Aug 26, 2021 09:46 PM
Audi Vorsprung 2030 Strategy | Tata Motors Felicitates Olympic Athletes | Kia Seltos X-Line Revealed
The top automotive stories of the day - Kia India unveils the new Seltos X-Line edition. Audi AG will end combustion engine production in 2033. Tata Motors gifts the Altroz to fourth-placed Olympic athletes. #audi #tata #seltos #vorsprung #altroz #kia #cnbdaily #carandbike 0:00 - Introduction 0:05 - Audi Vorsprung 2030 Strategy 1:06 - Tata Altroz For Olympic Athletes 1:27 - Indian Olympic Athletes Honoured 2:07 - Kia Seltos X-Line Revealed 2:24 - Kia Seltos X-Line Overview ➡️German luxury carmaker, Audi, has announced its new corporate strategy - 'Vorsprung 2030', which essentially translates to Head Start 2030. With this new strategy, the Ingolstadt-based carmaker has finally announced a firm date for Audi's transition to electric mobility. ➡️The company has announced that from 2026, it would only launch vehicles that are equipped with electric drive systems. ➡️The company further added that it will also gradually phase out the production of its internal combustion engines (ICE) between now and 2033. ➡️The recently concluded Tokyo Olympics 2020 was momentous for India with athletes bagging seven medals across different categories. Several other athletes gave their best but were eclipsed by other players losing out on the bronze medal by a small margin. ➡️Now, in a heartwarming gesture to recognise their effort, Tata Motors has announced that it will be gifting the Altroz hatchback in a bid to show its appreciation. ➡️Kia India has unveiled a new top-end variant of its popular compact SUV - the Kia Seltos. Called the Kia Seltos X-Line, the SUV was first showcased as a pre-production concept at the 2020 Auto Expo. ➡️Engine options for the Kia Seltos X-Line are likely to include the 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol motor and the 1.5-litre diesel engine. The former is tuned to make 138 bhp and 242 Nm of peak torque and is likely to come with the 7-speed DCT automatic unit as standard.