What’s New On The Indian Roads In 2024? A Sneak Peek At The Upcoming Cars

What’s New On The Indian Roads In 2024 A Sneak Peek At The Upcoming Cars

What’s New On The Indian Roads In 2024? A Sneak Peek At The Upcoming Cars

The year 2023 was full of exciting launches and unveils in the Indian auto industry, such as the Honda Elevate and the facelifted Tata SUVs. But what can we expect in 2024? Here is a list of some of the new cars that are likely to go on sale next year, ranging from SUVs and sedans to EVs and hybrids.

  • Maruti’s New Lineup: The country’s largest carmaker is set to introduce a new generation of the Swift hatchback and the Dzire sedan, with updated looks, features and a new 3-cylinder petrol engine1. Maruti will also launch its first EV, the eVX, which will be a midsize SUV with a 60 kWh battery pack and a claimed range of 550 km2. The S-Presso mini SUV will also get a facelift with minor cosmetic and feature changes.
  • Toyota’s Sub-4m Crossover: Toyota will launch its own version of the Maruti Fronx, which is a sub-4m crossover SUV based on the Baleno platform. The Toyota Taisor will have minor styling tweaks over the Fronx, but will share the same features and powertrain options3.
  • Hyundai’s Refreshed SUVs: Hyundai will give a facelift to its popular SUVs, the Creta and the Alcazar, with new design elements, features and a new 160 PS 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine. Hyundai will also launch the new Tucson, which is a premium SUV with a new interior and a choice of petrol and diesel engines4. Hyundai’s EV portfolio will also expand with the new Kona Electric, the new Santa Fe and the Ioniq 5 N and/or Ioniq 6.
  • Tata’s Electric Punch: Tata will launch the electric version of its micro SUV, the Punch, which will have a new look, more features and a choice of two battery packs with a range of 500 km. Tata will also launch the Curvv EV, which will be a compact SUV-coupe with multiple battery and motor options and a range of over 500 km5. The Nexon, Altroz and Harrier will also get facelifts and/or new variants.
  • Mahindra’s 5-door Thar: Mahindra will launch the much-awaited 5-door version of its iconic off-roader, the Thar, which will have a bigger size, more features and both petrol and diesel engines with 4WD and RWD options. Mahindra will also update the XUV300 and launch the electric versions of the XUV700 and the XUV400.
  • Kia’s Updated Offerings: Kia will launch the facelifted version of its sub-4m SUV, the Sonet, with revised exterior, new features and possibly ADAS. Kia will also bring the new Carnival, which is a luxury MPV with a new design and three engine options. Kia’s EV range will also grow with the EV6, which is a sporty crossover with a 77 kWh battery pack and a 305 PS power output.
  • Skoda’s Performance And Electric Cars: Skoda will launch the Octavia RS iV, which is a plug-in hybrid sedan with a 1.4-litre turbo-petrol engine, an EV-only range of 60 km and a peak power of 245 PS6. Skoda will also launch the Enyaq iV, which is an electric SUV based on the VW Group’s MEB platform, with a 77 kWh battery pack and a range of around 500 km.
  • Volkswagen’s Electric Crossover: Volkswagen will launch the ID.4 GTX, which is an electric crossover based on the MEB platform, with a 77 kWh battery pack and a range of over 500 km. The GTX is the sporty version of the ID.4 and will compete with the Kia EV67. Volkswagen will also update the Taigun and the Virtus with minor changes.
  • Renault’s New Duster And Triber Turbo: Renault will launch the third-gen Duster, which is a compact SUV with a new design, features and a 1.2-litre turbo-petrol engine with FWD and AWD options8. Renault will also launch the Triber Turbo, which will be a sub-4m MPV with a 100 PS turbo-petrol engine and both MT and CVT options.
  • Nissan’s New X-Trail And Magnite Facelift: Nissan will launch the new X-Trail, which is a premium SUV with a new design, features and a choice of a 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine with or without a strong-hybrid powertrain, with both 2WD and AWD options. Nissan will also give a facelift to its sub-4m SUV, the Magnite, with some tweaks to its design and features.
  • Citroen’s Crossover Sedan And EV: Citroen will launch the C3X, which is a crossover sedan derived from the C3 hatchback, with a stylish design, premium features and a 1.2-litre turbo-petrol engine9. Citroen will also launch the C3X EV, which will be an electric version of the crossover sedan, with a larger battery pack, more powerful motor and a better range than the eC3 electric hatchback.

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