We shall anticipate seven significant automotive automobile debuts in various sectors during the next four to five months. The Fronx and Jimny, two future SUVs from Maruti Suzuki, the country’s leading manufacturer of passenger cars, are now being reserved. The Maruti Brezza in CNG form is also accessible for public use. The Harrier and Safari SUVs from Tata Motors will be available in Punch CNG and Red Black Versions. At the Auto Expo 2023, each of the three models made their debut. With little interior and exterior modifications, Toyota Kirloskar Motor will shortly release the facelifted Innova Crysta MPV. The abovementioned, soon-to-be-released SUVs’ important specifications are listed below.




A sub-4 metre SUV from the Indo-Japanese automaker with a coupe-like appearance is called the Maruti Fronx. It’s going to be available in the trims Sigma, Delta, Delta+, Zeta, and Alpha. Both the 1.0L, 3-cylinder Boosterjet turbocharged gasoline and the 1.2L, 4-cylinder Dualjet fuel engines are available for the vehicle. The original generates 100bhp with 147.6Nm, whilst the latter produces 90bhp with 113Nm. There will be a choice of conventional and automated transmissions. The premium grades are the only ones that provide amenities like a steering column covered in leatherette, a 360-degree panorama, a HUD, cordless charging, diamond-cut alloy wheels, traction control, and dual-tone colour choices.




One of India’s most eagerly anticipated new SUVs is the Maruti Jimny 5-door. With more than 3,000 commitments within only 2 days, the prototype is immediately in great popularity. The 1.5L K15C Dualjet internal combustion engine will be offered in Zeta and Alpha trims for the Jimny. The powertrain is said to produce 102 bhp and 137 Nm of torque and has a 5-speed conventional and a 4-speed fully automated transmission. It comes pre-equipped with Suzuki’s AllGrip AWD system. The 5-door Jimny will compete directly with the anticipated Mahindra Thar 5-door whenever it is released.




The 1.5L K15C combustion engine will power the CNG kit that is already installed in the Maruti Suzuki Brezza CNG variant. The configuration promises a top performance of 88PS and a top potential of 121.5Nm. The CNG vehicle has a little less horsepower and acceleration than the standard petrol type. The SUV would reportedly have a 27 km/kg fuel economy, according to the automaker. There will be conventional and automated transmission choices for the Brezza CNG. There are 7 different CNG versions.




The 1.2L internal combustion engine with Dyna-pro technologies will be used to provide propulsion for the Tata Punch CNG. It produces a maximum of 77 horsepower and 97 Nm of performance. Two CNG tanks for the small SUV will be equipped with cutting-edge materials to avoid leaks and overheating accidents. Each tank had a 6-liter retention potential. Over 25 km/kg of mileage will be available from the Punch CNG. It should be noted that only the Experienced and Imaginative trims will provide the CNG kit.




The revolutionary Red Black Edition, which debuted at the 2023 Auto Expo, will eventually be added to the portfolio of Tata Harrier and Safari SUV models. Both vehicles have a “Oberon Black” paint job with aggressive red brake callipers, red grille accents, and 18-inch rims. The SUVs have red patterned seat covers as standard equipment. The revised 10.25-inch equipment conglomeration, a 360-degree sensor, illuminance, a customizable driver’s seat with reminiscence features, and the Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) are all major upgrades.


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