Toyota Vios launching date, price and specifications

Toyota Vios launching date, price and specificationsToyota Vios will be launching by early 2018 with it dynamic design and premium look and will be providing a tough competition to Honda city, Hyundai Verna, Maruti suzuki Ciaz and other premium sedans in the market. The exterior of the Toyota Vios comes with an aggressive and elegant look that is all because of the large cosmetic inputs all around the body of the car. The radiator grill on the front bumper is the main part that helps in making the car look so elegant and also highlights the logo of the company Toyota. The bumper looks more extended than the previous model and the day time running lights placed separately on the bumper looks something different, unlike the other sedans.  The Vios comes with the projector headlamps and the two front fog lamps and also the rear fog lamps that would help in visibility at the time of bad weather conditions such as rain.

The car comes with the automatic wing mirrors that get folded automat…

Defencive cars used by the defence sector

The Defencive cars used by the defence sector

Along with the tanks and trucks their are many defencive cars which are used by the armed forces for protection of nation which may also be used for their traveling purpose or act as a source for shifting defencive goods from one place to another.
The defencive sector is divided into different units on the basis of air defence, water defence, land defence and each of these units require some mode of transportation. There are different automotive companies that offers their cars to defence sector which includes Mahindra , Tata, Ambassador, Maruti etc. The list of vehicles used by the armed forces in India-

Maruti Gypsy

The Maruti is one of the private sector supplier of vehicles to the government officials . One of the mostly used defencive vehicle by them is Maruti Gypsy which was introduced in 1986 and this is also reviewed by customers as king of jungles because it is designed in such a way that it can be used for off roads aswell and thus it is ideal for the army men to travel a long off road distance. The Gypsy is now only designed for the defence sector and it is used by the low rank army officers in India.
The car comes in two models one is hard-top and the another is soft-top version and both are suitable for off road travelling and you will definitely find this car on the mountainous regions and even on sandy base. Along with the great performance the car is reliable and easy to repair that is the best thing that the army men has no need to wait for their journeys as they can easily repair small faults of Gypsy.

Hindustan motors Ambassador

This is one of the royal and the oldest car of the Indian automotive sector which is still being produced by Hindustan motors from the year 1954. The comfort is still alive in the car from past 51 years and it is assigned to the commanders and the high post officials in India. The king of Indian roads is a powerful and solid car in terms of it's body and engine and also offers a classic look from outside. The prominent officials still prefer Ambassador for their journeys and offers a sitting capacity for 5 passengers. The biggest reason for opting this car by the defence force is safety as the car is safer than the upcoming cars in India.

Tata Sumo

It is the big utility vehicle from Tata , suv based Sumo used for covering the long distance journeys for both public and the armed forces. We might have seen the Tata Sumo's in green colour with medical sign on it  which signifies that the car is for the defencive purpose as the Indian defence force uses the car as a medical van which is stored with medicines and other inputs that are needed to the army men.
It is a spacious car that can carry upto six solders in case of emergencies during the war and also as a medical van it is stored with the basic clinic environment from inside to cure the patients in case away from hospitals.

Willys Jeep 

This was one of the first military vehicle produced in US.
This is commonly known as Jeep and was introduced in 1941 and still used by the armed forces in not only India but the Willys Jeep is used as a defencive truck in USA.
Now the use of this car is reduced as compared to it's use in the earlier wars in India as the car does not have roof for the protection to the army men but is ideal to the desert areas with it's strong grip to the surface and is very light weight to drive in different road conditions.
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