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|DC UPCOMING CARS LIST|
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|TCA||Aug 2024||₹25.00 - ₹28.00 lakh*||Sedan|
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DC Cars News & Updates
Toyota have unveiled the Hilux GR Sport II pick-up truck that boasts several mechanical as well as cosmetic changes over the standard Hilux. As of now, the Hilux GR Sport II is exclusively for the European market and the India-spec Hilux is unlikely to receive the GR Sport treatment anytime soon. Nonetheless, the Hilux GR Sport II should pique the interest of off-road enthusiasts in the country. So let’s take a look at what it offers.
Tata Motors are readying the new-gen Nexon for the Indian market. It was spotted on test multiple times and a new leak confirms the dual-clutch transmission option for the B2-SUV. Read on to know more about the new-gen Tata Nexon.
Tata Motors are currently testing the upcoming Nexon facelift and the latest spy shots of the B2-segment SUV reveal its new automatic transmission. While the Nexon currently comes with both manual and automated manual transmission options (AMT), the Nexon facelift could offer a dual-clutch automatic (DCT) option with the petrol engine.
Volkswagen have announced new variants for the Taigun GT SUV – the GT Plus manual and GT DCT. The new Taigun GT Plus and GT variants will go on sale soon and help make the performance-oriented SUV more accessible for enthusiasts.
Hyundai India recently installed 2 DC fast charging stations at key Indian highways. The carmaker plans to expand their EV charging network to 10 public charging stations in the first half of 2023.
Kia have inaugurated India’s fastest 240kW DC fast charger in Kochi, Kerala. This is the first 240kW DC fast charger in the country and it is accessible to all EV owners, regardless of the brand of car they own. In July 2022, Kia also inaugurated a 150kW fast charger in Gurugram, Haryana.
Hyundai recently discontinued two variants of the i20 hatchback. The discontinued variants include the Asta 1.0L turbo petrol DCT and Asta 1.2L normal petrol CVT. A couple of months ago, Hyundai introduced the range-topping Asta (O) 1.2L normal petrol CVT and Sportz 1.0L turbo petrol DCT options.
Lately, several car manufacturers are offering their new cars with a dual-clutch automatic transmission or DCT. The latest mass-market car to get a DCT transmission is the Tata Altroz. While DCTs are now more polished and reliable than ever before, the earlier versions were notorious for failing in our conditions, causing owners to spend a hefty sum for repairs. Gradually, cars equipped with unreliable DCTs lost favour with customers before being pulled off the market altogether.
The Tata Altroz has finally been launched with an automatic transmission. Tata Motors call their dual-clutch transmission DCA (Dual Clutch Automatic). The made-in-India DCT transmission of the Altroz comes with multiple segment-first features and advantages over its direct rivals. Here, we try to explain its unique features. Here are the top 5 things you need to know about the Tata Altroz DCA.
Tata Motors have announced March 21 as the launch date for the Altroz DCT (Dual Clutch Transmission). The launch event will be live-streamed on their Youtube channel as well. The long-awaited launch of the Altroz DCT will take place at 11:30 AM on March 21. Tata Motors will offer the Altroz DCT in three variants — XT, XZ and XZ+, along with the Dark Edition.