When I fell in love with the Honda Navi

Neelanjan Chakraborty I love two-wheelers even more than cars. Be it a scooter or a motorcycle, an Activa or the R1, I just love the way each decision matters. When I first met the Navi at the Auto Expo, I was pretty impressed with what Honda had done. The bare minimum looks with the promise…

Hamilton wins, F1 lovers crib over damp race

If the Formula one race at Silverstone this afternoon taught us one thing then it is that Mercedes is the car to be in when it is dry. The only problem is that there is hardly any wet race. We saw it at Monaco, we saw it again at Silverstone; Mercedes’ struggle in the wet…

Neighbours’ envy, owner’s pride: The all new LaFerrari convertible

Coming up with the jaw-dropping, drop-top LaFerrari convertible, Ferrari has a unique car for you. With a removable carbon fibre hard top and a removable soft top, the car has the same running gear and performance figures as the original LaFerrari. But there’s a lot that we do not know about the car yet. It…

Indian sedans: The hatchbacks with boots

Ankit Berry The Indian consumer seems to be a funny lot. We like cars which are not in vogue anywhere else in the world. Let’s take the example of our new age sedans. Only in India does one find sedans which are less than four metre in length. The Tata Indigo CS started the trend…