The BMW X3 in its new generation was recently showcased at the Indian Auto Expo and is due for an official launch in India very soon. While the standard car comes with 2-litre or 3-litre petrol and diesel engine options, the top spec model on the X3 range for this generation will be the X3 M. The X3 M will soon make a global debut and a test mule of the performance SUV has been spotted undergoing winter testing.
The Nehru Science Centre in central Mumbai will hold a vintage and classic car and motorcycle exhibition from March 16 to April 1, 2018. The exhibition, made up of 27 cars and 12 motorcycles will be inaugurated today evening (March 15) and will be thrown open to the public tomorrow onwards as a part of the standard display at the centre.
The Rolls-Royce Dawn is a four seater convertible with a conventional folding soft top that is based on the Ghost platform. That said, although it is a much cheaper and definitely a sportier option as compared to the Phantom Drophead Coupe, Rolls-Royce has been finding it difficult to move units worldwide. So in order to add some excitement to the lineup, Rolls-Royce is now offering an option tonneau cover for the rear seats to convert the car to a two seater cabriolet instead of a four seater.
@etdweasel@AutoPap Haha! A fair few! Esp since I was also running a large carb, a factory performance headed and a custom exhaust. Thus the need to show faster more modern cars they were shit off the line! 😁😁
@AutoPap@etdweasel Lovely! here is a picture of my very first car! a Fiat 1100 or rather a Premier Padmini from 1987. loved loved this one! Came home from college one day and found it gone with its guts in my dad's 67. :( Of course, was 18, which explains the paintjob! all hand done with cans! :D https://t.co/8nFsSOV6Jf
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