United Motors, the brains behind United Auto Bravo Hatchback are reportedly working on an automatic variant of their first and quite popular car.
An image of the automatic United Bravo has been shared by an automotive fanatic which shows the inside of the hatchback’s cabin and the right-side drive.
However, what was also picked up was that the gear level is somewhat inspired by their Dahe DH350s left-hand variant.
The Bravo was first introduced by United Motors last year in September for a price of Rs 8.45 lakhs. In November, the distribution of the locally assembled vehicle had started. However, due to the Rupee depreciation, the price was increased to 8.95 lakhs.
On the other hand, Prince announced the Prince Pearl Rex-7 which is a competitor to the Bravo, which is reportedly the same price and offers the same specifications and features as the Bravo.
More news and further details about the car will soon be shared with time.
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