It is always interesting to see what car manufacturers have in store for us in future. We bring you the top six India-bound cars that were spotted undergoing trials around the globe in September -
Mercedes-Benz is planning to fill the void between the A-Class hatchback and the CLA with a new sedan. Based on the same MFA front-wheel-drive platform, this sedan will be the production version of the A-Class sedan and will feature a conventional roofline unlike the swooping coupe-like roof of the CLA.
The Mercedes-Benz CLS is due for a generation update, and here is what the new car will look like. It continues to sport the low profile and the radical swooping roofline, though the front fascia now draws inspiration from the AMG GT sports car. Inside, the cabin is expected to be inspired by the new E-Class.
Skoda has been working on the Superb facelift for some time now, and a test mule was spotted undergoing load testing in Europe. The biggest visual would be in the front grille, which was heavily camouflaged. Also new would be the plug-in hybrid powertrain borrowed from Volkswagen.
FCA is going to introduce a facelift for the Jeep Wrangler, and the car was recently spotted testing in Europe. The Wrangler features a few aerodynamic tweaks along with a fixed windshield and a slightly longer front end. Unlike what was previously reported, the Wrangler will continue to get a soft-top variant with two and four-doors, with the optional three-piece removable hardtop.
Toyota is going to unveil a new three-row version of the Lexus RX. There are a few visual tweaks including a flatter roof and revised tail gate design. While the wheelbase is the same, the extra overhang will help accommodate the extra row of seats. The new version will be positioned against the Volvo XC90.