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Leading auto brands like Toyota, Volkswagen, Honda Cars, DSK, Maruti Suzuki, Tata Motors, Hero, Mahindra & Mahindra and many more displayed most of their leading products at the event. Japanese automaker Toyota Kirloskar Motors showcased the new facelifted version of their flagship cars Innova and Fortuner. Toyota Etios Cross was also a part of the event. The new Innova, which marks the completion of 10 years of its existence in the country, featured some noticeable exteriors styling and refurbished interiors. Toyota also showcased the new Fortuner –launched last month alongside the new Innove – which now comes with a 2.5-litre and a 3.0-litre engine option both of which are diesel.

Audi, Jaguar, Toyota and More Participate in MIMS 2015: Rolls Royce Ghost Series II becomes the major highlight

The event also saw some classics in the house. Some of the classice vintage cars showcased at the show were  the 1929 Rolls Royce 20HP owned by Fali Dhondi, Wolsseley 1922 4-cylinder convertible owned by Nitin Dossa and the M.G.TC 1947 owned by Yashwardhan Ruia. 

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As for the motomaniacs, the 2015 Mumbai International Motor Show saw a huge line-up of superbikes from leading brands like Benelli, Triumph, Suzuki, Honda and more. Benelli brought in its entire line-up of soon to be launched motorcycles including the TNT 1130, TNT 899 and the TNT 600GT. British-bred Triumph also brought in its entire line-up of motorcycles including the Daytona 675R and the Thunderbird LT. Coming to some meaner and more powerful offering, the 2015 MIMS superbike line-up saw some adrenaline pumping machines like the muscular Suzuki Hayabusa and the Honda CBR1000R.