Hyundai Motor India Appoints Tarun Garg As New Director - Sales, Marketing & Service | Garg has joined at the position which was previously held by Rakesh Srivastava, former Director- Marketing, Sales and Service at Hyundai Motor India.

Hyundai Motor India Appoints Tarun Garg As New Director - Sales, Marketing & Service

Hyundai Motor India Appoints Tarun Garg As New Director - Sales, Marketing & Service

Hyundai Motor India Appoints Tarun Garg As New Director - Sales, Marketing & Service

Hyundai Motor India Appoints Tarun Garg As New Director - Sales, Marketing & Service

Hyundai Motor India Appoints Tarun Garg As New Director - Sales, Marketing & Service

Hyundai Motor India Appoints Tarun Garg As New Director - Sales, Marketing & Service
Hyundai Motor India Appoints Tarun Garg As New Director - Sales, Marketing & Service
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Hyundai Motor India today announced the appointment of Tarun Garg as the new Director- Sales, Marketing and Service at the Korean brand. Garg is an alumnus of Delhi College of Engineering and Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Lucknow. He has over 25 years of experience in the field of Marketing, Sales and Network Development. He has also worked as Executive Director- Marketing, Parts and Logistics at Maruti Suzuki India.

Also Read: Hyundai Motor Unveils Plan To Invest $52 Billion Over Six Years

Tarun Garg has also worked in the used car business at Maruti Suzuki and played a key role in revamping the True Value business. Garg was the Senior Vice President and Head of Marketing at Maruti Suzuki India and was promoted to the position of Executive Director, Marketing in June, 2018. He was made the Senior Vice President in May 2016.

Also Read: Car Sales November 2019: Hyundai Registers A Growth Of 2 Per Cent

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Garg has joined at the position which was previously held by Rakesh Srivastava, former Director- Marketing, Sales and Service at Hyundai Motor India. Coincidentally, even Garg has moved to Hyundai after serving for 15 years at Maruti Suzuki. He completed his six year long tenure at Hyundai in August 2018.

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Audi RS Q3 2019 UK review

Audi RS Q3 2019 UK review

Audi’s second-generation small performance SUV gets angrier looks and more power The second generation RS Q3 arrives in a crowded market - a far cry from the original car, which effectively kick-started the trend for performance compact SUVs when it arrived in 2013.It was the first time the then Audi Quattro GmbH had turned its attention to any kind of SUV, but now Audi Sport has a stable of the things. The SQ2 now acts as a high-riding alternative to the current crop of hot hatchbacks, freeing up the RS Q3 and its RS Q3 Sportback sibling to take on the Porsche Macan, BMW X3 M40i and forthcoming Mercedes-AMG GLA45.It’s also a sign of the times that Audi expects the more traditional car to be the less popular model, with the RS Q3 Sportback predicted to make up 60% of UK sales.Beyond the Sportback's lower roofline, which saps rear headroom and eats into boot space (but only when you fold the rear seats), the two cars are effectively identical, sitting 10mm lower than a standard Q3 and riding on 20in alloy wheels (21s on Audi Sport Edition and Vorsprung models). Twin exhausts, now a staple of Audi’s full-blooded RS models, also make an appearance - the first generation RS Q3 made do with one.Both Q3s share the same familiar five-pot turbo engine as the first-generation car, as well as the current TT RS, though the addition of a petrol particulate filter means it doesn’t pop and bang quite as vigorously as it once did. Liberal use of aluminium has reduced weight by 26kg, and power has been tuned to 394bhp. Despite a 15kg weight penalty, the Q3 matches the Sportback to the same 155mph restricted top speed - a limit that can be optionally removed for an Autobahn-blasting 174mph. Quattro permanent all-wheel drive and a seven-speed automatic gearbox deliver 0-62mph in a hyper hatch-baiting 4.5 seconds.
BMW ALPINA B7 Turbo/3 of the E28 series: A rare automotive gem

BMW ALPINA B7 Turbo/3 of the E28 series: A rare automotive gem

ALPINA, the long-standing partner of BMW, is widely popular for some of the most refined motoring masterpieces. Among them is the ALPINA B7 Turbo/3 model of the E28 5 Series generation. There were several ALPINA derived from the E28 5 Series. Amongst them, the B7 Turbo/3 variant occupies a special place. The B7 was the very last ALPINA model underpinned by the second generation of the 5 Series. It was produced between July 1985 and December 1987. It was also the most powerful of all four iterations that existed.

The birth model used for the ALPINA B7 Turbo/3 was the 535i version. The engineers based in Buchloe fitted the B7/3 engine type (which also justifies the name of the car) on this special E28. So, don’t be fooled by the 7 in the title, as this is a proper ALPINA 5 Series. The B7/3 powerplant had a 6-cylinder inline architecture with a total displacement of 3,430 cubic centimeters. The turbocharged unit was rated at a remarkable 235 kW / 320 PS (316 hp) and it could deliver a peak output of 520 Nm (384 lb-ft).

The ALPINA B7 Turbo/3 was accelerating from standstill to 100 km/h in just 6.2 seconds and could reach a top speed of 262 km/h. These are more than impressive values for that era and prove that this special Bimmer could easily engage in a battle with the decisively sporty icons of the period, such as the Porsche 911.

There were 30 limited edition ALPINA B7 Turbo/3 models, four came with manual transmissions, while the other 26 were all automatics. Some of these rare units still commend a respectable price. Just browsing several car auctions online and you’ll quickly see final sale prices over 100,000 euros. So if you ever wanna come across BMW ALPINA B7 Turbo/3, don’t think twice!

 

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Husqvarna Norden 901 Confirmed For Production

Husqvarna Norden 901 Confirmed For Production

The Husqvarna Norden 901, revealed in concept form at the EICMA 2019 motorcycle show in Milan, Italy, will be the Swedish firm's official entry into the adventure touring segment. The Norden 901, developed on the platform of the KTM 890 Adventure, will have a Europe launch date sometime in 2021. And even though the Norden 901 was revealed as a concept at the EICMA 2019, it is believed that the final production model will retain much of the prototype's design, blending Husqvarna's avant-garde design into a more rugged, off-road adventure package.

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The Norden is based on the 899 cc parallel-twin engine of the KTM 890 Adventure.

What is likely to make it to the production model is the trademark smoked circular headlamp, seen on the Svartpilen and Vitpilen models, brushed metal plate casing around the engine and tinted windscreen which was shown in the concept prototype. What will be interesting to see is how Husqvarna will differentiate the Norden 901 from the KTM 890 Adventure, and if there will be any changes on the features and electronics front.

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The Husqvarna Norden 901 gets a unique split TFT screen which may feature smartphone connectivity.

Under the skin, the Norden 901 will feature the 890 cc, parallel-twin engine from the 890 Adventure. What we know is that the engine has been tuned for both on-road refinement, as well as off-road capability, while Husqvarna says it will also boast of best-in-class lightness. According to a press release by Husqvarna, the Norden 901 will be "delivering effortless rideability and high-end modern equipment" and "can be used on daily commutes, extended adventures and everything in between."

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The Husqvarna Norden 901 promises to be a versatile adventure bike with decent off-road capability

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As such, the Husqvarna Norden 901 promises to be a slim and lightweight touring motorcycle, promising the perfect balance between off-road performance and touring ability. Suspension will be from WP, like sister brand KTM, and the Norden 901 will have a 21-inch front wheel and 18-inch rear wheel combination. Expect a production model to debut at one of the motorcycle shows later in 2020, with an official launch in early 2021. Will it make it to India? Difficult to say, and looks improbable at this time. Husqvarna will make its brand debut at the India Bike Week with the KTM 390 Duke based Svartpilen 401 and Vitpilen 401, and it's highly unlikely any big bikes will be introduced under the Husqvarna brand in India anytime soon.

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