February 2023 will introduce many significant new vehicles, including two SUVs, an MPV, and an electric hatchback. Let’s examine the new cars that will soon be available in detail.


Toyota Kirloskar Motor is now taking bookings for the upgraded Innova Crysta diesel manual model nationwide. Although its costs will be revealed in February, it is anticipated that deliveries will begin in late April. With a 2.4L diesel engine, the revamped model lineup will be available in four grades: G, GX, VX, and ZX. The MPV is available in 7- and 8-seat variations. Along with amenities like an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, an 8-way power adjustable driver seat, 7 airbags, ABS, EBD, VSC, hill start assist, etc., there will be five colour possibilities.


The French automaker’s first mass-market electric vehicle offered in India will be the Citroen eC3. The car will have a front-mounted electric motor and a 29.2kWh battery pack. The system produces a peak power of 57PS and a peak torque of 143Nm. On a full charge, the eC3’s electric range is 320 kilometres. There are two drive modes available. The Tata Tiago EV will compete against Citroen’s new electric hatchback, which will be available in Live and Feel trims. A 10.2-inch infotainment system with smartphone connectivity, a height-adjustable driver’s seat, dual front airbags, and many other features are included in its feature set.


In February 2023, the Maruti Suzuki Brezza CNG is expected to arrive on sale. The vehicle was recently displayed at this year’s Auto Expo, and the automaker has already begun distributing it throughout its dealership. It will have a factory-installed CNG kit and a 1.5L K15C petrol engine. The system is expected to produce 121.5Nm of torque and 88PS of stated power. According to the automaker, the Brezza CNG would have a 27 km/kg mileage. It can be available with both manual and automatic transmissions.


Early February 2023 is reportedly when Hyundai’s well-liked subcompact SUV, the Venue, will get a mid-life facelift. Five trim levels—E, S, S(O), SX, and SX—will be offered (O). Two gasoline and one diesel engines, measuring 1.2L naturally aspirated, 1.0L turbocharged, and 1.5L, are available for the upcoming 2023 Hyundai Venue facelift. The diesel one will be a bit more powerful than the current motor. With a 1.0L turbo-petrol engine, the revised Venue N-Line will be available in N6 and N8 variations.


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