Europe is home to one of the world’s largest automotive sectors. Automobile manufacturers such as BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Audi, Porsche, Jaguar, and Bentley all call Europe home. A sizable chunk of the continent’s GDP and millions of jobs can be traced back to this sector.

When compared to the third quarter of 2021, ACEA reports that the market share of battery electric vehicles in Europe increased to 11.9% in the third quarter of 2022. Hybrid electric vehicles’ share of the EU auto market increased to 22.6% in the third quarter of 2022, from 21.2% in the same quarter the previous year. Despite the growing popularity of battery-electric vehicles (BEVs), cars powered by internal combustion engines still account for 54.3% of the European market.

The last week saw a number of significant updates and launches in the automotive industry, ranging from the most affordable electric micro-car in India to full-size luxury SUVs. We’ve compiled a list of the most relevant news items to get you up to speed:

The Atto 3 EV is the second product from the Chinese automaker to be released in India. It comes in a single fully-loaded variant with a price tag of Rs 34 lakh and a claimed range of over 500 kilometres (ex-showroom).

Launched in India at a starting MSRP of Rs 77.50 lakh, the new Grand Cherokee is now available to the public. The SUV can be purchased as a CKD (completely knocked down) unit, and it is being built at the automaker’s Ranjangaon plant in Pune.

The Tiago NRG CNG trims have been priced, and they are Rs 90,000 more expensive than the standard variants. Tata’s crossover hatchback NRG trims are available with the company’s i-CNG technology. See More In below Link