AutoQ is our weekly round-up of automotive stories.Here’s What’ll Happen If You Don’t Get a FASTag By 1 DecemberThe Indian government recently announced that FASTag e-toll payment has been made mandatory for all cars, and will be in effect from 1 December.FASTags use RFID (radio frequency identification) technology, which makes electronic payments possible while crossing the toll. These RFID chipsets are linked to the user’s bank accounts or digital wallets from where the toll can be deducted automatically without the hassle of stopping.However, if you are not able to buy a FASTag by 1 December and land up at a toll, you could land yourself in trouble.Read the full story here.Royal Enfield Electric Bike Could Be Launched Soon & Here’s WhyThe Indian automobile market is going electric as a plethora of two- and four-wheeler makers are switching to building electric vehicles.Royal Enfield is the latest to jump on this bandwagon as even it has said that it is planning to make electric vehicles. Company CEO Vinod Dasari confirmed the same in an interview with The Economic Times.Speaking about the current slowdown in the automobile sector, he said that the worst is over and the company is expected to grow from here on.Read the full story.Buying FASTag for Your Car? Here Are the Top Deals & OffersIf you own a car in India, a FASTag should definitely be on your shopping list. The Government of India has made FASTag mandatory for all cars from 1 December. This is why car-owners are in a rush to get one for themselves as ‘fast’ as possible.The NHAI (National Highways Authority of India) said it will be providing FASTags free of cost at the toll booth for a limited period of time but there are e-commerce platforms & digital wallets like PayTM and Amazon also selling FASTag RIFD devices.Since there are many platforms selling FASTags at various prices here are some offers you can avail.Year-End Discounts: Is It Worth Buying a Vehicle In December?You would have heard people advising you to not buy vehicles in December and to wait for the new year instead. And you would have also heard people telling you that it’s a great time to go bargain-hunting in December.It’s a fact that car and bike manufacturers roll out hefty discounts in December to boost their sales and clear inventory. What do you have to gain or lose from such deals? Here’s a look.Tata’s New 7-Seat SUV Is Called Gravitas, Will Sit Above HarrierThe Tata H7X was the code name for the seven-seat variant of the Tata Harrier (that itself was earlier called the H5X). At the Geneva Motor Show in March 2019, Tata showcased the production-ready version of the H7X and gave it a name – the Tata Buzzard for the international market.Now, the seven-seat SUV has a name for the Indian market – the Tata Gravitas. It will be launched in February 2020. It is being positioned as a luxury SUV that will sit just above the Tata Harrier. It is based on the same platform as the Harrier with just the rear portion modified to accommodate an additional row of seats.Read the full story here. We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. The Quint is now available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, Click here to join.