Jaguar F-type coupeJaguar BMW 3 Series rival

Indian Autos Blog is very keenly monitoring all the updates on the future of the Jaguar brand. We believe Jaguar, by the end of the decade, has the mettle to be the most profitable, as well as to be the best selling luxury brand in India.

Aston Martin Vanquish front three quartersMahindra, which was considered as the front runner in the bidding to acquire the iconic British brand Aston Martin has reportedly backed off.

Last week Mahindra was the front runner to acquire the Bond car brand having bid more than the Italian private equity firm called Investindustrial. However, scenes have changed this week.

Nissan Micra Primo rear three quartersNissan is silently working on a stripped down version of the Nissan Micra codenamed G02A which is most likely to be called as the ‘Micra Active’.

Nissan Micra enjoyed a very impressive response when it arrived in India as Nissan’s first mass market product and the Japanese car maker slipped the popular 1.5 K9K diesel engine under the bonnet to give the sales volumes a firm push.

2015 Dacia Duster facelift front

According to reports appearing on European websites, the Dacia Duster facelift is just what the doctor called for as Dacia sales in some parts of Europe is steadily declining.

Today’s Bumper to Bumper is a grassroots level discussion on the creation of the 4 Series brand.

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2013 Skoda Octavia front grill teaser2013 Skoda Octavia front wing mirror teaser

Why are we showing you teasers of the 2013 Octavia when spyshots of the undisguised car are available? – We don’t get to see the design features of the car up-close through the spyshots.

VW Cross Up! rear three quartersVW Cross Up! front fasciaVW Cross Up! dashboard

VW had showcased no fewer than 6 concepts demonstrating the variations possible on the Up! small car at 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show and the Cross Up! was one of the ideas.

Range Rover Evoque rearJLR is enjoying a commendable year on year growth in India and that gives the Tata owned brand enough reasons to assemble more products locally.

Presently, the Land Rover Freelander 2 is the only JLR product to be assembled in India (at its CKD plant in Chikhli, Pune) and the company is exploring the possibilities to assemble the Range Rover Evoque as well.

JLR is right now studying the market to decide on the models to be assembled in India.