These 10 New Cars Will Be Coming To India By April 2020

In February, many new cars were seen at the Auto Expo. Commercial versions of many of these cars will soon be seen racing on the roads. Here we are telling you about 10 such cars that will be launched in India in March-April.

In the last two months, many cars entered the Indian market. In this, we launched many cars such as Tata Altroz, Nexon EV, MG ZS EV and new Vitara Brezza, besides many BS6 models were also seen. The process of launching new cars is not yet over, but many new car companies will launch many new cars in India in March and April. Let's look at the cars that will be launched in India in the next few days.

1. New Creta

10 New Cars Will Be Coming To India By April 2020

Hyundai's new Creta will be launched in India on 16 March. Booking for the new Creta has started. Its booking crossed 10 thousand units in a week. Its booking amount is 25 thousand rupees.

2. Volkswagen T-Roc

10 New Cars Will Be Coming To India By April 2020

Booking of this car has started in India. T-Roc has over 300 units booked so far. The company will announce the price of this car on 18 March. This car will be given a 1.5 liter TSI engine. The company also recently launched the Tiguan All Space 7 seater SUV.

3. Hyundai Verna Facelift

10 New Cars Will Be Coming To India By April 2020

The company has also started booking the 2020 Hyundai Verna Facelift. For 25 thousand rupees, new Verna can be booked from the company's website or dealership. Some changes have been made to the exterior of the car to give it a fresh look. Also, Hyundai's connected car technology bluelink has also been given. Hyundai will otherwise get BS6 compliant new engines in the facelift. The car will feature 1.5-liter petrol and diesel engines, which are taken from the new Creta.

4. Hyundai Elantra Diesel

10 New Cars Will Be Coming To India By April 2020

The facelift model of this car was launched in October last year. Currently, this SUV comes with a 2.0L petrol engine that generates 152Ps of power and 192Nm of torque.

5. New Honda City

10 New Cars Will Be Coming To India By April 2020

The fifth generation model of this most popular car of Honda is also going to be launched. This is one of the biggest launches of this year. The company has confirmed that the new Honda City will be unveiled on 16 March.

6. Maruti Suzuki Dzire Facelift

10 New Cars Will Be Coming To India By April 2020

This company is a top selling compact sedan. The car will be launched soon with some updates. However, no official statement has come from the company regarding this. The car sale will start by the end of this month.

7. Mahindra Thar

10 New Cars Will Be Coming To India By April 2020

The second generation model of this car will be launched by the second week of April. The new Thar is expected to make several design changes. The new Thar will be launched with a better interior than before.

8. Mahindra XUV 300 Sports

10 New Cars Will Be Coming To India By April 2020

It will be the first car of the company to come with a 1.2L turbo petrol engine. This engine generates 130bhp power and 230Nm torque. After the launch, it will be the most powerful petrol car in the country in this category.

9. Maruti S Cross

10 New Cars Will Be Coming To India By April 2020

This car was introduced at Auto Expo 2020. The car will be launched next month. This car will be given 5 speed manual and 4 speed torque converter automatic gearbox. No change will be made in the car's design.

10. Renault Duster Turbo Petrol

10 New Cars Will Be Coming To India By April 2020

It is one of Renault's most popular cars. Now the company will launch this car with a turbocharged petrol engine. The engine used in the Duster will be more powerful than the Kia Seltos and Hyundai Creta engines.

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