The last week of February has seen quite a bit of action both in terms of launches as well as car unveilings. So here is a roundup of all the action.
2019 Maruti Suzuki ignis launched in India at Rs 4.79 lakhs
The 2019 Maruti Suzuki Ignis has been launched in India at Rs 4.79 lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi). The updated feature list for the 2019 IGNIS comprises reverse parking assist system, passenger seat belt reminder and high speed alert system as standard features across all the variants. In terms of appearance, Maruti Suzuki has added roof rails in the Zeta and Alpha variants.
2019 Tata Hexa now available in India at Rs 14.38 lakhs
Tata has launched a model year update for its Hexa SUV in India at Rs 14.38 lakhs. This update sees the Indian automaker’s flagship SUV get minor exterior updates, new design for the alloy wheels as well as an Android Auto compatible Harman touchscreen with a 7.0-inch display.
Groupe PSA to introduce Citroen brand in India
Groupe PSA recently revealed its plans to bring the Citroen brand in India. Citroen is expected to be positioned as a premium brand and the company plans to introduce its first product before the end of 2021. Prior to that, Citroen will announce the start of powertrain production for the local market.
Tata Harrier seven-seater (H7X) officially teased
Tata Motors has officially teased the upcoming H7X ahead of the public debut at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. The H7X is basically a seven-seater version of the Harrier which went on sale in India early this year. The H7X will be bigger than Harrier and will be a proper SUV from Tata’s stable.
Geneva Motor Show 2019: India-bound facelifted Mercedes-Benz GLC revealed
A facelifted version of the Mercedes-Benz GLC has been unveiled ahead of the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. This 2020 model has undergone a mid-life update which includes only a few minor changes to the design of the exterior design. On the other hand, it comes with a whole host of new comfort, entertainment and drive assistance features.
Tata Altroz is the official name of the 45X hatchback!
Its official! The 45X hatchback will be called the Altroz. The name is avian inspired and is based on the Albatross, a long distance travelling sea bird. From Tata’s perspective, this nomenclature has been brought in to denote agility, performance and efficiency.