Here, we’ve covered the more than five new car releases that are definitely happening in the near future.
The major 5 Indian automakers, Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai, Tata, Mahindra, and Kia, are getting ready to launch new models as soon as possible. Here is a list of them:
Facelift for Hyundai Creta:
Hyundai will introduce an upgraded Creta, which features a new appearance and interior, in India on January 16, 2024. Along with the addition of a new 1.5L turbocharged petrol engine, the features list will also be revised to include new features including Level 2 ADAS.
The Kia Sonet Makeover:
The Kia Sonet facelift will launch shortly after its December 14, 2023, global debut in India. The updated small SUV will have significant exterior and interior modifications while keeping to the most recent Sensuous Sportiness design concept. The 1.5L diesel, 1.0L turbocharged petrol, and 1.2L petrol engines will still be used.
The Petrol Harrier and Tata Curvv:
Tata Motors will launch the Curvv, an electric vehicle, in India during the first half of next year. It will be positioned above the Nexon EV. On a single charge, it is expected to have a driving range of around 500 kilometers. Next year will also see the release of the Harrier with the 1.5L TGDI petrol engine. The Punch EV and Curvv ICE will also be available in 2024.
Facelift & 5-Door Thar for Mahindra XUV300:
There will be numerous internal and external improvements for the redesigned Mahindra XUV300. The XUV700 and the future BE series have a big impact on the exterior, while the interior will get new features including a larger touchscreen, a revamped center console and dash, and a digital cluster. Expect no changes to the powertrain.
Suzuki Maruti New Generation Swift:
The fourth generation Maruti Suzuki Swift, which has been spotted testing several times in recent weeks, is scheduled to go on sale in India in early 2024. The new Swift will resemble the Swift concept, which debuted at the Japan Mobility Show 2023 in Tokyo recently with evolutionary improvements to its exterior and cabin. The current K series engine might be replaced with a new Z series mild hybrid 1.2L petrol engine. There will be options for both manual and automatic transmissions.