At the recently concluded Auto Expo event in the country, most major car manufacturers showcased their range of products in the country. Although prices for few models had been announced during the event, a few more is expected to be launched in the months to come. So here below are four new model which are expected to be launched next month.
Back at the recently concluded Auto Expo event in the country, Honda unveiled the second generation Amaze for India. The new model is built on all new platform and is more aerodynamic than its predecessor. The rear section looks all-new owing to a new boot-lid and new LED tail lamps. As for the interior, the vehicle now gets a new 7-inch Digipad touchscreen infotainment system along with a host of new features. The new model will continue to be powered by existing petrol and diesel engine options, however it is believed that the engine might be further tuned to offer better fuel efficiency and power figures.
Loaded with fresh upgrades, the new Duster looks modern from every angle. The new model has dumped its boxy motif and is now curvier, somewhat similar to the new Captur. The vehicle gets larger 17-inch wheels along with interior upgrades in form of dashboard layout, infotainment screen, and redesigned rectangular air-vents. Mechanically, it will continue to be powered in existing engine options.
Tata Nexon AMT
Tata latest product, the Nexon has regenerated customer interest in the brand. The Indian utility vehicle manufacturer showcased the AMT version of its popular seller at the recently concluded 2018 Auto Expo Event in the country. In an effort to further boost its sales, the company will be introducing an AMT option in the top-spec XZA variant in petrol and diesel guise. The top-spec variant comes loaded with features such as touchscreen system with floating display, climate control, drive modes and height adjustment for the driver’s seat.
The Jaguar E-Pace, a five-seat compact SUV has been on sale in the European market for a while now. The exterior design elements are inspired by the F-Type sports car and is characterised by the distinctive gaping grille, muscular proportions, short overhangs and powerful haunches. The 2.0-litre four-cylinder Ingenium diesel power plant is available in 150bhp, 180bhp and 240bhp outputs, while the pair of 2.0-litre four-cylinder Ingenium petrol turbo units deliver 249bhp or 300bhp. Post launch, it is expected to compete against the likes of Mercedes-Benz GLA, BMW X1 and Audi Q3.