- TATA ALTROZ = Tata Motors is on a path of transformation. The Indian carmaker wants to move away from its old-school rickety style to a modern marquee. And the shift is underway with the introduction of successful cars like the Tiago and Nexon. Now Tata is working on an all-new premium hatchback which is codenamed ‘Project altroz’. The premium hatchback will be showcased at the Auto Expo at least in the concept guise.
2. HYUNDIA KONA = The Hyundai Kona Electric gets substantial exterior changes to convey its electric powercar.The front grille is replaced a sleeker, body coloured closed unit and incorporates a flap to cover the charging socket beside the Hyundai badge. The headlight design remains sharp just like the conventional version. The Kona Electric also sits taller by 15 mm over the petrol version, while the front and rear bumpers have been revised to be aerodynamic.
3. RENAULT TRIBER = The Renault Triber MPV has been officially teased ahead of its global premiere on June 19, 2019. While the rest of the teasers till date have been cars wearing camouflage, the new teaser gives us a glimpse into what exactly the car will look like. Up front, you see the three slat chrome grille, projector headlamps and LED DRLs too. There are some lovely creases on the bonnet too which adds to the muscular stance of the car as also the big Renault logo which basically is in line with the company’s latest design language worldwide
4. JEEP COMPASS TRAILHAWK = Jeep India has expanded its popular Compass SUV lineup with a new off-road, diesel-automatic variant – the Jeep Compass Trailhawk. The SUV’s trail-rated version has been positioned top of the line and price at Rs 26.8 lakh . What distinguish the Jeep Compass Trailhawk from the standard Compass are its slightly higher ground clearance (by 20mm), more rugged styling and some extra features. Read: Jeep Compass Trailhawk – 5 Interesting Facts
5. TOYOTA GLANZA = The Toyota Glanza is all set to be launched in India and is the first offering to go on sale from the Toyota-Suzuki partnership. The Glanza is essentially a rebadged Maruti Suzuki Baleno, but get subtle design revisions to bring it within the Toyota family. There are no changes in design, but the revised grille are changed.