With December rolling in the season of Christmas and New Year, you might consider giving yourself a gift. If cars are on your mind then what better way is there to roll in this New Year. The car manufacturers have a number of new launches lined up for you. We have got you covered with a list of these upcoming cars.
The Toyota Belta is expected to be valued between Rs 8.80-11.70 lakh (ex-showroom). The Toyota Belta will, for the most part, be fueled by Maruti-obtained 1.5-litre petroleum engine that produces 103bhp and 138Nm of force. The transmission choices could incorporate a five-speed manual gearbox and a four-speed torque converter automatic transmission.
The Toyota Belta get features such as projector headlamps, LED DRLs, automatic climate control, 16-inch alloy wheels, a new three-slat chrome grille, a touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, and a rear parking camera.
It is expected to be priced between Rs 15 lakh to Rs 20 lakh (ex-showroom). The Kia KY is likely to be powered by 1.5-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engines. It is expected to be launched in both diesel and manual engines. The car is based on the current generation Seltos. However, being a six/seven-seater, it will be longer than Seltos.
The car will have features like dual-tone alloy wheels, roof rails, plastic cladding around the wheel arches, and an electric sunroof.
Mahindra eXUV 300
The Mahindra eXUV300 has been uncovered at the Auto Expo 2020, with an expected price of 14 lakhs (ex-showroom). The model, scheduled to be dispatched in India in 2021, will be accessible in two variations including Standard and Extended Range. The Mahindra eXUV300 will be controlled by a battery created by Mahindra Electric in relationship with LG Chem. The company claimed that this Lithium-Ion battery pack is professed to return a range of 300kms in a single charge.
You will find a new air grille, upgraded front, and back guards, new headlamps and taillights, new composite haggles front and back guards.
Coming with an expected price of rupees 12-16 lakhs (ex-showroom), the first-gen HR-V was presented in 1999 and the second-gen came around in 2014. The flow model is a facelift that was dispatched in 2016 in the ASEAN markets and this is the model which will advance toward India. It depends on a similar stage as the City and Jazz and measures 4295x1770x1605mm in aspect. The HR-V has a wheelbase of 2610mm and a ground leeway of 180mm. Appearance shrewd, the current cycle of the HR-V is an attractive-looking vehicle. It sports Honda's new plan language as seen on the CR-V.
The Hyundai Casper is expected to be brought to India in early 2022. Expected to launch at a price between the Rs 4 to 7 lakh price bracket, it will be offered with a 1.0-litre MPi engine that produces 68bhp and 95Nm. The more powerful versions will be fitted with Hyundai’s 1.0-litre turbo petrol that produces 98bhp and 172Nm. This engine is offered as standard with a five-speed manual.
This car features a compact and upright design with many chunky elements to give it a big appearance. The front gets round low set headlamps, a large silver grille, and LED DRLs near the top. The Casper gets square wheel arches, upright stance, flush door handles for the second row and large wheels to complete the full SUV appearance. The rear gets a large bumper with big tail lamps and LED indicators for that added premium appearance.
Tata Altroz EV
Tata Altroz EV could be launched with a similar battery pack that is as of now utilized in the Nexon EV. However, the model is probably going to get an alternate power result and driving reach. The driving reach could lie on a 300km imprint.
The EV version of Altroz is expected to receive a new grille, a new teal blue colour, electric blue accents all around, and the absence of an exhaust pipe at the rear.