Cars Launching in India 2019

Cars Launching in India 2019

CARS OF 2019: Mega list of all the next launches cars in India:

The new cars that should reach the showrooms closest to you in 2019, look like a list of buzzwords for the future, including all our favorites of all time. SUV, Bharat Stage 6, hybrid, plug-in, electric, self-contained cars and, in the case of some early releases on this list, a combination of most of the previous combinations. Here is your list of the main new hatches, sedans, SUVs, hybrids, electric cars and luxury vehicles that will come to India in 2019, to help you plan your purchase better.

List of upcoming cars in 2019 are as follows:

WagonR: Maruti Suzuki has been very strict about it, but you know that it will be based on the car of Japanese specifications (in terms of dimensions) with renewed exteriors more in tune with the sensitivities of India. Expect a new and more spacious cabin, existing engines with an AMT option and all the premium features you will see at on larger Marutis.

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Honda Brio: The new generation small Honda has an impeccable design and loses the exclusive rear glass hatch, although it is a larger size than the previous Brio. The good news is that the cabin is similar to the new Jazz, so it increases its level of quality and space.

Tata 45X-production version: Tata’s Premium hatchback, based on the beautiful 45X concept of the Expo, is expected to break without concealment. He will face the Maruti Suzuki Baleno and pack the Revotron and Revotorq engines, so expect the same.

Hyundai Elantra: The new generation sedan interchanges curves for sharp and angular lines and distinctive triangular headlights. The floor must also be more pleasant, as the new 8-inch floating touch screen occupies a central place, in addition to Hyundai’s SmartSense passive safety technology, which makes it safer than before.

Mahindra XUV300: The XUV300, is a sub-4m SUV based on the SsangYong Tivoli, and will probably have the most powerful 1.5-liter diesel in its class, as borrowed from the Marazzo.

Hyundai Carlino: Styx, Carlino, QXi … whatever it’s called, the compact SUV will be Hyundai’s response to Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza. Everyone’s goal is to get over the reference point, and will have design elements similar to those of Kona. You hope to see new engines, a 1 liter of petrol and 1.5 liters of diesel.

Tata Harrier: The largest SUV in the segment (including the Jeep Compass and the Mahindra XUV500), the newest Tata is based on the Land Rover connection. Only available with a 2-liter diesel engine, with two-wheel drive and manual gearbox, but first impressions are very, very promising.

Skoda Karoq: The replacement of Yeti worldwide, the Karoq has the same sensible style of its older brother, the Kodiaq. You hope to see a 2-liter diesel under the hood of this Hyundai Tucson rival, if not also a 1.5-liter petrol too.

Ford Endeavor: Basic cosmetic updates, plus some features (Apple / Android connectivity and, finally, a start / stop button), but the big news is the possibility of a smaller 2-liter EcoBlue diesel engine with 177PS and 420Nm of torque with a 10-speed automatic, currently for sale in certain international markets.

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