Upcoming 10 New Cars Launching Later this Year!

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Tata Nexon CNG

  • Exterior design will see no changes except for iCNG badging on the tailgate and the front fender.
  • Interior design will also see no changes except the instrument cluster will see iCNG fuel gauge; and the dual 30 Litre CNG Cylinder in the boot where spare tyre was kept.
  • Engine Options: 1.2 L Turbo Petrol + CNG (6 Speed MT / AMT)
  • Expected Pricing: Rs. 9 – Rs. 13.50 Lakh
  • Expected Launch: Late May 2024
  • Rivals: Maruti Brezza, and Fronx

Tata Altroz Racer

  • Exterior design changes include connected tail-lamps at rear, multi-spoke alloy wheel design; and chequered flag pattern on the bonnet which is finished in black.
  • Interior design changes include new 10.25-inch infotainment system, and 7-inch digital instrument cluster, black upholstery for the cabin with exterior paint matching stitching and highlights; ambient lights, etc.
  • Engine Options: 1.2 L 3 Cylinder i-Turbo Petrol (118 BHP, 172 NM) (6 Speed MT, 7 Speed DCT Gearbox)
  • New Features: Ventilated Seats, 360 Surround View Camera, Front Parking Sensors, Digital Cluster, 10.25-inch Infotainment System with Wireless Apple Carplay and Android Auto, and more.
  • Expected Pricing: Rs. 10 – Rs. 13 Lakh
  • Expected Launch: June 2024
  • Rivals: Hyundai i20 N-Line

Mahindra Thar 5 Door

  • Exterior Design changes over 3-Door version includes tweaked H-pattern grille, new LED Headlamps, DRLs, Tail-lamps, new alloy wheels, non convertible, new bumpers.
  • Interior Design includes new 10.25-inch infotainment, new upholstery for cabin, tweaked centre console, spacious rear seats, and more space for boot.
  • Based on Body-on-Frame (Zen3) Platform
  • Dimensions will be close to 4.3 M in length with a 2.6 M Wheelbase.
  • Engine Options:
    • 2.2 L 4 Cylinder Diesel (130 BHP, 300 NM) (6 Speed MT / AT)
    • 2.0 L 4 Cylinder Turbo Petrol (130 BHP, 300 – 320 NM) (6 Speed MT / AT)
  • New Features: ADAS, Ventilated Front Seats, Dual 10.25-inch Displays, Sunroof, 360 Camera, Hill Descent Control, 19-inch wheels
  • Expected Pricing: Rs. 15 – Rs. 20 L
  • Launch: August 15th, 2024
  • Rivals: Maruti Suzuki Jimny, Force Gurkha 5-Door

Mahindra XUV 3XO EV

  • Exterior Design will be identical to the ICE version with few notable changes like new 16-inch alloy wheels, tweaked front fascia, and new bumper design – front and rear.
  • Interiors will resemble the ICE version with additional equipments like the Electric Parking Brake with Auto Hold, new cabin theme, and dual-tone theme for dashboard.
  • Based on the INGLO EV platform.
  • Dimensions will be more or less the same as the ICE Version.
  • Battery Specs: 30 – 40 kWh; Range: 350 – 400 KMs
  • Features: Dual-Zone Climate Control, Panoramic Sunroof, Ambient Light, Wireless Charging Pad, Level 2 ADAS, and more.
  • Expected Price: Rs. 10 – Rs. 15 Lakh
  • Expected Launch: Second Half of 2024
  • Rivals: Tata Nexon EV

Citroen Basalt

  • Exterior Design bears close resemblance to C3 Aircross like the identical front fascia with slight different finish. Coupe Roofline, new tail-lamps, dual-tone black & silver bumper, new alloy wheels with gun-metal finish.
  • Interiors wasn’t revealed; but it’ll largely stay similar to the C3 Aircross.
  • Built on the CMP Platform.
  • Dimensions will be close to same as the C3 Aircross.
  • Engine Options: 1.2 L 3 Cylinder Turbo Petrol (108.62 BHP, 190 NM) (6 Speed MT / AT)
  • Features: 10.25-inch Infotainment, Automatic Climate Control, Projector Headlamps, Wireless Charging, Cruise Control, Electric Folding ORVMs, Digital Cluster, etc.
  • Expected Pricing: Rs. 10 – Rs. 13 Lakh
  • Expected Launch: Second Half of 2024
  • Rivals: Citroen C3 Aircross, Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, Upcoming Tata Curvv, and more.

Tata Curvv

  • Exterior Design includes front closed grille (for EV only) and grille with chrome inserts (for ICE version) with LED DRLs covering the front bonnet lip, new 18-inch alloy wheels, connected taillamps, coupe roofline and dual-tone bumpers.
  • Interior includes 12.3-inch infotainment system, 10.25-inch Digital Cockpit Cluster, 4-spoke steering wheel, panoramic sunroof on top, ambient lights for cabin, and touch-sensitive panel for HVAC Control.
  • EV Platform: Acti.ev; & ICE Platform: Tata X1
  • Dimensions: 4.3 Meters in Length, 2.6 Meters Wheelbase, and 408 L Boot Space.
  • Powertrain:
    • Curvv EV Battery Specs 45 – 50 kWh; Range: 500 – 550 KMs; FWD & AWD Option.
    • Curvv ICE: 1.2 L Turbo Petrol (118.35 BHP, 172 NM) (6 Speed MT, 7 Speed DCT)
    • Curvv ICE: 1.5 L Diesel (114 BHP, 260 NM) (6 Speed MT / AT)
  • Features: Front Ventilated Seats, Heads-up Display (HUD), 12.3-inch Infotainment System, Powered Seats, Level 2 ADAS, 360 Camera, and more.
  • Expected Pricing: Rs. 20 – Rs. 25 L
  • Expected Launch:
    • EV – September 2024
    • ICE – November – December 2024

Nissan Magnite Facelift

  • Exterior Design Changes includes new multi-spoke alloy wheels, new LED Tail-lamps, shark fin antenna on top replacing micro-roof antenna, and front profile may include closed Curve-ish V-shape Grille while cube-shape fog lamps on the ends of bumper.
  • Interiors changes include new upholstery, big infotainment system, Digital Instrument Cluster, dual-tone options for the dashboard, tweaked centre console, and more.
  • Built on CMF-A+ Platform.
  • Dimensions will most likely remain the same as before.
  • Engine Options:
    • 1.0 L Turbo Petrol (71.01 BHP, 96 NM) (5 Speed MT / AMT)
    • 1.0 L Turbo Petrol (99 BHP, 160 NM) (5 Speed MT, CVT )
  • New Features: Ventilated Seats, Auto-Dimming IRVM, Sunroof, and more.
  • Expected Price: Rs. 6.50 – Rs. 11.50 Lakh
  • Expected Launch: Late 2024

Tata Harrier EV

  • Exterior design closely matches the ICE version except the front grille design will be body panel with horizontal linings; slightly different air intake design; and EV badging on the front fender and tailgate..
  • Interior design will resemble the ICE version.
  • Based on Acti.ev platform.
  • Battery Specs: 50 – 60 kWh battery pack; 500 – 550 KMs Range; FWD or AWD Drive-type; 4-Wheel-Drive for off-roading.
  • Features: 360 Camera, Level 2 ADAS, Ventilated Seats, 12.3-inch Infotainment System, 10.25-inch Digital Cockpit Cluster, Powered Tailgate, Powered Front Seats, and more.
  • Expected Pricing: Rs. 25 – Rs. 30 Lakh
  • Expected Launch: October – November 2024
  • Rivals: Upcoming Mahindra XUV.e8

Mahindra XUV.e8

  • Exterior design includes connected L-shape LED DRLs, sleek headlamps, connected tail-lamps, 18-inch alloy wheels, dual-tone bumpers, Radar Module on lower air intake, etc.
  • Interiors include 3 Displays, captain seats (2nd row), new upholstery, new dashboard layout, ambient lights, tumble seats (2nd row), and more.
  • Based on XUV700, while the platform it’s built on is INGLO EV.
  • Dimensions will closely match the XUV700.
  • Battery Specs: 60 – 80 kWh; Range: 500 – 600 KMs; FWD & AWD Option.
  • Features: Ventilated Seats, Powered Front Seats, Level 2 ADAS, 360 Camera, Powered Tailgate, Hill Descent Control, and more.
  • Expected Pricing: Rs. 30 – Rs. 35 L
  • Expected Launch: December 2024
  • Rivals: Tata Harrier EV

Hyundai Alcazar Facelift

  • Exterior Design changes include new front fascia similar to new Creta, new alloy wheels, headlamps, connected tail-lamps inspired from Palisade, and updated bumpers.
  • Interior will closely resemble the new Creta while also having Palisade-inspired elements.
  • Based on Hyundai-Kia K2 Platform.
  • Dimensions will see slight increase in Length, Width, and Height.
  • Engine Options:
    • 1.5 L 4 Cylinder Turbo Petrol Engine (157.57 BHP, 253 NM) [6 Speed MT, 7 Speed DCT]
    • 1.5 L 4 Cylinder Diesel Engine (113.98 BHP, 250 NM) [6 Speed MT / AT]
  • Features: New Co-Passenger Powered Seats, Dual-Zone Climate Control, Powered Tailgate, Level 2 ADAS with 19 Features.
  • Expected Price: Rs. 17 – Rs. 22 Lakh
  • Expected Launch: September – October 2024
  • Rivals: Tata Safari, Mahindra XUV700, MG Hector Plus, Kia Carens

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