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Indian Cars That Made to Guinness & Limca Books of World Records!

Indian cars have achieved some amazing feats over the years, and many of them have been recognised by the Guinness and Limca Books of World Records. Here are five of the most impressive Indian cars that made it to the world record books.
In 2013, a Tata Safari driven solo by a physically challenged person made it into the Limca Book of Records by visiting 28 state capitals in 29 days. The total distance covered to achieve this feat was 15,963 kilometres.
Tata Safari
Limca Book of Records
The Mahindra XUV500 holds a Limca Book of Records entry for the shortest time to travel from Kashmir to Kanyakumari in 2015. Piloted by a four-member team, the XUV500 was driven from Kanyakumari to Leh (3,997 km) in a record time of 62 hours and
 20 minutes.
Mahindra XUV500
Limca Book of Records
The Honda Amaze is a compact sedan, and it holds the Guinness World Record for covering 23,800 kilometres in 55 days in India. The car was driven by a three-member team.
Honda Amaze
Guinness World Record
In 2013, the Renault Scala made its name in the Limca Book of Records for achieving the highest mileage of 54.15 kilometres per litre while covering a total distance of 62.38 km.
Renault Scala
Limca Book of Records
The Maruti 800 made it into the Guinness Book of Records in 2008 for having 49 occupants on board the hatchback. Piloted by a lady, the car was driven for 13 minutes, covering a total distance of two kilometres.
Maruti 800
Guinness Book of Records
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