Thursday, November 10, 2016
By Manoj Kumawat
India Bound Vehicles Unveiled at 2016 Sao Paulo Auto Show
The ongoing 2016 Sao Paulo Show is at its full swing and is witnessing unveil of few highly awaited vehicles among audiences. Yesterday the show became evident of Extreme Concept of compact SUV Duster by French car maker Renault, followed by unveil of WR-V crossover by Japanese car maker Honda Motor and facelift version of compact SUV Creta by Korean car maker Hyundai Motors.
Renault Duster Extreme Concept: Developed by Renault Design Latin America (RDAL) the Extreme Concept of Duster has been developed keeping in driving habits of off-roaders who prefer to drive vehicles on terrain roads. To empowered with 2.0 litre flex-fuel 4 cylinder engine generating the power of 143 bhp and torque of 198 Nm. It is reported to be offered with five speed manual gearbox system. The exteriors of Renault Duster Extreme Concept look more unique which is further enhanced with combination of grey body color and red elements giving it a glimpse of vehicles that are used during mountain rescue operations. Other features offered on exteriors of this concept include fender flares, side rack with LED light bars, tow hook and roof rack with LED light bars. Inside the cabin also you will find lots of red elements offered on black colored interiors, logo of EXTREME mounted on dashboard and 4WD letters studded on steering wheel. Also Read: Renault Duster Adventure Edition Launched in India at Rs 9.64 Lakh
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Hyundai Creta Facelift: Continuing the existing engine configurations of 1.4 litre VTVT petrol engine and 1.4 litre CRDi diesel engine and 1.6 litre CRDi diesel engine with same transmission system, the facelift Creta receives subtle changes on exteriors while interiors remain unchanged. The changes offered on exterior are also offered only front and rear portions whereas the side profile continues to be the same. The front fascia receives newly developed front bumper along with newly developed conventional Hyundai signature grille. With this integration of fog lamps at the beneath of front bumper helps in augmenting the looks of front portion.
Honda WR-V: Developed on the platform of Jazz hatchback, the WR-V crossover by Japanese car maker Honda Motors has been in limelight in recent times. To be offered in both petrol and diesel variants empowered with 1.2 litre i-VTEC engine and 1.5 litre diesel engine boosting the power of 88 bhp and 98 bhp respectively. The exterior of Honda WR-V at first instance look identical to Jazz, but on close inspection you will notice offered at front and rear ends. The front fascia receives treatment of company’s latest design philosophy comprising of deep cuts and creases giving a sportier look to crossover. Moving inside the cabin you will notice lots of similarities continued from Jazz hatchback.