2016 Auto Expo highlights: BMW, Datsun, Ford and Isuzu

01 Oct 2015 Team OD


BMW showcased quite a few vehiclesat the 2016 Auto Expo. There were some showstoppers like the 6 Series Gran Coupe, the M4 and the gorgeous i8 that were displayedjust to bring in the crowds. However, besides these they also launched two new vehicles at the Expo - the 2016 7 Series and the all-new X1. Click onthe links below to know more.

2016 BMW 7 Series

BMW 7 Series (3)

2016 BMW X1

BMW X1 (5)


Datsun didn't launch anything at the 2016 Auto Expo. However, they did showcase a couple of interesting concepts and one legendary car. Datsun's pavilion at the Expo hadthe Go-Cross concept, a race-spec version of the Go and of course, the 510 rallycar that won the 18th East African Safari Rally.

Datsun Go-Cross concept

The Datsun GO-cross Concept showcases the brand's vision for possible expansion of the Datsun GO/GO+ family in high growth markets. The concept investigates the market potential of a cross-over with spirit and a sense of adventure. It's a car that fully handles the day-to-day routine yet still has plenty left for holidays or weekend fun.

Datsun Bluebird 1600 SSS and Go-Rally

Datsun 510 Rally car (5)


Ford'sregular cars like the Figo, Figo Aspire and the EcoSport got a reasonable amount of attention at their pavilion. The new Endeavour,though, saw a little moreinterest. But the company's biggest showstopper at the Auto Expo 2016 was the 5.0-litre V8 Mustang that makes 420PS and 529Nm.

Ford Mustang

2016 Ford Mustang Showcase (4)


Isuzu hasn't had a very good run in India these past couple of years. However, the company is looking to turn its luck around with the D-Max V Cross. This truck could pick up the pick-up sales in India with an expected starting price of around Rs 14 lakh for the double-cab 4x4 variant.

IsuzuD-Max V Cross

isuzu dmx(1)

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