Auto Expo 2020: Latest Auto News, Cars

Tata Sierra EV

Tata’s Sierra is considered to be a car that was ahead of its time in terms of design. This brand name is brought back to Tata but this time it is in an electric avatar. Its look makes it different in which the major part of the car is made of glass.

Tata has introduced two electric-powered cars, the HBX and the Sierra. The HBX has all LED lights. It is specially designed for the mountains. Sierra’s inner design is amazing in itself. Both cars will come on the market in the next six months. Vivek Srivatsa, head of marketing, Tata Motors, said that we have brought 26 vehicles. All have engines with BS-6 technology. We are working on two fronts. First, fuel-efficient vehicles should be used until electric mobility is in common use. The second plan is to run the vehicles after solar power, on which research is going on.

Maruti Suzuki Futuro-E

Maruti has tried to show through this concept car what future Maruti cars and especially electric cars will look like. As the name itself suggests, this car looks quite futuristic. Company sources say that its design can be made practical for mass production.

Mahindra Funster

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is the most crowded to see this car. It has been introduced by Mahindra as an electric roadster car. It is a bit difficult to come in exactly the same form, but the way a convertible car opens and its doors go up, people see that they press their fingers under the teeth.

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Chinese company Great Wall Motors has brought many of its vehicles. Apart from the SUVs of the Haval brand, there are also some electric cars. Of these, the car that is attracting the attention of most people is the R1, this car looks very cute and draws your attention to itself. It can enter the Indian market next year and maybe worth around Rs 8 lakh. The special thing is that the range of this compact car will be around 351 km i.e. it can run so many km in a single charge.

Volkswagen T-Rock and Tigun

This German company is poised for a strong comeback in India. Because the SUV is currently dominant in India, the company is focusing on this segment. The T-Rock has been introduced by the company, which is a sub-compact segment SUV ie Maruti Brezza and Tata Nexon will compete with vehicles. The Tigun has been waiting for a long time, it is a compact SUV that will compete with vehicles like the Hyundai Creta and the Kia Celtos. If there are some gaps in this segment, then keep an eye on these two.

Kia Sonnet

Although the company has introduced all this compact SUV as a concept, in the next 6 months, this car can hit the market. The special thing is that its market avatar will not be much different from this concept. Maruti Suzuki Brezza, Tata Nexon, Ford EcoSports and Hyundai are planning to buy a car in the segment of the segment, so keep an eye on it as it will enter this segment in terms of price.

Tata Sierra EV

Tata’s Sierra is considered to be a car that was ahead of its time in terms of design. This brand name is brought back to Tata but this time it is in an electric avatar. Its look makes it different in which the major part of the car is made of glass.

Tata Gravitas

Tata Motors’ Harrier was well-liked but only two cries to sit in it. The new SUV has three rows in which 6 and 7 seat options can be found. This car based on the Harrier is bigger than that. It has a 2.0-liter BS6 design engine that gives 170bhp power and 350Nm torque. A 6-speed automatic gearbox is also included with this. The Harrier is also offered with an automatic gearbox.

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Renault triber

When this French company launched the 7-seater Mini MUV Tribar at an initial price of less than Rs 5 lakh, the market took it away. At the Auto Expo, the company has now introduced its automatic variant. However, instead of the traditional auto gearbox, it has been replaced with AMT gearbox so that its price does not increase much. Although its price has not been started yet, it is believed that with AMT its price can increase by about 50 thousand rupees.

Hyundai’s new Tussen

Hyundai has introduced this SUV with new features. It is a 5 seater SUV that offers both petrol and diesel engine options. It also targets a different segment. It will compete with vehicles like Tata Harrier, MG Hector, and Jeep Compass and the price can be between 20 to 25 lakh rupees. Apart from this, on Thursday, the company is going to introduce the Creta in a completely new avatar, which will directly compete with Celtos.

Rs 2.42 crore Mercedes AMG

Mercedes has launched its fastest car in India, the AMG GT 63 S Four-Door Coupe. This car can reach a speed of 312 km per hour. It has a 6-cylinder V8 engine that gives 435 bhp power and 639 Nm of torque. The ex-showroom price of this vehicle in India has been kept at Rs 2.42 crore.

Mahindra e-KUV100 cheapest electric car

Its ex-showroom price is 8.25 lakh rupees, which makes it the cheapest electric car at the moment. However, its range is only 150 km. A 40kW electric motor is given which gives the power of 54.4hp and torque of 120 Nm. Fast charging is also provided, with the help of which this car charges up to 80 percent in 60 minutes. Its booking will start in March, delivery will start in April. Following the success of the

Kia Carnival

Celtos, the Korean company launched the luxury MPV Carnival, creating a new segment. Looking at its size and luxury-safety features, it was believed that its price could be much higher. But at an initial price of Rs 24.95 lakh (ex-showroom), the company surprised everyone by taking it down. The price of its top variant goes up to Rs 33.96 lakh. It has an 8-speed automatic transmission with a 2.0-liter diesel engine.