The Revolt RV 400 base model can be purchased from for Rs 3,499 per month for 37 months while the Premium version costs Rs 3,999 per month for 37 months. Revolt RV300 will be the cheapest bike available for a price of Rs 2,999 per month for 37 months.
The MG Hector has now received an official price tag in India and will be available from Rs 12,18,000 to Rs 16,88,000 . Users will be provided 5 years of manufacturer warranty for unlimited kilometres, round-the-clock roadside assistance and no labour charges for the first 5 services under the MG Shield ownership package.
The Revolt RV 400 AI motorcycle comes with an ARAI certified range of 156 km and is powered by the Revolt App which is available on both, Android and iOS. The app comes with connectivity features such as Bike Locator, doorstep battery delivery, 'mobile swap stations, Anti-theft and sound selection.
Vodafone Idea and Hyundai AutoEver India will now work to enable upcoming Hyundai cars with Advanced Connected Car Functionality which debuts with the launch of the Hyundai Venue. Vodafone Idea will provide Hyundai with a connected solution that will integrate voice calls, 3G/4G data, SMS, APN and API through eSIMs.
Hyundai Leasing will work similarly to online car subscription services like Zoomcar’s Zap Subscribe and Revv which offer users options to rent a car for a fixed monthly fee without having to worry about down payment and maintenance. The service will be available across the entire Hyundai product line-up at different monthly rentals.
MG Hector iSMART Next Gen will feature an embedded M2M sim which will make the car an always-connected vehicle. The Always-connected feature allows users to receive real-time software, entertainment content and application updates. It also equips Voice Assist to control various features of the car.
With this development, Okinawa Scooters’ Ridge+ & i-Praise scooters are now connected scooters which are enabled with Aeris’ Mobility Platform.
The Classic 500 ABS comes with the 280mm disc at front, while a 240mm disc at the rear. Powered by the same 499 cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine. It chunks the power of 27.2 bhp at 5,250 rpm and peak torque of 41.3 Nm on 4,000 rpm. The machine is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission.
The design of the latest MPV is inspired by a shark. There is a shark-teeth like a grille at the front, shark tail-like lamps at the tail and shark fin antenna. Another interesting highlight of this vehicle is the new T-shaped centre console with trapezoidal AC vents, which the company claims to be industry-first surround cool technology.
Royal Enfield Himalayan, with the dual-channel ABS variant, will be priced Rs 10,000 to Rs 12,000 (ex-showroom) higher than the standard trim and with the 5-year mandatory third-party insurance policy, it will be selling around Rs 2.20 Lakh (On-road, Noida).