Audi Q3 petrol variant unveiled at Rs 32.2 lakh


Audi, the German luxury car manufacturer on Thursday unveiled a new variant of the Q3 with a 1.4-liter petrol engine for Rs 32.20 lakh onwards ex-showroom New Delhi.

The new Q3 marks the introduction of the highly anticipated petroleum motor for its prominent auto and joins the Q3 2.0 TDI FWD and 2.0 TDI Quattro propelled as of late.

The Q3 lineup gets reinforced with the new Audi Q3 1.4 TFSI FWD. With this expansion, we have three new motor choices accessible for our best model. The Q3 has been a section leader as far back as its presentation and our smash hit show, Rahil Ansari, Audi India head said in an announcement.

The new auto offers a mileage of 16.9 km a liter, he stated, including it is mounted 6 speed transmission that he help quicken the auto from 0 to 100 in 8.9 seconds.

Malaysian lubes producer Petronas Lubricants today propelled an extraordinary lube for bicycles that can oppose motor worry to draw out the motor life and enhance riding quality.

Petronas Sprinta, the new lube is the Malaysian companys lead scope of cruiser ointments, the organization said in an announcement.

Propelling the lubes, bunch CEO Giuseppe DArrigo stated, bicycle stress is regularly brought about by high shear conditions that outcomes from extreme mechanical anxiety and high temperature inside the motor, prompting languid execution and this lube can help lessen this a considerable measure as it presents to 41 for each penny higher oil film quality than the business benchmark.

“Petronas Sprinta is figured with solid oil film that upgrades oil strength to address the separating impacts of bicycle stress. At last, the point is to address the very issues that bicycle proprietors face to give better riding knowledge and longer bicycle life,” DArrigo said.

This higher oil film cover alone helps the motor to bear the impacts of load, speed and motor worry without separating, while at the same time permitting the bicycle to react better. It didn’t offer the cost of the new lube.

Worldwide extravagance firm Montblanc today said it has restricted in South African cricketer A B de Villiers as the brand diplomat in South Africa and India.

He will be the substance of Montblanc over all classes including watches, composing instruments, mens frill and cowhide merchandise, the organization said in an announcement.