Apps that can help you skip that car dealership visit.
JUST like the Navi, there are cars that you can explore via an official app. They replicate nearly everything youa��d want to experience before your purchasea��except maybe that a�?new cara�� smell.
Slotted for a June launch, this sub-4 metre sedan from Volkswagen can be toured at the touch of a button. Photo and video galleries detail the exteriors and interiors of the car, while a variant-wise breakdown of features helps potential buyers decide on the trim thata��s perfect for them. Pre-bookings can be done through the app, too. Details: volkswagen.co.in
Renault started the trend of car-buying apps in India, with the launch of the mobile app for the Kwid. Apart from a 360-degree view of the car, it also lists reviews and comparisons with competing models. The app is a hit, considering that as of May, the Renault has received 1.25 lakh bookings and sold 50,000 units of the Kwid since its launch last September. Details: renault.co.in
Besides a view of the exterior and interior of the new Tata hatchback, aspiring owners can also get a quick a�?virtuala�� test drive. TheA� app immerses the user in a simulated environment, where they can experience what ita��s like to be inside a Tiago. The virtual experience also includes a quick cameo from Tataa��s brand ambassador, footballer Lionel Messi. Details: tatamotors.com/