We head to the sand dunes of Rajasthan to test one of the most anticipated cars of the Indian industry in recent times, the all-new Tata Harrier. With thoroughly modern underpinnings borrowed from the house of Land Rover and a achingly gorgeous design, we test its mettle to see if it has the go to match the show.
The 2018 Toyota Camry, which went on sale in Thailand last month, has been showcased at the ongoing 2018 Thai Motor Expo. The Thai-spec eighth generation Camry is on sale in a price bracket of 14,45,000 baht (INR 30,88,630) to 17,99,000 baht (INR 38,44,962).
At the Lexus stands was the next-generation ES300h. The same car which was announced to be introduced in India as well.
BMW showcased the fourth generation 2019 BMW X5 at the 35th Thailand International Motor Expo. The all-new model is scheduled to reach Indian dealerships towards the middle of 2019 and is expected to be available with petrol and diesel engines.
The Nissan Terra, which went on sale in Thailand in August this year, has been put on display at the ongoing 2018 Thai Motor Expo. The mid-size SUV is currently available at a starting price of 1,316,000 baht.
Audi brought along the latest generation of the A7 Sportback. With more aggresuve design lines and the lates in German gadgetry, the A7 was definitely one of the hits at the 35th Thailand International Motor Expo.
On display at the Toyota stand was a special edition of the Fortuner, the TRD Sportivo edition. With a heavy influence on aesthetics, the special edition vehicle was a hot favourite at the 35th Thailand International Motor Expo.
Along with the new Accord, Honda has previewed the 201 Civic at the ongoing 35th Thailand International Motor Expo.
BMW has revealed the 2018 BMW X4, the coupe version of the latest BMW X3 at the 35th Thailand International Motor Expo. The second-gen BMW X4 (codename: BMW G02) arrives just four years after the original model that was introduced in 2014.