New Delhi, Aug 3 (PTI) German luxury carmaker BMW today launched its new BMW 320d Edition Sport priced at Rs 38.6 lakh (ex-showroom), expanding its 3 Series model portfolio.The new car, which will be locally assembled at the companys plant at Chennai, is powered by a TwinPower Turbo diesel engine producing an output of 190 hp with a top speed of of 250 km/hr, BMW India said in a statement.”With the launch of the new BMW 320d Edition Sport, we go a step further in presenting a well-balanced portfolio of the BMW 3 Series,” BMW Group India President Vikram Pawah said.The model is equipped with safety features such as six air bags, anti-lock braking system (ABS) with brake assist, dynamic stability control (DSC) and side-impact protection, among others.It also has ISOFIX child seat mounting, runflat tyres (RFT) with reinforced sidewalls and electronic vehicle immobiliser and crash sensor, the company added. PTI RKL BAL
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zoom Two ballast tanks aboard the 121,946 dwt liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier Al Khattiya were breached with a loss of some ballast water after the ship was hit by an oil tanker on February 23 off Fujairah, United Arab Emirates. The vessel’s manager Shell International Trading and Shipping Company Ltd (Stasco) said that the incident did not cause any injuries or pollution from Al Khattiya.Additionally, the company informed that cargo tank pressures are stable indicating that there is no loss of LNG containment from the cargo tanks.At the time of the incident the 2009-built carrier, owned by Qatar-based shipping firm Nakilat, was at anchor after it previously discharged its cargo.“Al Khattiya is stable and remains at anchor while further checks take place. These will include detailed inspections,” a representative from the company said, adding that Shell has mobilised its emergency response team and is in contact with the vessel’s owner and relevant authorities.The other vessel involved in the collision is the oil tanker Jag Laadki, operated by India’s Great Eastern Shipping company. The extent of the damage from the incident aboard the oil tanker is currently unknown.