The automotive industry is subject to constant change. With changes in technology and customer demands, the industry keeps churning new models and upgradations each year. The cars now will serve as a head-turner, along with its primary function of transportation. In India, the year 2021 is expected to see quite a few head-turners amongst the vehicle industry.
Listing here are the absolute top 5 head turners in India launching in the year 2021:
1. New Generation Tata Safari
Unlike Harrier, it is slightly taller and longer, sparing extra room for the third row. Although it has the same 2.0- litre Diesel engine, with the same transmissions; it has few cosmetic changes like roof rails, chrome studded grills, machine cut alloy wheels and a pair of vertically-split headlamps to give it the handsome looks.
The unofficial pre bookings are already underway at selected dealerships.
Kiger is a beautiful SUV by Renault, it will launch on 15th February 2021 in India, with deliveries beginning in March 2021.
Kiger is all set to foray in the competitive space of sub-4-metre SUV’s. The carmaker takes pride in the styling and attractive pricing of Kiger in the contested segment mostly alongside Nissan Magnite, Tata Nexon, Kia Sonnet and others.
Token amounts and pre-orders are being taken by a few dealerships. Test drives and showroom displays are set in order by this month.
3. Next Generation Mahindra XUV500
A highway mile muncher and a convenient city commute, XUV500 is an all-rounder in terms of performance. The ‘Cheetah-Inspired’ XUV500 has received a second facelift in the seven years of its existence, coupled with grunty performance.
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Keeping aside the base, this is the only SUV in its class to offer level 1 autonomous tech, making it the most affordable car to do so in its segment. The spied production-ready avatar is going to launch sometime around April 2021.
The new SUV will be longer, wider and will continue to rival its counter 5-seaters with its sharper and more aggressive styling.
4. Tata HBX (Hornbill)
With an expected launch in mid-2021, the micro-SUV that will sit below Nexon is rumoured to be called Hornbill. The micro-SUV offers a petrol-only variant with manual and AMT options.
According to rumours the HBX to be roomier and with doors opening to a 90-degree to aid convenience. Based on the same platform as Altroz and styling cues of Harrier, it sure promises to be an interesting product.
HBX could carry the legacy of 4-star safety of Tata car family. It is going to be in the competitive lines of Ford Freestyle, Mahindra KUV100 and others in the segment.
5. Next-generation Mahindra Scorpio
The Next-Generation Mahindra Scorpio will available for sale around mid-2021 in India. It will go large in all dimensions, giving it more road presence.
Mahindra is likely to offer this new creation with both 6-speed manual and 6-speed torque converter gearbox amongst other features like the large front grille, rectangular headlamps, C-shaped LED DRLs, among the few.
Kia Seltos, Nissan Kicks, Hyundai Creta and likes are rivals to this outgoing model.