Sunday, January 29, 2023


With the compact crossover segment booming with new entries, Toyota soon intends to burst into the popular market with a production version of the C-HR concept. The angular crossover concept first debuted at the Paris Motor Show in 2014, but was refreshed for this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show with rear doors. Toyota claims the recent concept will look very similar to the production version, which seems like a bold move for a brand with normally tame designs.

Toyota C-HR

Based on Toyota’s new global architecture the C-HR  is an extremely sporty crossover with its chiseled shape is expected to make the transition to the road largely unaltered. A hybrid is also expected to be included in the production powertrain lineup, but non-electrified options could be available, too. The C-HR will be built on Toyota’s TNGA (Toyota New Generation Architecture) platform, which is shared with the new Prius. This will enable Toyota to offer the C-HR as a hybrid (a first in its class), though the automaker has yet to clarify if a gas-engined version will be sold as well. The hybrid powertrain will combine a four-cylinder engine with an electric motor and CVT transmission with a four wheel drive system. Though the C-HR will compete with the Juke and other sub-compact crossovers, Toyota claims it will have superior interior space.

Toyota C-HR

The world’s first look at the production C-HR will be in the spring of 2016, with sales following before next summer. Toyota isn’t set on the C-HR name, though, so expect that to change along with its production-ready body.

Toyota will reveal the production version of its C-HR Concept at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. Expect a starting price of around Rs. 15 or 16 Lakh, if Toyota decides to bring the rakishly styled, little Compact SUV to India in 2017 or beyond.

Do you know what you’re supposed to do if this happens?

  1. Always keep a first aid kit handy.
  2. Check for injuries.
  3. Walk on a straight line to ensure there is no brain injury or a concussion.
  4. In case you or anyone else is injured, call an ambulance at 101.
  5. Move people with minor injuries away from the accident spot and provide basic first aid.
  6. Remember, if someone is gravely injured, do not move them around a lot. This might aggravate their condition. Call police if needed.
  7. Once you’re out of the car, move it to the side of the road so a moving car doesn’t hit you.
  8. Can’t move your car without a tow truck? Call your insurer’s Road Side Assistance to tow it and take it to the closest network garage.
  9. Take photographs of:
    • The damage caused to yours and others’ cars
    • Injuries caused to you and the other victims and
    • The location of the accident
  10. Next, gather information.
  11. Make a note of:
    • Personal details of the driver and the owner
      (name, address, email ID, phone number. Driver as well as owner)
    • Details of the car
      (the make and model of the car and number plate number)
    • Insurance Details
      (their insurers’ name, number & policy number)
  12. Never lose your temper, get into an argument, or admit liability- this might invalidate your insurance. If the other driver is being violent, call the police on 100.
  13. If they don’t arrive in time, go to the nearest police station and file an FIR.
  14. In case no one is hurt and cars can be driven away safely, you might not want to call the police.
  15. Next, file your insurance claim:
    • Schedule an inspection with the insurance company.
    • Share all the evidence and a get a cost estimate
    • also always remember to keep your car papers handy
    • Get the repairs done and get your car back as good as new!

Above all, remember to drive safe!

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The Discovery Vision Concept car will showcase the essence of a future family of SUVs built on Land Rover’s key principles of emotive design, unrivaled capability and ultimate versatility, taken to new levels using new customer-focused advanced technologies.

The Discovery Vision Concept combines the best of our heritage with our vision of the future. The concept heralds a new family of Discovery vehicles, typified by cutting-edge features that include Transparent Bonnet, allowing the driver greater visibility than ever before through an augmented reality view of the terrain ahead, smart glass, laser headlights, Terrain Response™ and Remote Control Drive.

In the pursuit of innovation and exploration, Land Rover have become official partners of Virgin Galactic. It shares the same pioneering and unstoppable spirit, pushing the boundaries for the next era of travel, on land and in space.





Transformers: Age Of Extinction hits theaters  on June 27, 2014.

The Promo Song for Student Formula 2014 , composed and sung by Pratik Dash, a student from KIIT University (Bhubaneswar).



THANK GOD for integrated fire systems in race cars, this fireball could have done a lot more than melt a few body panels in this 1800+ hp twin turbo Gallardo built by Underground Racing.

This car accelerated from 60 to 207mph in approx 1700 feet, which WOULD HAVE been the new Texas Invitational world record if the green TT Gallardo he was racing hadn’t blown away that record a split second prior with an astonishing 213MPH!!!!


This epic video takes you back to the roots of the Sauber F1 Team, to the late 60ies and early 70ies when Peter Sauber started tinkering with race cars, takes you through the very successful sports cars era in the 80ies and 90ies and summarises the highlights since Sauber entered Formula One in 1993.

Upon request from many of our fans, especially here on YouTube, we decided to extend our successful “Tech Bites: Evolution of F1 Race Cars since 1993” video. This video not only gives you smoother transitions and the side, top AND front view, it also contains the C1, C5, C8, C9 and C11 and was spiced with drivers, technical information and statistics.

Courtsey: Sauber F1 Team #

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