kmph comes up in just 4.9 seconds and top speed is rated at 255kmph. That is proper sportscar territory and, for a car that weighs twice as much to pull it off, is appreciable. It also get Jeep's 'Selec-Trac' system that lets one set the car up in a total of five different modes, including Sport and Track. What was the last time you saw a 'Track' mode in an SUV? I rest my case.

Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT

If that wasn't enough the SRT gets timers that let you measure 0-100 and quarter mile times. It will even tell you what G-force you were subjected to. Cool? We think so And going fast needs to be backed up with stopping fast. Which is why the Grand Cherokee SRT gets a set of Brembo brakes (15-inchers at the front and 13.8-inchers at the rear) to make the massive blob of V8 powered lunacy come to a halt.

So there you have it. A big blob of metal, plastic and rubber, backed by a monstrous naturally aspirated V8 that is as politically correct as adding slapstick humour to a Quentin Tarantino movie If that isn't American enough, I don't what is.




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Mahindra MPV Spied

Mahindra MPV

The Mahindra MPV (multi-purpose vehicle) was spotted testing a few months ago in India, but is reportedly being developed by Mahindra's Troy technical center in Michigan, USA. The car is expected to launch in India somewhere around next year and is likely to have the Innova Crysta as its primary rival.

As the car was heavily camouflaged, we could not get a clear picture of the car, but certain features of the MPV could be seen such as the swept-back projector headlamps and Mahindra's signature grille which can also be seen on the current Scorpio, the tail lamps looks similar to that of the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga. Overall, the car's size appears to be similar to the Innova Crysta. The interiors of the MPV haven't been disclosed, but from the outside it is clear that there will be ample room for passengers along with comfort.

Mahindra MPV

Mahindra, just like other manufacturers, has seen the runaway success of the recently-launched Toyota Innova Crysta. Tata is also coming up with a new crossover - the Hexa, which will also compete with the Innova. So, like the Hexa and the Crysta, the MPV is likely to be based on a ladder frame platform which is probably the new modular ladder-frame chassis which made it debut with the second generation Scorpio.

The engine details have not yet been revealed, but we believe that the MPV is expected to get a 2.2-litre diesel mill. Considering Mahindra has lined-up its petrol engines for its upcoming cars, we do not have any confirmation of which petrol unit will be used by mahindra for the upcoming MPV.

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