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Maruti Igins

The Maruti Ignis has been launched in India and the new urban compact car aims at changing the concept of compact cars in the Indian market. The Ignis, which comes from the parent car manufacturer Suzuki, was first showcased as the Suzuki iM-4 concept at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show and later unveiled at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show.

Ssangyong-Tivoli

Introducing our exciting new Tivoli, a truly leading-edge design combining luxury, style and performance at a price as comfortable as its ride. Tivoli can be yours for as little as INR9.30 – INR13.00 Lakhs, and features cruise control, smart steering and 7 airbags as standard.

Tata Nexon

Tata Nexon was recently spotted testing in production ready avatar sans camouflage. Nexon will soon debut in the subcompact SUV space to take on the likes of Ford EcoSport and Maruti Vitara Brezza, the strongest players in the segment. The spotted model seemed to be the range topping trim in the line-up. Prior to its unveiling at the 87th Geneva Motor Show, the SUV was showcased at last year’s Auto Expo.

Ferrari-GTC4Lusso

Powerful yet sophisticated, sporty yet luxurious, Ferrari’s new 12-cylinder really does make every journey a radically different experience. Whether being driven solo or with all four seats occupied, the latest addition to the Ferrari range puts people at the centre of a whole new world. The GTC4Lusso was designed to deliver different and entirely surprising emotions.

Suzuki Swift Dezire 2017

New Maruti Swift DZire 2017 has been in the news lately. The company has officially released a teaser image of the new DZire 2017. This will be launched sometime in May 2017.

Maruti Suzuki YJC (WagonR MPV)

Maruti Suzuki ,the country’s largest carmaker, has imported a couple of units of the Wagon R 7-seater MPV, code named YJC, to India for research & development purpose.

Hyundai Xcent 2017 Model

The new Hyundai Xcent is available in both petrol and diesel fuel options. The diesel version of the compact sedan comes powered with the 2nd generation, 1.1-litre U2 CRDi diesel engine that produces a maximum power of 71bhp at 4000rpm and a torque of 180Nm between 1750rpm – 2500rpm. It has displacement capacity of 1120cc.

Volkswagen Tiguan

Volkswagen has started the local production of the Tiguan in India. It is being manufactured at VW Group’s Aurangabad facility in Maharashtra. Since the local production of the Tiguan has started, it’s likely to be launched soon as well.

Lexus RC

Lexus RC-F is the automaker’s top-of-the-line performance coupe and is crackling of a model. Lexus India imported to the car to India for homologation and is expected to launch the car by 2018.

Jeep Renegade

Built on the small wide, 4×4 platform that also underpins Fiat 500X, Jeep Renegade is likely to be introduced in India via CBU route. Although, localisation is on cards but it will take some time post launch.

Lexus LX

The Lexus LX 450d is the only non-hybrid model to the introduced by the Toyota-owned Lexus brand in India. It was one of the first models that were imported into the country for homologation and Lexus India will announce the prices of the SUV soon.

Audi Q2

Audi Q2, the smallest crossover SUV in Audi’s Q series will be positioned below the popular Q3 model in India. Previewed at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, Audi Q2 is aimed at the younger audience. It has a bold stance and sports new styling tenet that ‘exhibits an independent character within Q family’. The upcoming Q2 was lately showcased at the Bogota Motor Show in Colombia and is slated to launch in India in 2017.

Hyundai Ioniq

The world’s first car offered in three electrified versions.
Ioniq gives you the power of choice. Each model, all-electric, hybrid and plug-in hybrid, is based on a dedicated vehicle platform designed to enhance efficiency, comfort and handling.

Volkswagen Passat GTE

Volkswagen is planning to bring back the Passat to India after discontinuing the premium saloon last year. The new-generation model, already on sale in international markets, gets a 79mm longer wheelbase, is 2mm shorter in length.

New Hyundai Fluidic Verna

The 2017 Hyundai Verna made its debut at the Beijing Auto Show held in May 2016. Its highlights include Hyundai’s Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 design language. The new Hyundai Verna was recently launched in China at a starting price of Chinese equivalent of Rs. 7.20 lakh.

Chevrolet Essentia

At the Auto Expo 2016, General Motors announced its plans to launch a compact sedan based on next-gen Chevrolet Beat in 2017. It will be based on the India-spec 2017 Chevrolet Beat’s platform. GM India revealed an almost production-ready version of the Beat compact sedan at the Expo.

New Hyundai EON

Hyundai’s Alto rivalling Eon hatchback is up for an upgrade. Launched in India in October 2011, the small hatchback could not fetch desirable numbers as expected. While the fluidic design language caught attention, the hatchback was considered to be a bit overpriced. Currently the Eon line-up is available with petrol and LPG fuel options missing out on the diesel variants.

Toyota Vios

Toyota’s upcoming mid-sized sedan christened Vios is already on sale in emerging markets where it is positioned beneath Corolla. In Indian market, Vios could be positioned in the C+ segment where it will field against strong contenders that have already set a high standard in terms of styling. Looks apart, the pricing has to be aggressive to attenuate competition around.

Hyundai i30

The new Hyundai i30 hatchback is built on the company latest design language, like the new-gen Elantra and the upcoming Verna. That is why you’ll see that the car now comes with Hyundai’s latest Cascading grille design bordered by chrome outline.

Datsun Go-Cross

Due to the tremendous response received in this year’s Expo, Datsun has fast-tracked the launch of GO Cross compact SUV to 2017. Borrowing the same GO+ MPV’s platform, the company is looking to further bring down the costs of the platform by industrialising some of its parts locally.