SUV Venue from its Chennai plant. Hyundai Venue will compete against the likes of Maruti Suzuki Vitara, M&M XUV 300, Tata Nexon and Ford Ecosport. Hyundai Venue design has been largely derived from its elder sibling Hyundai Creta and will have a similar silhouette. It will also spot split DRL-headlamps which have been derived from Hyundai Kona and Santa Fe. On the back side, tail-lamps will house LED units in top-spec variants. Under the hood, Hyundai Venue will come with three engine options - 1.4-Litre Petrol, 1.4 Litre Diesel Motor which also powers Hyundai Elite i20 and Verna. Like Ford EcoSport, it is likely to have a 1.0-litre three-cylinder turbo-petrol engine which can produce 100 HP power and 172 NM torque. The Venue is the first car from Hyundai to get 33 connected features. … [Read more...] about Hyundai India rolls out Venue from Chennai plant
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China and India are committed to 'complete disengagement' of troops, and the process is 'intricate' that requires 'constant verification', the Indian Army had said on Thursday after the fourth round of marathon military talks for further de-escalation of tension in eastern Ladakh. … [Read more...] about No power can touch even an inch of India’s land: Rajnath in Ladakh
Urban development minister Eknath Shinde on Wednesday said that the decision on giving relief to consumers who received inflated electricity bills during lockdown will be taken in the next cabinet meeting. The state government has already approached the Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (MERC) on the issue and a relief of 20%-30% is expected to be announced soon. … [Read more...] about Decision on relief for high power bills in next meeting: Shinde
"Our country has been impacted over the last two to three years, especially the collapse of saddle dam D at the Xe-Pian Xe-Namnoy hydroelectric power project, floods in central, southern and northern provinces as well as animal diseases, pests and the COVID-19 pandemic," she noted. … [Read more...] about Laos to mainstream disaster risk reduction into development plan
"It's true that the risk of an electric shock is high for vehicles with electric motors, because they have two times more electric features than those with internal combustion engines," said Kim Pil-soo at Daelim University. "It's best to refrain from driving EVs in waterlogged areas." … [Read more...] about Are Electric Cars a Hazard on Flooded Roads?