The cult status of Volvo FH is attributed to its remarkable reliability, cutting-edge technology, driver comfort, and exceptional safety, evolving consistently over three decades spanning five generations, to capture the hearts of drivers and fleet owners worldwide.
This section covers the nostalgic accounts of automobile models, their memories, histories, and their cultural footprints.
London’s legendary double-decker buses tow us back in time, they also hold the cue for the future of twin-storey buses in many markets including India.
Launched in 1993, Volvo FH heavy truck is perhaps the most successful truck series ever produced worldwide with about one million trucks sold.
Ashok Leyland’s Comet truck platform built the brand image of the company out of its startling reliability, performance, and popularity.
HM Ambassador’s iconic nameplate has been sold-off to Peugeot Group for INR 80 crores. Does that mean the Amby is returning in new avatar?
Honda’s first car was a rear-wheel-drive mini truck, but had brute 9,000 rpm DOHC engine from a sportscar!
Fiat 124 Spider traces back to the original 1966 Pininfarina-designed Fiat 124, bringing back the iconic styling and energy that is still appreciated even after 50 years.
Trekka (1966-1973) was a popular vehicle in New Zealand, which used the mechanicals of classic Skoda Octavia combi of 1960s.
Toyota Corolla has cheered up more than 44 million households so far since 1966, passing on the legacy across multiple generations all these years.
Skoda Octavia is the Czech brand’s global bestseller with more than five million units sold in two decades since its launch in 1996. The car is at the heart of the brand even today.