These luxurious cars to be launched in India at end of April

Apr 04 2021 12:34 PM
These luxurious cars to be launched in India at end of April

Several cars are going to be launched in India in the month of April. 6 cars will be launched in April and the curtain is also going to be taken from several SUVs. We are landing in the Citroen market this month. Hyundai's new 7-seater SUV is going to be launched globally and the new generation Celerio is likely to arrive. At the same time, Mahindra SUV 300 will also be seen some changes.

Hyundai Alcazar: Hyundai is all set to launch the Alcazar SUV on April 6, after which it is set to be launched by the end of April. It is based on Creta's big footprint and redesigned rear profile. Contains 143PS 1. 4-litre turbo-petrol engine as well as 115PS 1. The 5-liter diesel engine is likely to come. Recently, 3d images of the SUV were leaked which show its special style. Let us tell you that the price of this car will start at Rs 13 lakh and which will be from MG Hector Plus and Tata Safaris.

Citroen C5 Aircross: French carmaker Citroen is finally going to debut in India this month. C5 Aircross Premium Mid-Size SUV to 177PS/177PS 400Nm 2. Will be powered by a 0-liter diesel engine. The onboard will include the best sunroof, 3 different modular rear seats, LED headlights, 8-inch touchscreen infotainment, dual-zone AC, and much more. Priced at Rs 28 lakh and in the market, it can hit jeep compass top-end variants and Volkswagen Tiguan Facelift.

Volkswagen Tiguan Facelift: Volkswagen has planned two new SUVs for 2021 and is the first upcoming Tiguan facelift. It is going to be launched by the end of April. 190PS 2 in 5 seater premium mid-size SUV. Will get a 0-liter turbo-petrol engine and AWD drivetrain. On top of the pre-facelift model, it will have some cosmetic upgrades and new features onboards.

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