Buckle up: Top five upcoming cars in India
The car market is once again at the cusp of several new launches that would surely come as great news for enthusiasts as well as prospective buyers.
Hyundai Aura: A sub four-metre sedan, the Aura has been spied testing over the past several months and is reportedly a new-gen version of the Xcent.
Tata Altroz: Tata Motors has bet big on the Altroz and is looking to rev up the hatchback segment in a big way. With cutting-edge style and promise of features galore, the Altroz will go head-on against Maruti Suzuki Baleno and Hyundai Elite i20.
MG ZS EV: MG is finally set to launch the much-awaited ZS EV in India. With the push towards electric vehicles gathering momentum, MG wants to build on the success of Hector and the ZS EV will take on Hyundai Kona.
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Land Rover Defender: This here has been the car of choice for stunts in the upcoming James Bond film 'No Time to Die.' If that does not scream out the capabilities of the Defender, not much can. With a massive road presence, the new Defender is likely to touch Indian shores in the near future.
Audi Q8: Audi is all set to begin 2020 with a bang with the five-seater Q8. The coupe-like SUV sits on 22-inch wheels and combines power with performance seamlessly to justify the kind of price tag it would certainly get.
First Published Date: 14 Nov 2019, 07:10 PM IST
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