Auto Expo 2020: Top-five cars unveiled on Day 2 of India's mega motor show1 min read . Updated: 07 Feb 2020, 09:37 AM IST
- It was yet another exciting day at Auto Expo 2020 with the new Creta and Brezza stealing the limelight.
Auto Expo 2020 continued to up the game and several prominent car manufacturers showcased products that are established crowd-pullers on Thursday, the second day of the premier motor show.
(Also read: Top cars showcased on Day 1 of Auto Expo)
From Hyundai and Maruti to Mercedes, there were several launches through the day and here are five of the most prominent ones:
Hyundai showcased the much-awaited and eagerly anticipated Creta 2020 at Auto Expo on Thursday. With Shah Rukh Khan adding star power to the event, the SUV held its own thanks to extensive design changes on the outside and a list of new features within. It comes with BS 6-compliant 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engines, and also gets a 1.4-litre turbo option. The car will be launched in March. (Read more here)
Maruti Suzuki drove in the all-new Vitara Brezza to a massive reception. Four years after first showcasing it at Auto Expo 2016, Brezza stole the spotlight yet again on Wednesday thanks to bold styling elements and a 1.5-litre K Series petrol engine which also comes with mild hybrid technology. (Read more here)
Based on Volkswagen's modular electric drive matrix (MEB) platform, the ID.CROZZ electric concept vehicle was revealed at Auto Expo 2020. A result of mating a four-door coupe with SUV styling and proportions, the concept car looks quite stunning and VW claims it can be charged to 80% in under 40 minutes. It has a top speed of 180 kmph and has a full range of 500 kilometers. (Read more here)
MG Motor got back to the action courtesy the six/seven seater version of Hector. Called Hector Plus, the car comes with more premium look and customisable seating (2+2+2/2+3+2) configuration. The interiors have been revamped and on the outside, there are all-new headlamps, front grille, front/rear bumpers, rear taillight design, and revised skid front/rear plates. The car will go on sale later in 2020, according to MG Motor.
V-Class Marco Polo
Mercedes-Benz has launched the Marco Polo edition of V-Class MPV which is essentially a luxury hotel on wheels. It gets a full size bed, a kitchenette, numerous cabinets and foldaway tables too. Priced at ₹1.38 crore (ex showroom), the V-Class Marco Polo boasts of a 2.2-litre, four-cylinder diesel engine which is BS 6 compliant. (Read more here)