All the hype surrounding the Tata Nano continues unabated, and what’s more, the car, launched on March 23, can now be booked online as well, a first in the Indian auto industry. The bookings will commence on April 9 and will go on till April 25.
And………… another weekend comes to an end… well, the above title pretty much sums up the events of the past couple of days !! 🙂
I finally went for my long delayed test drive of the Hyundai i10 Kappa. As may be obvious from my other posts, I’m quite firm in my belief that automatic transmissions will replace stick shifts in some time, atleast for in-city driving. I drove the Automatic variant, and it was fun. None of the vibration that I was expecting at higher speeds, good to drive, responsive and a big change from not having a clutch ! Anyway, will post more on that front later after a more longer drive.
Hyundai has unveiled the i10 Kappa. While most of the exterior specs are the same as before, the new car comes with an all new, in-line 4 cylinder 1.2 litre advanced Kappa engine, which seeks to deliver greater operational efficiency in terms of both fuel consumption and emissions.