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8 New Vehicles From India’s Top 4 Auto Brands Will Soon Be Available

The main 4 automakers in India, Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai, Tata Motors, and M&M, intend to introduce brand-new vehicles in the near future.

1. Mahindra Thar Armada & XUV.e8:

Launched in August, the Mahindra Thar Armada will come with three engine options and a choice of manual or automatic transmissions. Compared to the three-door model, this one will be bigger and have an even more luxurious inside with cutting-edge features including a digital console, ADAS, a dual-pane sunroof, and a larger touchscreen. By the end of 2024, the XUV.e8 electric SUV is also anticipated to go on sale. It will be built on the INGLO platform and have a number of similarities with the XUV700.

2. Tata Curvv EV & ICE, Nexon iCNG:

The Curvv’s electric version, which should have a range of more than 500 km, will go on sale in the upcoming months. The ICE version, which will come with a new 1.5L diesel engine and 1.2L direct-injection petrol engine, will be released after that. The Nexon iCNG will be released before the year ends. It was showcased at the Bharat Mobility Global Expo earlier this year.

3. Hyundai Creta EV & Alcazar Facelift:

The Creta EV is expected to make its worldwide debut later this year, with an India launch planned for early 2025. It has been seen undergoing intensive testing both domestically and abroad. It is anticipated that it will use the same electric powertrain as the Kona Electric and take major design influences from the ICE Creta. It is anticipated that this midsize electric SUV would have a range of more than 450 km. Its characteristics will be very similar to those of the standard Creta. With numerous interior and exterior changes, the redesigned Alcazar is also expected to arrive for this holiday season.

4. New Maruti Suzuki Dzire:

The next-generation Dzire will go on sale in India in the upcoming months, and it has already been observed testing on Indian soil several times. Although its design is mostly influenced by the new Swift, it will differ from it and share features with its smaller hatchback sister. A CNG version might be available from the outset, and a new 1.2L Z-series petrol engine will be added to the selection.

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