Triumph launches Tiger Explorer XCx

Triumph Motorcycles, the iconic British super sports motorcycle brand, on Tuesday introduced its new Tiger Explorer XCx adventure bike in Asia’s third biggest economy to expand its range and boost sales.

With a price tag of Rs 18.75 lakh at any showroom in India, the imported bike will take on the

Rs 18.05 lakh Ducati Multistrada Enduro and the BMW R1200 GS Adventure priced between Rs 17.8-21.8 lakh, in Indian market.

Snapdeal founders, investors divided over offers

The founders of Snapdeal and investors are divided over the choices available before them. Though, Flipkart has sent a revised offer, Snapdeal is worried about the terms and clauses in the proposal.

“All have their own preferences. Now they will have to sit down and arrive at a decision,” sources privy to the development said. The investors and the founders have been meeting and discussing the options before them. Softbank has been pushing the Flipkart merger deal and it had brought the founders and minority investors on the same page after much efforts.

Here’s the Only Way You Should be Drinking LaCroix Seltzer

in-between with LaCroix: You either love it or hate it. The no-sugar, no-calorie, carbonated sparkling water drink has exploded in popularity the past few years, and every day, it seems, someone posts their love for the drink on social media. You can’t walk into a Whole Foods without seeing a massive shrine to the stuff. Me? I average at least 8 cans per day.

Ducati unveils Scrambler Desert Sled at Rs 9.32 lakh

Ducati, the Italian iconic racing motorcycle maker, has introduced the new Scrambler Desert Sled off-road bike in the country with prices starting at Rs 9.32 lakh at Delhi showroom.

The Ducati Scrambler is already available in a number of flavours, the company has given for the Scrambler Desert Sled a serious overhaul with a modified and strengthened chassis, higher-spec long-travel suspension and an accompanying jump in ground clearance.

All these combined features make the machine a far more capable motorcycle off-road than its standard siblings.

Cygnett Hotels & Resorts eyes expansion

Cygnett Hotels & Resorts, a fast growing hotel brand with six sub-brands in six different categories, has lined up an ambitious plan of throwing open more than 103 hotels with over 5000 keys across 75 cities. That’s not all. Cygnett is going to expand its footprints beyond the borders.  As starter, the company is also looking at Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Vietnam for its overseas growth, said Sarbendra Sarkar, founder and managing director, Cygnett Hotels & Resorts.

Honda Cliq 110 cc Scooter Launched

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India, country's second biggest two-wheeler maker by sales, on Wednesday rolled out the affordable new Honda Cliq scooter in Maharashtra, India’s biggest scooter market, to penetrate the semi-urban and rural markets in the country.

Jeep launches petrol variant of Grand Cherokee

Ahead of the launch of its first made-in-India model  – the all new Jeep Compass sports utility vehicle (SUV) in India, the American SUV maker on Wednesday introduced the petrol variant of the Grand Cherokee SUV to boost sales. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles India also announced new prices across its luxury range in the country. The revised prices make Grand Cherokee SRT cheaper by Rs 5 lakh and Grand Cherokee Limited Diesel cheaper by a whopping Rs 18.49 lakh to woo the buyers in the country. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles India also announced new prices across its luxury range in the country.

New York’s First Formula E Race Electrifies Fans

For years Formula 1 organisers have tried to bring Formula racing to New York City, but to no avail. Budget constraints, noise concerns, and political challenges within the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) stymied attempts.

But last week the FIA Formula E Qualcomm New York City ePrix—a race that pits electricity-powered cars against each other for nearly 50 laps around a 1.2-mile hairpin course—did it. More than 15,000 fans attended the ePrix, which ran for two days along the water in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Tickets sold out days before the gates opened.