Here’s every car news worth your attention from the past week

Hyundai Santro Crash Test: The Global NCAP crash tested the base variant of the made-in-India Hyundai Santro under its #SaferCarsForIndia campaign. The results aren’t quite rosy but you can form your own opinion by reading this full report.

Maruti Ertiga Crash Test: Of the four cars tested, the Ertiga was the only people mover. The 7-seater received acceptable safety ratings for the adult as well as the child occupant. Click here for the score and detailed report.

A New MG Hector Rival: Competition for the MG Hector could be coming from the home turf in the form of Great Wall Motor’s Haval H6 mid-size SUV that is expected to make its debut at the 2020 Auto Expo. GWM Motor has already started investing in a manufacturing facility in Gujarat and is now expected to bring a barrage of SUVs to display at the big-ticket motor show.

Tata Altroz Official Unveil: Tata’s much-awaited Altroz will finally be making its official debut in December 2019, followed by launch soon after. How soon? Here’s the answer.

Maruti WagonR Crash Test: The high-selling Maruti hatchback has also been tested by the Global NCAP and the results aren’t flattering, to say the least. How safe are you if you own the new WagonR? Here’s a full report answering the same.