The year 2020 could not do much better for the country’s automotive sector. The Corona epidemic has cost the automotive sector thousands of crores of rupees every day. In such a scenario, the automotive industry now has high expectations from next year i.e. 2021. Many new models from Tata Gravitas to Hector Plus will be launched in January next year. Come on in, take a look and enjoy yourself!
Tata Gravitas: Tata Motors will launch its new SUV Gravitas on January 26. Recently, this SUV has been found during testing. In fact, this is the 7-seater version of the company’s current model Harrier. It first appeared at the last Auto Expo. The Gravitas is a luxury flagship model built on Land Rover’s D8 platform. It is based on the OMEGARC architecture.
Toyota Fortuner Facelift: Japanese automaker Toyota is launching a new facelift incarnation of the luxury sport utility vehicle (SUV) Toyota Fortuner in the Indian market. According to the information received, the new facelift model will be launched on January 6. Both the exterior and interior of this new model, the company has made some special changes, which will make it better than the current model. The company will use a 2.8-liter diesel engine in the SUV, which produces 204bhp.
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MG Hector Plus: MG Motors launched its new SUV Hector just last year. The company will now launch a new 7-seater version of the Hector Plus. In this new SUV, the company will use the bench seat instead of the captain’s seat in the second row. Apart from this, the company will also launch a new facelift model of MG Hector. In both these SUVs the company 1. It will use 1.5 liter petrol and 0.0 liter mild hybrid diesel engine.
Tata Ultras Turbo: Tata Motors is all set to launch a new turbo incarnation of its premium hatchback car Ultra in the domestic market. The company has recently released a new teaser video of this car. Currently, Tata Ultras are available with both petrol and diesel engines. Now the company will use the same engine in its turbo variant as seen in the Nexon. This engine generates about 110 PS of power and 140 Nm of torque. The Turbo type of Tata Ultras can be offered with a 5-speed manual or 7-speed dual clutch transmission.