Pakistan – Driving FX simulator, Karachi Auto Show 2014, auto sales decline in July

Posted on: Sep 7, 2014 - 12:15pm IST

Here is a wrap of recent automotive news from our neighbors Pakistan.

1. First ever computerized simulator uses a Suzuki FZ

A 1982 Suzuki FX (Suzuki SS80), the original Maruti 800 in India, has been converted and installed with a computerized driving simulator to impart training to drivers. Called the Driving FX Simulator, the system is based in the Peshawar Police Traffic Driving School which is the nation’s first computerized driving simulator centre (established in 2008).

Peshawar Driving FX simulator Pakistan
The Driving FX Simulator aims to improve the driving standards in Pakistan.

The updated simulator is expected to help citizens learn to drive in a controlled flow as against the current unorganized traffic scenario across the country. The simulator costs nearly 230,000 PKR (INR 1.35 lakhs), PakWheels is reporting.

2. Pakwheels’ Karachi Auto Show 2014

Pakwheels Karachi Auto Show 2014
The Karachi Auto Show 2014 will have the country’s exotic sets of wheels on display.

The 2014 Karachi Auto Show which is to be held by Pakwheels will take place on September 14 at Expo Center, Gulshan-e-Iqbal. The show will feature classic cars, vintages, exotic and modified cars and bikes.

3. Auto sales declined in July 2014

Suzuki Wagon R Pakistan side
The Wagon R was launched in Pakistan in April. It is imported from Indonesia.

The Pakistan automobile industry witnessed a significant decline in sales for July 2014 compared to the same month last year. According to the Pakistan Automotive Manufacturers Association (PAMA), passenger car sales stood at 5,995 units this July compared to 9,381 units in July 2013.

As far as two and three wheelers are concerned, Pakistan bought 55,466 units in July 2014 as against 68,065 units last July.

[Source: Pakwheels]

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2 thoughts on “Pakistan – Driving FX simulator, Karachi Auto Show 2014, auto sales decline in July

  1. Irtaza AHmed Malik says:

    that a great posture from u guys we as pakistani want to live in peace with india but dnt know where the errors occour we want to be a good neighbour of urs <3 from pak

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  2. Nirjhar Bhatnagar says:

    Awesome…our brother country is growing …inshaah allah ,…We will be one soon beyond all conflicts that our selfish political leaders have created….

    ~Nameste~

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