The automobile industry, despite taking a huge hit during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, are looking for ways to rebuild as quickly as possible. One of the best ways to do that is to launch new cars into the market and in India that is exactly what car manufacturers are preparing to do. While there are different segments which bring different price tags, people are obviously looking to spend less and get more right now. The price range between Rs. 15 Lakh and Rs. 20 Lakh is one of the most popular segments where manufacturers sell cars that combine premium or high-end specifications and features with a reasonable price to justify the buyer’s purchase. There are 19 upcoming cars that fall between Rs. 15 Lakhs and Rs. 20 Lakhs set to be launched in India in 2020 and 2021.
|Tata Gravitas||Rs. 15.00 Lakh|
|Nissan Terra||Rs. 20.00 Lakh|
|Skoda Octavia 2020||Rs. 20.00 Lakh|
|Haval Concept H||Rs. 15.00 Lakh|
|Toyota Corolla 2020||Rs. 15.00 Lakh|
|Toyota C-HR||Rs. 17.00 Lakh|
|Isuzu D-Max 2021||Rs. 15.00 Lakh|
|KIA Xceed||Rs. 20.00 Lakh|
|Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross||Rs. 18.00 Lakh|
|Nissan Note e Power||Rs. 20.00 Lakh|
|Haval H6||Rs. 15.00 Lakh|
|Hyundai Elantra 2021||Rs. 15.00 Lakh|
|MG RC-6||Rs. 18.00 Lakh|
|Hyundai Ioniq||Rs. 20.00 Lakh|
|Haval Vision 2025||Rs. 20.00 Lakh|
|Mahindra XUV300 Electric||Rs. 18.00 Lakh|
|Volkswagen Virtus||Rs. 15.00 Lakh|
|ORA iQ||Rs. 20.00 Lakh|
|Maruti Futuro-e||Rs. 15.00 Lakh|
|Expected Launch||10 November, 2020|
|Engine||2.0L Diesel, 1.6L Petrol|
|Transmission||6-Speed Manual, 6-Speed Automatic|
Unveiled at the Auto Expo 2020, the Tata Gravitas is expected to be the flagship model above the similar looking Harrier. Tata is also expected to price the Gravitas at about Rs. 1 lakh above the price of the Harrier. The Gravitas will come with LED DRLs mounted into the front bumper along with auto dimming IRVM. The SUV will also come with new 17-inch alloy wheels which will give it a premium look. While the Gravitas does look like the Harrier in many ways, the former gets an extra row of seats thanks to its extended overhand in the rear. In the rear, the Gravitas also gets a bigger quarter glass, new LED taillights, a wider windscreen, and a new bumper when compared to the Harrier. Powering the Gravitas will be an upgraded BSVI-compliant 2.0L diesel engine that is capable of producing 170Ps of power and 350Nm of torque. There is also talk about Tata releasing a 1.6L petrol engine for the Gravitas which will be included in the coming months. In the transmission department, the Gravitas is expected to come with a 6-speed manual gearbox as standard or can also be had with a 6-speed automatic transmission. Some of the other features of the Gravitas include an 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a 9-speaker audio system, and automatic air conditioning.
|Expected Launch||1 January, 2021|
|Engine||2.3L Diesel, 2.5L Diesel|
|Transmission||6-Speed Manual, 7-Speed Automatic|
The Nissan Terra is definitely one of the most anticipated SUVs right now, but not for the conventional reasons. According to the ASEAN NCAP test results, the Terra set an unmatched 5-star rating across all types of tests which makes it one of the safest cars around. Along with its safety certification, the car will feature a total of 6 airbags. Launched as a direct competitor to a number of cars, the 7-seater SUV is set to take on the Mahindra Alturas G4, Isuzu mu-X, Toyota Fortuner, and Ford Endeavour. Under the hood, the tested Terra housed a 2.3L diesel engine which could make it into the launched variant in the coming months. There is also news about a 2.5L diesel engine that could make its way to the Indian market. Both engines have been tested and are capable of producing 190Ps of power along with 450Nm of torque. Paired with the diesel engines, Nissan is expected to include either a 6-speed manual or a 7-speed automatic transmission system. In terms of looks, the Nissan Terra sports a rugged exterior with large bumpers on the front and rear. The grille on the front also has a newer design with sleek headlamps on either side of it.
|Expected Launch||10 January, 2021|
|Engine||1.5L Petrol, 2.0L Diesel|
|Transmission||6-Speed Manual, 7-Speed DSG|
Skoda might be one of the newer car manufacturers to enter the Indian market but they have a lot of experience under their belt. The Octavia was the first Skoda car and one of the most old cars to launch in India almost two decades ago. The fourth-gen Octavia is expected to be launched in January, 2021 and could have a myriad of features that propel it back to the top. While on test runs, the car was spotted with a redesigned look – both outside and inside. The new model seems to be sporting new singular headlamps rather than the split design it currently has. Even the tail lights have a new design as do the front and rear bumpers. As per the images, it looks like the interior of the car features modernised controls, a large touchscreen infotainment system, and a digital dashboard. In terms of the powertrain, the 2020 Octavia is expected to have a 1.5L turbo-petrol engine as well as a 2.0L diesel one. Both engines will be made available with a 6-speed manual or a 7-speed DSG automatic transmission system as options.
|Expected Launch||15 January, 2021|
Entering the country for the first time and presenting a lineup of powerful SUVs is exactly what Great Wall Motors wanted with their Haval line of cars. When the cars were first showcased at the Auto Expo 2020, all eyes immediately fell on the Haval Concept H which is expected to be an electric SUV from the company. However, it is expected that the company will first launch diesel and petrol variants of the Concept H before releasing the all-electric variant in India. GWM has claimed that the Concept H is designed with the younger generation in mind and is expected to be a sporty SUV which should do well in the country. Unfortunately, there is no definite news about the Haval Concept H and what it will bring to the table in terms of its specifications and performance. All we do know is from the images taken of the Concept H at the Auto Expo 2020 which show us that the SUV will come with a large front grille and will be lined with chrome, the SUV will also house LED headlights and sleek DRLs, large air dams on the side, 19-inch allow wheels, T-shaped taillights, a digital instrument cluster, a floating infotainment touchscreen display, and stylish upholstery.
|Expected Launch||15 March, 2021|
|Engine||1.8L Petrol, 2.0L Petrol|
Originally unveiled in 2018, the Toyota Corolla 2020 will be the twelfth generation of the sedan. The Corolla was first launched in China and USA and it seems like the Chinese variant will be arriving in the country. In terms of looks, the Corolla heading to India is set to have a new front grille with horizontal slats. The fog lamps are also set to get an upgrade with a circular design rather than the strips seen on the US model. The standard Corolla is powered by a 1.8L petrol engine that generates 139Ps of power while the 2.0L petrol model will produce 169Ps of power. Given the requirements today, the engines found on the new Corolla will be BSVI-compliant. In terms of transmission, the new Corolla is set to be mated to either a 6-speed manual or a CVT automatic option. According to the news, the upcoming Corolla will be available as a sedan or a hatchback model which will be a useful choice for interested buyers in the country.
|Expected Launch||6 June, 2021|
|Transmission||6-Speed Manual, CVT Automatic|
Luxury SUVs have been making headlines across the globe, especially in India, over the last few years and Toyota wants to get into the action as well. As we all know, Toyota is a name that is known for their durability, reliability, and affordability. The Toyota C-HR hybrid SUV is set to be launched mid-2021 and could give interested buyers exactly what they’re looking for. From what the company has already released, the car will come with a plethora of features – both inside and outside – that help the C-HR stand out from the rest. It will include a powerful 1.8L petrol engine along with an electric motor for automatic transmission. The car is also said to have automatic LED headlights, vehicle stability control, 6-speed automatic, and 6-speed manual transmissions along with a CVT gearbox. Some of the other features include powered OVRMs, wide contoured doors, LED rear lights, a JBL audio system, dual-zone air conditioning, and a push-button operated tailgate.
|Expected Launch||15 June, 2021|
|Engine||1.9L Diesel, 3.0L Diesel|
|Transmission||5-Speed Manual, 6-Speed Automatic|
The upcoming Isuzu D-Max 2021 is expected to be one of the most anticipated pick-up trucks available in the market. While the previous model hasn’t yet made it to India, Isuzu has announced that the updated variant will come to the country. The latest D-Max is headed to Thailand first and is expected to come with an even more aggressive styling and design. Under the hood of the pick-up, the D-Max 2021 will come with a BSVI-compliant 1.9L diesel engine as well as a BSVI-compliant 3.0L diesel motor. Mated to the engines will either be a 5-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic transmission system. Overall, the new D-Max 2021 will be bigger and wider than the previous iteration. The truck will come with a new dashboard as well as a new infotainment and steering system. Also new in the D-Max will be its AC vents and climate control which are similar to what is found in BMW cars. Inside, the D-Max 2021 comes with a 4.2-inch instrument cluster which is also brand new. Other features include a 7 or 9 inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, LED headlamps, 6 airbags, leather upholstery, and automatic headlamps. The upcoming D-Max 2021, when launched in India, is definitely going to lead to a large number of RC transfer papers being prepared.
|Expected Launch||15 June, 2021|
|Engine||1.0L Turbo-Petrol, 1.4L Petrol, 1.6L Petrol, 1.6L Diesel|
|Transmission||6-Speed Manual, 7-Speed DCT|
KIA has been doing really well in the Indian market and the upcoming XCeed will surely boost sales for the company once it is released. This stylish looking crossover is expected to enter the market into one of the most competitive segments in the country. Fortunately, the XCeed has a lot to offer the regular buyer and is more than capable of taking on some of the bigger names out there. There are a total of 3 petrol engines on offer with a single diesel engine option that will make it to India. The smallest petrol engine is a 1.0L 3-cylinder Turbo-petrol engine that is capable of generating 120Ps and 172Nm of torque. Next, there is a 1.4L, 4-cylinder petrol engine that produces 140Ps of power with 242Nm of torque. Finally, there is a 1.6L, 4-cylinder petrol engine option that generates 204Ps of power and 265Nm of torque. The only diesel engine on offer is a 1.6L motor that can produce 115Ps of power and 136Nm of torque. All the engines come paired with a 6-speed manual gearbox as standard while a 7-speed DCT transmission system is on offer for all the engines except the 1.0L Turbo-petrol one. The KIA XCeed will also come with a plethora of features which include dual-zone climate control, a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system, the UVO connected car technology from KIA, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, LED headlamps and DRLs, ABS with EBD, parking sensors, and multiple airbags.
|Expected Launch||5 August, 2021|
|Engine||1.5L 4-Cylinder Turbocharged Petrol|
|Transmission||6-Speed Manual, CVT Automatic|
If you think of premium SUVs, Mitsubishi might not be the first name that comes to mind, but the Eclipse Cross is one of the most popular SUVs available today outside India. In the front, the Eclipse Cross is fitted with a large grille that is overlaid with horizontal chrome slats. On each side, there are sleek LED headlamps that sit above the large fog lamps. The air dam is found below the grille and makes up the remaining of the front bumper. The rear of the car features an extended lip that houses the LED taillights and a large, sturdy bumper. Although the interiors consist of plastic, the quality of the plastic is extremely premium and adds a soft touch to the dashboard. There is a 7-inch infotainment system that offers complete control over your favourite music and other content. Powering the Eclipse Cross is a 1.5L 4-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine that is mated to a 6-speed manual transmission or a CVT automatic gearbox. There are rumours of a 2.2L diesel engine that could be included in the near future, but would not make it to India this year. With a price starting at about 18.0 lakh, the Eclipse Cross is set to be one of the most popular SUV cars available in the country.
|Expected Launch||15 August, 2021|
|Engine||Petrol, Electric Motor|
|Power||1.5kWh Lithium-Ion Battery|
Nissan’s electric vehicle (EV) design platform is one of the best in the world and the upcoming Nissan Note e Power uses that design to offer something more than just cleaner driving. When it comes to EV’s, power and range are two variables all potential buyers look for and are the two obstacles most manufacturers find hard to overcome. Nissan’s attempt at solving that dilemma is the Note e Power as it features both an electric motor as well as a petrol engine. This would make it a hybrid essentially, but the petrol engine is not there to get the wheels turning. In fact, all the power comes from the 1.5kWh Lithium-Ion battery which offers a torque of 254Nm. The petrol engine in the car works as a battery charger to keep the car moving even when the battery is running out of juice. With its sole purpose set on charging, the engine is expected to have an impressive mileage of 37kmpl. Since very little is known about the Note e Power, we will have to wait till its launch date to know the other details.
|Expected Launch||15 September, 2021|
|Engine||1.5L Turbo-Petrol, 2.0L Turbo-Petrol, Diesel|
With the Haval lineup of SUVs expected to be launched in India very soon, interested buyers can turn their attention to the upcoming Haval H6. The SUV was initially showcased back at the Auto Expo 2020 and is expected to be launched sometime in September, 2021. Great Wall Motors, the manufacturer of Haval, will be launching the H6 with updated Euro 5-compliant engines which will be a big advantage for Indian buyers. The SUV will be powered by a 1.5L Turbo-petrol engine that generates 163Ps of power and 280Nm of torque. There will also be a 2.0L Turbo-petrol engine that will produce 190Ps of power and 340Nm of torque. Both the engines will be mated to 7-speed DCT automatic transmissions with Front-Wheel-Drive capabilities. In terms of features, the Haval H6 will come with large 19-inch alloy wheels, LED headlamps with DRLs, a panoramic sunroof, LED taillights, a 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, cruise control, a dual-zone climate control, and an automatic powered front seat. In terms of safety, the Haval H6 comes with six airbags for the front and side, a 360-degree camera, ESC or Electronic Stability Control, and ABS with EBD.
|Expected Launch||15 September, 2021|
|Engine||2.0L Petrol, 1.6L GDI Petrol|
|Transmission||6-Speed Manual, 6-Speed Torque Converter|
The upcoming Elantra 2021 is probably one of Hyundai’s most exciting cars in terms of design and performance alike. The sedan is based on the Le Fil Rouge concept which was first showcased at the Geneva Motor Show back in 2018 and in 2020 at the Auto Expo. There is a distinct difference to the look of the new Elantra as the front grille now has a cascading effect while the Hyundai insignia now takes its place on the bonnet rather than the grille. The roofline now slopes like on a coupe and the sharp lines on the side give the sedan a beautifully aggressive look. Completing the look, the rear of the sedan also features sleek and stylish taillights with an LED strip stretching across the entire rear. Hyundai has not skimped out on the features as well with Google Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility, BOSE audio system, wireless charging, voice commands, and NFC-enabled digital car keys. Safety is also a very important part of the upcoming Elantra as it includes collision assist, parking cameras, lane keeping assistance, smart cruise control, blind-spot detection, and multiple airbags. Under the hood, the Elantra 2021 will come with 2.0L petrol engine that generates 147Ps of power and 179Nm of torque with a CVT transmission. Hyundai will also have a 1.6L GDI petrol option that will be paired with a 32kW electric motor that will generate a combined 139Ps of power and 264Nm of torque.
|Expected Launch||15 October, 2021|
|Engine||1.5L Turbocharged Petrol, Diesel|
|Transmission||6-Speed Manual, CVT|
While MG is popularly known for its powerful premium SUVs, the upcoming RC-6 sedan is definitely one of the more anticipated cars from the MG branding in India. The sedan is stylish and looks quite sporty. In the front, the RC-6 features a large chrome-plated grille with sleek LED headlamps and DRLs. Under the headlamps, the RC-6 houses bright LED fog lights and a large air dam. The taillights also feature LED lights which is an added benefit for all those interested buyers looking for a stylish car. Powering the RC-6 is a 1.5L Turbocharged petrol engine that is capable of generating 147Ps of power and 245Nm of torque. Mated to the engine is a 6-speed manual transmission and can also be had with a CVT automatic gearbox as well. Nothing is confirmed, but MG could launch the RC-6 with a diesel engine when it is finally launched in India. MG, as always, come packed with features that deliver on all levels and the RC-6 is just another example of that. The RC-6 comes with a sunroof, a dual-screen setup for the infotainment system and instrument cluster, a sporty flat-bottomed steering wheel, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, remote unlocking, voice commands for controlling the AC, music, windows, and sunroof, and real-time location sharing capabilities. When it is launched, the RC-6 will have to compete with sedans like the Skoda Octavia, Honda Civic, and Hyundai Elantra, and with what we already know, the RC-6 could quite easily go up against them.
|Expected Launch||12 December, 2021|
Back in 2018, Hyundai unveiled the Ioniq electric and hybrid models which took the world by storm. Later, Hyundai also showcased a plug-in hybrid variant which will most likely not make its appearance in India. As of the latest news, only the electric variant will be brought to India and will be one of the best options in the segment. Hyundai has fitted a decent 28kWh Lithium-Ion battery into the Ioniq which is expected to charge from 0-100 percent in about 9-10 hours. However, Hyundai will also include a quick charge option that will significantly reduce the charge time to about 4-5 hours. When the Ioniq’s battery is completely charged, it is expected to have a maximum range of 280 Kms which is rather impressive. In terms of design, the Ioniq electric car will come with a hexagonal grille that will give it a sleek, sharp look. The LED headlamps and LED DRLs will keep the Ioniq updated. The use of aluminum in the boot lid will make the Ioniq up to 25 percent lighter than some of the other Hyundai cars available today. In the features department, the Ioniq will come with a 7-inch instrument cluster as well as a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system. Safety will be a major attraction for the Ioniq with 7 airbags, adaptive cruise control, autonomous braking, lane change assist, and blind spot detection.
|Expected Launch||12 December, 2021|
When Great Wall Motors unveiled the Haval SUV lineup in India at the Auto Expo 2020, no one expected the lineup to gain the kind of popularity it already has. The Vision 2025 was one of the most outstanding SUV offerings from Haval and is expected to come with a plethora of features and specifications that will give it an edge over the competition in the market right now. For starters, the upcoming Vision 2025 was showcased with an AR-HUD or Augmented Reality Heads-Up Display that will turn the windshield into a touchscreen for navigation purposes. Some of the other features included with the Haval Vision 2025 include 5G connectivity, facial recognition, automatic driving modes, auto summon, auto park, and an option to shop while driving. The Haval Vision 2025 will be fitted with large 22-inch alloy wheels. Keeping to the modern theme, the Vision 2025 will come with cameras instead of OVRMs. The headlamps and taillights are sleek and bright – not quite like the ones seen on the other Haval SUVs. One of the standout features of the Vision 2025 is the 3D car locating feature that helps you find your car is a congested area with a push of a button. The engine specifications have not yet been released by GWM but we can expect a little more information as the launch date draws closer.
|Expected Launch||14 December, 2021|
|Expected Range||312 Kms|
Mahindra showcased the XUV300 Electric at the Auto Expo 2020 and it seems to be a huge hit in the EV segment. Compared to the regular SUV, the XUV300 Electric looks quite different with a blocked-off front grille and slight upgrades to its design. The headlamps and bumpers have been redesigned to match the modern look of the eSUV. Inside, the XUV300 Electric is more or less the same as the regular variant, however, the touchscreen infotainment system is now in the middle. In terms of power, Mahindra has not yet announced any specifications but it is expected to be quite similar to the Tata Nexon EV. The Nexon EV is fitted with a 30.2kWh Lithium-Ion battery which is capable of delivering a range of about 312 Kms on a full charge. The electric motor on the Nexon EV also produces 129Ps of power along with 245Nm of torque and we could see the same kind of specs coming to the XUV300 Electric.
|Expected Launch||31 December, 2021|
|Engine||1.0L MPI Petrol, 1.0L TSI Petrol, 1.5L TSI Petrol, 2.0L TSI Petrol, 1.6L TDI Diesel|
|Transmission||5-Speed Manual, 6-Speed Manual, 7-Speed DSG Automatic|
Based on the MBQ A0 platform from Volkswagen, the Virtus is designed to be compact, sturdy, and extremely safe. The Virtus was first unveiled in Sao Paulo, Brazil where it was confirmed that it will be the sedan version of the latest VW Polo Sixth-Gen – one of the most used cars in India. But the similarities between the Polo and the Virtus don’t end there. The Virtus will look and perform almost exactly like the Polo and will only get a similar boot as is on the VW Vento. From the upgraded exteriors to the stylish interiors, the Virtus will share the Polo’s design and powertrain as well which include a 1.0L MPI, 1.0L TSI, 1.5L TSI, and 2.0L TSI petrol engines. There is also said to be a 1.6L TDI diesel variant that could be launched in India. All variants will come with a 5-speed manual, 6-speed manual, and 7-speed DSG automatic transmission option. Some of the features you can find on the upcoming Virtus are LED headlamps and tail lamps, panoramic sunroof, digital instrument cluster, Virtual Cockpit, touchscreen infotainment system, flat bottom steering wheel, and wireless charging.
|Expected Launch||31 December, 2021|
Another one of Great Wall Motors’ upcoming cars is the ORA iQ and it is considered to be one of the most exciting EV vehicles in the coming months. The ORA iQ EV SUV is expected to be powered by an electric motor that runs on a 54.35kWh Lithium-Ion battery. The motor and battery together offer a range of 351 Kms when the battery is fully charged. The battery on the ORA iQ is guaranteed to last as long as 8 years or 1,20,000 Kms. The motor and the battery is capable of generating 161Ps of power and 280Nm of torque and offers a top speed of 150 kmph with an acceleration of 0-100 kmph in 9.5 seconds. When the ORA iQ is charged using the regular charger, it takes about 7 hours to go from 0-100 percent whereas the quick charging feature takes the battery from 0-80 percent in just 45 minutes.
|Expected Launch||10 February, 2022|
The future is already here and Maruti is embracing it with arms wide open as they revealed the Futuro-e concept car at the Auto Expo 2020. The Futuro-e is designed to look like a coupe and has some extremely sharp lines across the entire body of the vehicle. Despite the sharp lines, the Futuro-e is extremely smooth and flows from the front to the rear. Inside the Futuro-e is a two-toned, ivory and blue themed design that gives it a very futuristic look. The majority of the features in the car will be controlled through touchscreens. The Futuro-e will also be the first Maruti car to feature autonomous driving technology. In this way, the front seats are designed to swivel 180 degrees and face the rear seats. There will also be a number of screens around the car for passengers to enjoy entertainment of their liking. Although Maruti has discussed the future of the Futuro-e, the company is still working on it and it could be years before it is officially launched, however, if it is a model that attracts your attention, a pre-owned car evaluation tool might help you get the best deal possible when the car is officially launched in the country.
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