Renault to discontinue diesel models in India
Following Maruti Suzuki, Renault is now the second car manufacturer to stop selling diesel vehicles in India next year. The background is a stricter emissions standard, comparable to the Euro 6 standard in Europe, which will come into force in India on 1 April 2020.
Click tip I: A survey among 4,000 Tesla Model 3 reservation holders show, that they are not in for the base version but will likely opt for upgrades instead. Autopilot is the most popular option (67%) and 58% want a battery upgrade.
Click tip II: What is the cheapest way to run a car? If you do it electrically. The U.S. ministry of energy has pointed that out in a graphic, which lists annual fuel costs ranges by fuel type. Gasoline is by far the most expensive and electricity the cheapest, despite subsidised diesel being scarily cheap.