Upcoming Cars In 2023 in India

upcoming cars in 2023 in India

upcoming cars in 2023 in India

We share your excitement as the new year approaches. Here are new upcoming automobiles that will lure you into the new year as 2023 ushers in fresh beginnings.

1) Maruti Suzuki Baleno Cross and Toyota equivalent

The Baleno Cross and its Toyota counterpart will be a crossover car with features similar to those of the Brezza/Hyryder but with a platform that will resemble the Baleno. They will be based on the Baleno/Glanza hatchback chassis. Along with the 1.2-liter gasoline engine, the onboard unit might also have a 1.0-litre turbo. 360-degree cameras, heads-up displays, and a few Grand Vitara-specific features could be included as features. The cost might be between 7 and 11 lakhs.

2) Citroen C3 Electric

The Citroen C3 electric, which will offer the same features as the ICE C3 but with an onboard electric engine, is a forthcoming vehicle with costs that could fall between Rs. 9 and 12 Lakhs. Range and other information are yet to be announced.

3) KIA Seltos Facelift

Based on the Seltos facelift presented in South Korea, the Seltos facelift may also make its debut in 2023. The car is likely to feature more features, a fresh look, ADAS, and other improvements.

4) Hyundai Verna New Generation

The new Verna, which we have already talked about, will arrive in India in 2023 and have both gasoline and diesel engines as well as a whole new aesthetic. The 2018 Verna is also anticipated to come with features like ADAS and an electronic parking brake.

In addition to other upcoming Hyundai models like the Ioniq 5, Creta facelift, and Kona Electric facelift, all of which are already sold abroad, the new Hyundai Verna is set to receive a high-profile premiere at the Auto Expo in 2023. The new Hyundai Verna will cost a lot more money than the present model of car because it has larger proportions and more contemporary equipment.

5) Maruti Suzuki 5 Door Jimny

The highly anticipated Maruti Suzuki 5 Door Jimny, one of India’s most anticipated new vehicles, is scheduled to debut in 2023. The 5-Door Jimny, which was recently spotted driving in Ladakh, will have a petrol burner.

The five-door Jimny will also continue to come with the same four-speed automatic and five-speed manual transmission options from Maruti. The Jimny will not receive the six-speed automatic that is now being offered on the majority of Maruti vehicles in India. The Jimny five-door will use Suzuki’s All Grip Pro four-wheel-drive system, which is also used in the Jimny three-door, as far as off-road equipment is concerned.

6) Hyundai Creta Facelift

A facelift for the Creta may also finally appear in 2023, adding features like ADAS and a new front fascia that will enhance the Creta’s appearance. The price will probably increase with the facelift, but the Creta in India may look similar to its Indonesian predecessor.

 While the facelifted Hyundai Creta is launching in 2023, there is some good news that should increase interest in it. The redesigned Hyundai Creta, which has already made its debut in a few South East Asian nations like Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam, received a 5-star safety certification in the ASEAN NCAP crash testing for both adult and child occupant protection.

7) Mercedes-Benz EQB

8) Mercedes Benz GLB

The GLB, a 7-seater SUV from Mercedes that is a smaller version of the GLS, is ideal as a premium family SUV, as our first drive demonstrated. Being its electric cousin, the EQB is unquestionably far more enjoyable to drive.

9) Hyundai Casper

Hyundai is getting ready to release its Micro SUV, which will compete with the Punch, based on the Casper but with modifications made specifically for India. It will be available with a 1.2-litre petrol engine paired with a 5-speed manual or AMT. With features comparable to those found in the i20, a probable sunroof, and a few more features, the car will probably be positioned between the Grand i10 Nios and i20 and can be purchased for between Rs. 6 and 11 Lakhs.

Hyundai’s entry-level SUV will have thick body cladding and powerful body paneling, just like the Punch. The goal is to create a vehicle with a noticeable street presence at a price that is comparable to mid to top-spec hatchbacks. Hyundai is likely to change the balance of variants for the i10 Nios and Venue at the bottom and top of the range, respectively.

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