In 2017, we have seen some interesting car launches like the cutting edge Maruti Suzuki Dzire and the Hyundai Verna, Tata Nexon and the Renault Captur. The year 2018 is now required to proceed with the new advances in the car business. How about we get straight to the rundown of the upcoming hatchbacks that are set to advance into our country in 2018.
Let’s get started with Honda. this Japanese carmaker could utilize the chance to dispatch a refreshed rendition of the Jazz hatchback soon. The uplifted Jazz is probably going to get Honda’s Digiplay touchscreen infotainment framework that we’ve found in the City and the WR-V. As far as engines are concerned uplifted jazz is expected with a 5-speed manual or a CVT gearbox matched with the 1.2-liter oil engine alongside a 1.5-liter diesel motor mated to a 6-speed manual transmission too.
Hyundai Elite i20
Coming to Hyundai, it is planning the facelift of its superior hatchback the i20. i20 is set to get changes which include Hyundai’s new family grille with different headlights and fog lamps, diamond cut alloy wheels, LED daytime running lights (DRLs). Coming to engines we get to see the same as in older version ie; the 1.2-litre petrol and the 1.4-litre diesel. The Elite i20 facelift is about to launch in late 2018.
The American automaker’s most reasonable offering in the nation. Ford Figo is required to highlight changes outwardly, which could incorporate a modified front fascia. The insides are probably going to be presented with the 6.5-inch SYNC 3 touchscreen which is seen in EcoSport. 1.2-liter Dragon arrangement oil motor alongside the 1.5-liter diesel motor found in the general hatchback and conservative vehicle adaptations of the Figo.
Tata Tiago Electric
Tata is all set to launch its 2nd electric version after tigor, the Tiago electric. The upcoming electric vehicle from Tata is probably going to be controlled by an 85-kilowatt engine which makes 200Nm of pinnacle torque and is required to have a scope of 100km. Created by the European Technical Center, the Tiago Electric quickens from 0-100kmph out of 11 seconds and has the best speed of 135kmph.
Mahindra KUV100 Electric
Mahindra’s name will undoubtedly come to mind when somebody discusses electric cars in India. The homegrown automaker is outfitting to dispatch an electric version of the KUV100 in 2018. Anticipated that would be controlled by the Mahindra e2o’s 19kW engine, the e-KUV100 will put out a maximum torque of 70Nm. Mahindra could stack up a few kilowatts to build control yield, however. Which is expected this coming 2018 Auto Expo.