German luxury car manufacturer Audi today launched 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 debut of the much-awaited petrol engine for its popular car and joins the Q3 2.0 TDI FWD and 2.0 TDI Quattro launched recently.
The Q3 lineup gets strengthened with the new Audi Q3 1.4 TFSI FWD. With this addition, we have three new engine options available for our most successful model. The Q3 has been a segment leader ever since its introduction and our best-selling model, Rahil Ansari, Audi India head said in a statement.
The new car offers a mileage of 16.9 km a liter, he said, adding it is mounted on 6 speed transmission that he help accelerate the car from 0 to 100 in 8.9 seconds.
Malaysian lubes maker Petronas Lubricants today launched a special lube for bikes that can resist engine stress to prolong the engine life and improve riding quality.
Petronas Sprinta, the new lube is the Malaysian company’s flagship range of motorcycle lubricants, the company said in a statement.
Launching the lubes, group chief executive Giuseppe D’Arrigo said, bike stress is often caused by high shear conditions that results from severe mechanical stress and high temperature inside the engine, leading to sluggish performance and this lube can help reduce this a lot as it offers up to 41 per cent higher oil film strength than the industry benchmark.
“Petronas Sprinta is formulated with strong oil film that enhances oil stability to address the diverging effects of bike stress. Ultimately, the aim is to address the very issues that bike owners face to provide better riding experience and longer bike life,” D’Arrigo said.
This higher oil film cover alone helps the engine to endure the effects of load, speed and engine stress without breaking down, while allowing the bike to respond better. It did not offer the price of the new lube.
Global luxury firm Montblanc today said it has roped in South African cricketer A B de Villiers as the brand ambassador in South Africa and India.
He will be the face of Montblanc across all categories including watches, writing instruments, men’s accessories and leather goods, the company said in a statement.