Choose Upcoming Cars of 2017 According to Their Brands
First released in 2015 at the Tokyo Motor Show, the Ignis was also brought at the 2016 Auto Expo where it turns the head of many audiences thanks to its an impressive shape of the compact body design highlighted by the distinctive front fascia. Moreover, it is based on the same platform that is underpinning the most-in-demand hatchback nowadays, Baleno. Further, the compact body design comes sporting the strong lines of the smartly-designed grille, flared wheel arches and projector headlights covered by LED daytime running lights. From what we know so far, the India-bound Maruti Suzuki Ignis will be available in a 1.2-litre VTVT petrol engine and a 1.3-litre multijet diesel engine. Both the motors will be supported by a 5-Speed manual transmission for dispatching the power at wheels. Whereas, Maruti Suzuki AGS (Auto Gear Shift) transmission unit could also be introduced later for the petrol derivative.
The Cooper Clubman All4 gets the same iconic Mini face with the extended wheelbase. Besides four-door entry, the car also features the two-door setup at the rear which will surely remind you of the 90s. The rear doors further give access to the boot space of decent capacity of 360 litres which can be further increased to 1,250 litres. The Clubman All4 will be slightly different from the brand’s regular tone and will get some new features that are new for the Mini lineup.
Porsche is bringing a new Macan R4 in the country that will be powered by a 2.0-litre petrol motor as well as slotted below the ongoing Macan S diesel and Macan Turbo petrol. Coupled with an all-wheel drive configuration and the companyâ€™s seven-speed PDK automatic transmission, the engine is capable enough to run the unit with a power of 249 Bhp. Also, it is claimed to be accelerated from zero to 100 kmph in just 6.7 seconds and good for hitting a maximum speed up to 229 kmph. Further, it has also got Porscheâ€™s air suspension along with PASM (Porsche Active Suspension Management) as well as an updated 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system.
In order to supply diversity and expand its Cabriolet convertible range, Mercedes-Benz is going to add the C 300 and S 500 Cabriolets in its Indian lineup soon. Ready to knock his head with the likes of the Audi A3 Cabriolet, the Mercedes C 300 Cabriolet has underpinned the same 2.0 liter, four-cylinder petrol engine of the GLC 300 SUV, that is in collaboration with the 9G-TRONIC 9-speed automatic gearbox as standard to spits out 245 bhp and 370 Nm power figures. While, the S 500 Cabriolet, inspired from the full-sized S-Class coupe employs a 4.7-litre twin-turbo V8 powertrain that transmits 442 bhp and 700Nm power output to the rear wheels. Its soft top convertible roof manages the complete functioning of open and close just in time of 20 seconds at the max speed of 60Km/h.
It’s not the first time when Hyundai is launching Tucson SUV here in the country, it has already marked its presence in India back in 2004 as the first generation model, however, later discontinued in 2010 due to falling demand. Now, it’s making a comeback in its latest avatar that is equipped with more sharp visual features and elegant appeal. No mechanical details have been revealed yet, however, it is expected to be available in both the petrol and diesel engine options. The former may include an all-new 2.0-litre, naturally aspirated, four cylinder that produces 147 PS of power, while the latter might get equipped with a 2.0-litre CRDi four cylinder unit, generating two different power - 134 Bhp and 181 Bhp.
Longer and wider than the regular one, the 2016 Toyota Fortuner is heading towards the Indian car segment with an aim to compete with the likes of newer the Ford Endeavour and the Chevrolet Trailblazer. It will come available with both petrol and diesel engine choices. The gasoline motor will be powered by a 2.7-litre engine which is also underpinning the newly launched Innova Crysta MPV and produces a maximum power of 166 Bhp along with 265 Nm of peak torque of. The diesel engine, on the other side, will possibly come up with two diesel mill options - a 2.4-litre and a 2.8-litre. Where the former is good for generating 148 Bhp of power and a peak torque of 400 Nm, the heavier can make the unit run with a 175 Bhp and 450 Nm of torque. In addition, the transmission duties will be performed by both a manual and an automatic transmission units.
Claimed to have most prominent upgrade over the standard version that was released back in 2007, the 2017 Nissan GT-R is coming to the Indian shores. Under the hood, it will be fitted with a 3.8-litre twin-turbocharged V6 motor which can lead the unit with a maximum power of 568 Bhp and a peak torque of 637 Nm. The transmission duties will be performed by a six-speed dual-clutch transmission which dispatch the power to the all-four wheels. The sports car can bolt from nought to 100 kmph in just 3 seconds and can achieve the top speed of 317 kmph. In terms of features, it will come out with Recaro seats, door panels, Semi-aniline leather on centre console, gearshift lever, Multiple drive modes, driver-adjustable shock absorber, Front & rear sonar sensors, 6 airbags, Active-noise cancellation, Traction control system, Vehicle dynamic control, Anti-lock braking system (ABS), Electronic brakeforce distribution (EBS) and some others.
The vast automobile market in India witnesses arrival of endless number of cars each day ranging from a compact model to heavy utility vehicles. This list of fresh arrivals doesn't only include all new cars in India but also various updated versions of the existing vehicles. Amidst such a tough competition, every company tries to come up with something new in order to keep pace with the latest trends. If a model is not upgraded timely, the customers may switch to other alternatives and hence, the customer base may be lost.
This year, there has been a massive fleet of cars being rolled out on the Indian roads ranging from Honda Jazz to Maruti S-Cross. It has been a great year for the automakers as well as for the buyers with so many options available. Although the year has almost ended, there are still so many launches lined up for the 2016 end as well as for early 2017. This lineup comprise all types of models ranging from small budget to luxury, and from existing to all new brands.
With so many upcoming cars in India 2016-17, it is very difficult to keep a track of all the models, particularly for a layman. Also, if you don't have proper knowledge about the cars to be launched in future, you may not be able to make a correct decision regarding purchases. On the other hand, when you have all the details with you, it makes things much easier and hassle free. Now, the point is how to get all this information. Well, for addressing this issue, we have brought all the necessary information under one roof. Here, at SAGMart, we bring to you each and every small detail about the upcoming cars in India 2015 and 2016. These cars belong to various categories mentioned below:
This information is not only limited to the cars that are confirmed to get launched in the near future but also the anticipated ones. Moreover, along with the names, we also provide you the significant data like the expected launch date, speculated or confirmed specifications, estimated price and the images of the 2016-17 cars in India offered by numerous companies operating all around the world. You can even use the filter option to sort the information as per the brand or as per the expected launch date.