This car will be a close competitor to BMW 3-series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class in the same segment.
|Price||INR 43 lac – 48 lac|
|Launched in||January 2021|
|Maximum power||187.74 bhp/ 5000 rpm|
|Top features||Multi-functional steering wheels, anti-lock braking system, air conditioner, front fog lights, etc.|
Available in both petrol and automatic transmission options, Tata Safari has made a stunning design for this vehicle with some wonderful features.
|Price||INR 14 lac – 22 lac|
|Launched in||February 2021|
|Top features||Projector headlights, electric folding mirrors, sun/moon roof, etc.|
A derivate of Volkswagen T-Cross, this car is reasonably priced and just what the Indian roads need.
|Price||INR 10 lac – 13 lac|
|Launched in||September/October 2021|
|Engine||1-litre (115PS/178Nm) and 1.5-litre (150PS/250Nm)|
|Top features||A 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system, sunroof, connected car tech, ventilated front seats, electronic stability control, etc.|
With the advent of EVs, the automobile industry is revolutionising in India. Tata’s newest car, Altroz is a promising vehicle in this segment. With great charging feature (up to 80% in almost an hour), this vehicle is yet to be launched but one of the trendiest electronic vehicles that will be, on the Indian roads.
|Type||Hatchback Electric Vehicle|
|Price||INR 12 lac – 15 lac|
|Launched in||December 2021|
|Top features||Semi-digital instrument clutter, automatic air-conditioner, touchscreen infotainment system etc.|
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