With the Union Government banning the use of the red beacon on vehicles, the VIP culture in India finally got its medicine. We have been used to, since a long time watching government dignitaries buzzing past, with traffic for them being either diverted or stopped. This move, good for the common man brings joy and makes our country step towards an equality of sorts. So, what all cars will you now not be able to see with a beacon on top? Here is a list of all those government cars which can now not be seen with a beacon!
The Tata Safari, India’s one of the favorite SUV, is also quite preferred by Government dignitaries. It rugged road presence for sure is one of the reasons why its have been opted for carrying VIP individuals. Tata Motors are to soon provide this vehicle with a generation update.
Maruti’s c-segment sedan, the SX4, was discontinued in India, after the launch of the Ciaz. But when the same was in production, it soon beame the prefered choice for those politicians who were looking for a comfortable yet practical sedan.
Maruti’s yet another c-segment sedan, the SX4 replacement Ciaz is too amongst the preferred lot for politician. With its mild-hybrid technology, it is one of the most fuel efficient sedan in the Indian car market.