For India, the festival season is always a special time. Beginning in October and lasting until mid-November, Indian vehicle purchasers are always keen to make large purchases during this season. Let’s discuss 5 future automobiles that will be released this holiday season!
Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara
The Grand Vitara is up first. With all the photographs, videos, and demos we have seen of this automobile, it is the most awaited one on our list of cars arriving this festive season. The Grand Vitara will be available on the market by the end of September 2022. It is equipped with two 1.5L petrol engines, one with a powerful hybrid system and the other with a moderate hybrid system. The Vitara provides several mechanical variants including AWD, manual transmission, automatic transmission, and a CVT as well.
Tata Tiago EV
The Tiago EV is the most intriguing name on this list of vehicles debuting this holiday season. This compact EV is intended to have the same configuration as the Tigor EV. It may receive the same 26kWh battery with a claimed range of 306KMs. The Tiago EV will be the segment’s first electric vehicle, and Tata will undoubtedly sell a large number of them.
The Belta, Toyota’s counterpart of the Ciaz, is also set to arrive in India next month. With Toyota’s selection shrinking, now would be a good moment to stock dealerships with a new model. The Belta will have the same 1.5L petrol engine as the Ciaz, although an automatic transmission should be offered.
The Arkana was sighted testing a few months back in India, and it looked fantastic. It is without a doubt the most visually appealing vehicle on this list of vehicles debuting this holiday season. The Arkana is a coupe-style SUV similar to the Creta, Seltos, Harrier, and MG Hector. Do you believe the Arkana will be as well received? Is it going to be another Koleos?
Hyundai IONIQ 5
The IONIQ5, Hyundai’s equivalent of the EV6 released by Kia earlier this year, is also set to arrive in India next month. Yes, the price is rather high, roughly Rs. 60 lakhs. The Volvo XC40 Recharge and the Kia EV6 will compete with this EV. It will most likely have the same 77.4Kwh battery as the EV6, as well as the choice of RWD or AWD. This SUV’s claimed range should be approximately 470 kilometres.
Which of these automobiles debuting this holiday season are you most excited about? Please let us know in the comments!