Author Archives: Dhruv Saxena


Dhruv Saxena
Mechanical engineer trying to find his place in the world of automobile journalism.

2018 Audi Q5 test drive review front angle motion

2018 Audi Q5 launched in India at INR 53.25 lakhs

Audi has launched the second generation Q5 in India more than a year after it made its global debut at the 2016 Paris Motor Show in September. The 2018 Audi Q5 range starts at INR 53.25 lakhs (ex-showroom) for the Premium Plus Grade while the fully-loaded

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Datsun CROSS Unveiled in Indonesia – 10 Live Images

Datsun has taken the wraps off the production version of the Go Cross concept in Indonesia. Christened Datsun CROSS, the car features a new front fascia as well as a revamped interior. It is priced at around IDR 163 million (INR 727,730) valid during

2018 MG 3 Thailand launch

MG 3 facelift launch in Thailand this year – Report

According to a report by Bangkok Post, the MG 3 facelift will be launched in the Thai market in 2018. The report does not shed light on the exact timeline of the launch, however. Spy shots of the updated version of the hatchback testing in Thailand surfaced

Maruti Swift production ends in India

Current generation Maruti Swift production comes to an end

An image shared by a Team-BHP forum member has revealed that the production of the second generation Maruti Swift (in India) has come to an end. The last unit rolled off the production line on December 23, 2017. According to a report from earlier this

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Audi Q8 spied testing in Mumbai [Video]

IAB reader Sheriyar Shaikh has shared a spy video of the Audi Q8 undergoing tests on Indian roads via YouTube. Audi regularly tests upcoming models in Indian conditions ahead of their global rollout. The company commenced trial production in Slovakia

Next gen Volvo S60 rendering

Next generation Volvo S60 rendered

Omni Auto has shared a speculative rendering of the next generation Volvo S60. The next-gen Volvo S60 is expected to be introduced in 2018 and will replace the second-generation model that has been around since 2010. The render is based on spy shots