3 Cars To Be Release Before Diwali 2021 – Tata Punch To New Force Gurkha
According to a report by gaadiwaadi.com, the Indian automobile industry went through a really tough patch last year and earlier this year, but recently, it has shown a remarkable overall recovery. Carmakers in India have a lot of new vehicles lined up for release, and a few of these are expected to arrive before the Diwali season, to take advantage of the festive sales rush.
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According to a report by gaadiwaadi.com, the three upcoming vehicles which are either scheduled or expected to be released in the Indian market before the arrival of Diwali this year include; Jamb result
1. Toyota Belta
Toyota is planning to discontinue the slow-selling Yaris sedan in the Indian market. In its place, the manufacturer will release a rebadged version of Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, and production of the latter seems to have already begun. The new sedan, rumoured to be named ‘Belta’, will have a few changes to the design over the Ciaz, but the technical specifications will remain unchanged; it will be powered by a 1.5L petrol engine (with a mild-hybrid system), capable of generating 105 PS and 138 Nm.
2. Tata Punch
Tata Motors will launch its new micro-SUV, the Punch, in India next month. It is underpinned by the brand’s ALFA platform and has a sporty but rugged design, inspired by the Harrier. The carmaker hasn’t revealed the powertrain options yet, but we expect a 1.2L NA petrol engine (86 PS) to be offered here, and a 1.2L turbo-petrol motor (110 PS) could be available as well. Also, Tata is expected to release an electric version of this micro-SUV (Punch EV) sometime in the future.
3. New Maruti Celerio
Maruti Suzuki is working on the next-gen Celerio, and the new hatchback has already been spotted in production-ready guise on the streets of our country. The new model features a complete exterior redesign, and we expect major changes to the interior as well. Speculations suggest that it could get two engine options – a 1.2L petrol unit (83 PS) and a 1.0L petrol unit (68 PS) – and a CNG version will likely be offered as well.
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