The first week of July witnessed two highly awaited product introductions from Maruti and Kia, while Honda also opened its order books for the upcoming compact SUV in India
Maruti and Kia made headlines last week with their new products breaking cover in India, meanwhile Skoda and Voklkswagen also launched new variants of the Kushaq and Virtus. In the same period, Honda started accepting orders for its upcoming compact SUV in India, while Tata’s unique marketing technique caught everyone’s attention.
Let’s have a look at all major highlights of the week
Maruti Invicto Goes On Sale
Maruti has launched its Toyota Innova Hycross based premium MPV, the Invicto, in India. Unlike its Toyota counterpart, the Invicto is being offered in limited variants, and it only comes with a single powertrain option. We’ve also detailed Invicto’s colour options, and here’s its waiting period in four major cities.
Kia Seltos Facelift Debuted In India
After Kia introduced the Seltos in 2019, an update was long overdue. Now, the Korean marque has debuted the Seltos facelift in India, featuring updated looks and an enhanced list of features. Although its prices are yet to be announced, customers will soon be able to reserve one. We have also compared the 2023 Seltos with its outgoing version in images and provided detailed information about its variant-wise color and powertrain options here.
You Can Now Reserve Honda Elevate
Ahead of the official launch, customers can now reserve Honda’s upcoming compact SUV, the Elevate. The carmaker has also revealed the delivery timelines for the same. The Elevate will be the first brand new offering from Honda in India after almost seven years. Customers can book the Elevate in a range of colour options, as described in this story.
Skoda Kushaq Now Gets New Exterior Shade
A few days after Volkswagen launched their updated GT Line variants in a new exterior shade, Skoda has also added a new limited edition matte carbon steel shade color option to the Kushaq.
Volkswagen Virtus Gets a New Variant
Shortly after launching a more affordable GT Line manual variant, the Virtus now gets another entry-level DCT trim with its GT Line variant. This variant can be distinguished from the higher GT Plus based on certain exterior and interior features.
Tata’s Unique Marketing For Altroz CNG
Tata Altroz is the recent addition to the carmaker’s CNG lineup, which features a twin cylinder technology, i.eTwo CNG cylinders are placed under the boot floor for increased boot space. The recent marketing approach by Tata showcases the boot space of the Altroz CNG in an interesting manner.
Volkswagen Taigun Crash Tested Again
Volkswagen has already tested its made-in-India Taigun at Global NCAP, where it scored an impressive safety rating. Now, Volkswagen’s compact SUV has also been tested by Latin NCAP, and here’s how it performed.
Hyundai Creta Facelift Spied
For the very first time, the test mule of the Hyundai Creta facelift has been spied on in India. The spy images showcased some changes on the exterior, which are detailed here.
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