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February 2020
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Expected Launch : March 2020 Expected Price : 35 Lakh - 40 Lakh Nissan Leaf is yet to launch in India. The details given here is provisional.

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Expected Launch : September 2019
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Trending car news Tata Motors is gearing up for the launch of an all-black edition of their popular SUV Harrier soon. This new edition will be named Tata Harrier Dark Edition as per reports from Autocar and will arrive in Atlas Black exterior paint scheme. Fully blackened with glossy black paint and matte finished bumpers on the outside and an all-black cabin inside, this model has it all to call itself the Dark Edition Harrier.

The New Dark Harrier rolls out on 17-inch Blackstone alloys, and gets black elements all throughout including the front and rear skid plates. Grey inserts around the headlamps and matte finished front and rear bumpers enhance the looks manifold. Inside the cabin, the black theme is spread throughout with Blackstone Matrix shade on the dashboard, matte grey inserts replacing the existing faux wood centre console and Benecke Kaliko leather upholstery with grey stitching.

MG Hector launch seems to have triggered the launch of many new models from various SUV makers. This will the third version of Harrier being launched in the country, after the standard model and the dual tone one. While not much information has been let out by the company regarding its pricing, we hope that the Harrier Dark Edition may be slightly expensive than the ongoing models owing to the unique black theme.

Mechanicals will remain unchanged on the new black Harrier and will carry forward the same engine as per the information received now. However, it may not be surprising if the company offers this new version with an upgraded engine. An optional sunroof is also expected to be available on the Harrier Dark Edition.

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Trending car news It has been a terrible period in the history of automobile sector since past many months. A lot of confusion that prevailed about the future of passenger vehicles with conventional combustion engine over electric models had led to sharp decline in the sales of the former. The measures that were announced for the economy revival has now helped clear all the confusions, thanks to the FM.

Here are the highlights of the press conference regarding the Automobile Sector:

• BS-IV vehicles purchased until March 31st,2020 will be allowed to be operational until their full period of registration.
• Revision/Hike of one-time registration fees of vehicles will be deferred until June 2020.
• Ban on new vehicle purchases to replace old vehicles by Government Departments removed. The purchase of new vehicles to replace old ones in these departments will also be encouraged by the government.
• Higher depreciation by an additional 15%, amounting to overall 30% for all vehicles acquired during the period starting now up till March 31,2020.
• The government is also considering plans for a scrappage policy soon to remove worn out vehicles from the roads.
• Electric vehicles and Internal Combustion Engine vehicles will continue to be registered.
• The government will be focusing on setting up of infrastructure for developing ancillaries/components that also includes batteries for export.

For past many months, this industry had been struggling hard to make it up the graph. Many companies had even offered huge discounts and offers to lure customers into purchases, but all efforts ended up in vain. As a result, this period also witnessed massive layoffs and wagecuts to manage the loss; as many as 15000 workers lost their jobs. Now, the various measures announced by the FM in the press conference conducted yesterday brings back hopes of revival in the auto sector.

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