Delhi Auto Expo 2010: Latest News

The Delhi Auto Expo 2010 is well underway; a number of cars have already been previewed. One of the first cars to be showcased was the Toyota Etios, but Honda, Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen also has something to offer. The most interesting seems to be the new Honda model.

The Honda New Small Concept is to be launched in India and Thailand some time next year, this small compact car will still be able to offer seating for five people. The design is stylish and reminds us a little of the new Ford Fiesta. Honda has been clever when designing the new vehicle; the forward vendor makes the car look much larger than it is. More details can be found at Auto123.

Mercedes has on show a number of vehicles at the Auto Expo 2010, with ‘Pure Fascination’, as their theme. The cars that they have on show include the new C 250, a new AMG range as well as the latest E 350 and E 350CDI. Mercedes-Benz also thought it was the perfect opportunity to launch two luxury models, the M-Class Luxury and the E-Coupe. More details can be found at Wheels Unplugged.

VW were on hand to launch their new Polo, this premium hatchback has been in the design stage for some time now, so is nice to finally see it in the flesh. For more details, visit

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Written by Peter Chubb

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