Volkswagen Polo Stuffe/Bora: Based on the platform of the Polo, Volkswagen’s new compact sedan codenamed Stuffe/Bora will be launched at the Auto Expo 2016. The notchback is expected to be launched in the price range of 6 lakhs.
Maruti XA Alpha: Maruti’s much awaited compact SUV will make it presence at the Auto Expo. The new car will go up against the Ford EcoSport, Renault Duster and Hyundai Creta. Based on the existing Maruti Suzuki Swift platform, we expect the XA Alpha to be priced between Rs 6-9 lakh.
Toyota Innova: Loved and cherish by many, the new Innova is a highly anticipated vehicle which will be seen on display. The new Innova will feature a completely refreshed new design on the exterior and interior.
Skoda Superb: Skoda will have on display the aggressively styled new Superb which will replace the outgoing version. The new superb has been sculpted with a similar design philosophy as the Skoda Octavia but at a more luxurious level.
Mahindra S101/KUV100: After recently releasing a teaser image of the S101/KUV100, Mahindra is all set to launch it Compact SUV to the Indian market. The vehicle will be launch with petrol and diesel engine variants.
Jaguar’s XE will be the British carmakers answer to its completion of BMW 3 series, Mercedes C-class and Audi A4 in India. The XE will be the smallest offering by the brand in India.
Honda BR-V: With boom for SUV vehicle in current market Honda will launch its offering the BRV at the Auto Expo 2016. The BRV will the first SUV by the carmaker to be launch with a diesel option.
Tata Zica Sedan: Recently unveiled in December, the Tata Zica (ZIppy CAr) is the manufacturer’s replacement to the Indica. The Tata Zica hatchback will be available with both a petrol and diesel engines and will go up against the likes of the Maruti Suzuki Celerio, the Hyundai i10 and the Chevrolet Beat.
Ford Mustang: Finally after load of pursuance, Ford will showcase its iconic Mustang to India. The globally renowned Mustang will bring competition to the Audi TT and BMW Z4.
Toyota Vios: With the Toyota Corolla Altis being positioned as a more premium offering in India, the Japanese manufacturer has no presence in the C segment sedan category. Now though, Toyota will launch a new car, the Vios to take on the likes of the Honda City, Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, the Volkswagen Vento and the Hyundai Verna amongst others.
BMW will be launching its sixth generation of the luxurious 7 series at the Auto Expo 2016. The current outgoing version has been around for around five years and is due to an upgrade.
Mercedes-Benz GLC: Mercedes-Benz will debut a luxury crossover at the Delhi Auto Expo 2016. The new vehicle will have the interiors of a sedan and the stance of an SUV. The GLC-Class is aimed squarely at the Volvo XC60, BMW X3, Porsche Macan, Audi Q5, and the Land Rover Discovery Sport.
Audi A4: Unveiled recently at the Frankfurt Motor Show, Audi will be bring the new generation A4 to India. The A4 has been provided with changes to the exterior which follow to the Interior of the car. The Audi A4 is continue competing against the like of Mercedes-Benz C-class, BMW 3 series and also to be launched Jaguar XE.
Jeep Wrangler: Originated in late 80s, the Wrangler SUV came into being as a replacement of the conventional CJ series of Jeep and is based on the iconic Willy’s Jeep. Looks wise, the Wrangler SUV shares a lot of closeness with the Willy’s, but sports more aggressive and muscular structure.