Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai, and Tata Motors, India’s top three automakers, have planned various all-new models across sectors, including EVs. In addition, these companies will refresh their current model lineups with mid-life updates and generation modifications. Here are some essential details about the incoming new-generation Maruti, Hyundai, and Tata cars.


The new Maruti Swift and Dzire are expected to join the market in the first quarter of 2024. An all-new 1.2L will drive both versions, a 3-cylinder petrol engine augmented by Toyota’s powerful hybrid technology. The configuration will provide ARAI-certified mileage of 35-40kmpl, making them the most fuel-efficient automobiles in the country. The new Swift and Dzire will meet the CAFÉ II (Corporate Average Fuel Economy) standard in April 2023, thanks to the new powertrain. The powerful hybrid variants will undoubtedly be more expensive than their ordinary gasoline counterparts. Both versions will continue to be offered with CNG fuel.


The new-generation Hyundai Verna will go on sale in India in April 2023. The major feature enhancement will be ADAS (advanced driver assistance system), including lane maintenance assist, driver attention monitoring, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, front collision avoidance, and rear cross-traffic aid. The new sedan type will be more extensive than the current one. The outside will also get some alterations. The same 1.5L petrol, 1.5L diesel, and 1.4L petrol engines will power the Hyundai Verna in 2023.


Tata Motors will introduce a new generation of its three most popular models, the Tiago, Tigor, and Nexon. The Alfa (Agile, Light, Flexible Architecture) technology that underlies the Altroz and Punch in India will be used for all three models. According to rumors, the new Nexon will have more refined 1.2L turbo petrol and 1.5L turbo diesel engines. The carmaker’s engines could benefit from mild hybrid technology. If this occurs, the new Tata Nexon, Tiago, and Tigor will be more fuel efficient than their predecessors. These models will also meet the forthcoming CAFE II criteria.


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