Upcoming Cars in India in July

upcoming cars in India

Indian car industry is one of the most rapidly growing car industries in the world. Propelled by booming economic growth and rising demand, Indian car industry is attracting major car players from all around the world. All the major car companies have either opened their manufacturing plants in India or are importing vehicles to cater to the huge Indian market.

Have a look on latest cars to be launched in year 2009 in India. This list includes small cars, sports cars, deluxe and luxury models as well.

Tata Indicruz

After the announcement of its high-profile Nano, Tata next with improved versions of earlier launched cars Sumo Grande and Indica Vista. Now the Tata is planning to come up with Tata Indicruz. This car is actually Tata Xover concept car that was earlier showcased at 75th Geneva Motorshow in year 2005. Indicruz has some design changes compared to Xover. It has high roof ensuring more passenger space compared to the latter’s sleek roofline. Indicruz has also got embedded lights. The car is likely to be around 4.85-meter long, will use a rugged frame-based design with large interior space and seating for upto 7 adults and will have ample cargo area. It is also likely to have traction control, climate control with personalized zones, navigation system, airbags for driver & passenger, anti-lock braking system and other safety options.
Expected Price: Not Available
Expected In : July, 2009

Hyundai Avante

Hyundai Avante is upgraded version on existing Elantra and expected to hit Indian roads in mid-2009, the car was displayed at the 9th Auto Expo in New Delhi early this year. The car has all nice features and has a very contemporary looks both in exteriors as well as interiors. It has got roomy cabin, sleek dashboard architecture and all the controls and instruments feature soothing blue backlighting. It also has got twin front airbags and digital climate control. It is a refined machine and has very little wind and road noise intrusion with great body control.
Expected Price: 11,00,000
Expected In : July, 2009

Skoda Fabia Combi

Looks as if Skoda is all set for the emerging car market of India. The company is planning to launch Fabia Combi at a price less than Rs 10 lakh by mid-2009 in the country. The consumers in the country are looking for better cars that could deliver comfort, mileage and performance. Fabia Combi is likely to create its own place in the heart of Indian car lovers and will compete with Ford Fusion, Tata Indigo Marina and Chevrolet Optra SRV in Indian market, Now lets have some healthy competition.
Expected Price: less than Rs 10 lakh
Expected In : July, 2009

Audi Q5

This new five-seater SUV will be based on the new Audi A4. Audi will start the production of Q5 in 2008. The car is likely to be showcased at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November 2008. This car will be fully equipped with hill-descent control, adjustable air suspension,in-house seven speed dual clutch gearbox and it will be powered by four cylinder engines, V6s, and TDI engines.
Expected Price: Not Available
Expected In : July, 2009

Nissan Murano

Murano was first appeared in the United States roads as a large crossover in December 2002. Some of the various features of Murano will be quad-projector headlamps, rear side features new LED tail lamps, climate control, memory seats and mood lighting. Bluetooth, push starter button, 11-speaker Bose unit with a 9.3 GB hard-disk and LCD screens for rear-seat passengers. It might be the first of the cars to roll out from the company’s plant at Chennai.
Expected Price: 40,00,000
Expected In : July, 2009

Hyundai Santa Fe

Hyundai has finally decided to come up with its successful model Santa Fe in the Indian market in both petrol and diesel options. A best seller in the North America. With the launch of Santa Fe, Hyundai is expecting to exploit the SUV market in India.
Expected Price: Not Available
Expected In : July, 2009

Fiat Bravo

With Italian tradition styling and elegant interiors, Fiat Bravo is all set to hit Indian roads by early 2009 .The car is available in a sparkling, high-performance 1.9 Ltr Multijet engine that delivers power of 150 bhp at 4000 rpm and a peak torque of 305 nm at 2000 rpm. Fiat’s has kept cutting-edge equipment and a safety system kept top priority for Bravo. Its interiors and elegant interior finishes give a warm feeling to the riders.
Expected Price: Not Available
Expected In : July, 2009

Mahindra Ingenio

Toyota Innova and Chevrolet Tavera will face their new competitor Ingenio by early 2009.Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) to built Ingenio on an all-new platform, it would be equipped with latest technology and will have contemporary styling and spacious interiors.It is also expected that Ingenio will come with a variety of engine options, including the M&M’s indigenously developed common rail direct injection diesel engine and hybrid option. Which will definately make Ingenio a great competitor.
Expected Price: Not Available
Expected In : July, 2009

Fiat Grande Punto

Surprisingly spacious and slightly bigger than the average small car Fiat’s Grande Punto has 75 bhp 1.3 multijet diesel.Styling of the car is really good. In this solid and compact car you may feel nimble footed on city roads. However, the car feels a bit awkward at slow speed and feels great only when it gains momentum in speed and what’s more is also expected to be good in fuel economy.
Expected Price: Not Available
Expected In : July, 2009

Maruti Suzuki Splash

Maruti is expected to come up with its Splash model early 2009.First showcased at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the car has been put into production in Magyar Suzuki Corporation in Hungary. Inspired by its popular Swift, this hatchback would be targeted at families who need extra space in the car. It’s slightly bigger then the regular hatchback’s in Indian Market. Splash will come in both petrol(1.3 litre) and diesel engines(1.3 litre multi jet ) versions.
Expected Price: 4,00,000
Expected In : July, 2009

Honda Jazz

Jazz will compete with other cars like Suzuki Swift and Hyundai Getz. It is expected to be better in fuel economy though is likely to be priced a bit higher compared to other models of same Hatchback segment.
Expected Price: Not Available
Expected In : July, 2009

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X

As Indian Market for luxury cars going up, Japanese car maker Mitsubishi is set to take advantage of this growing luxury segment with launch of its car Lancer Evolution X in India in first half of 2009. Which will definitely gives more options for Indian consumers to choose from added to Honda Accord, Toyota Camry, Volkswagen Passat, Nissan Teana and Audi A4.
Expected In : July, 2009