New Cars 2021 Special – Part 1: Hatchback and sedan launches this year | Autocar India

Welcome to our annual list of all the cars set to launch in the new year. In the first video of the series, Cyrus Dhabhar runs you through all the hatchbacks and sedans set to go on sale in India in 2021.

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0:00 – Introduction
0:34 – Hyundai i20 N Line
1:08 – New Maruti Suzuki Celerio
1:40 – New Maruti Suzuki Baleno
2:03 – Tata Altroz Turbo
2:35 – Audi A4 facelift
3:01 – BMW 3 Series Gran Limousine
3:27 – BMW 5 Series facelift
3:45 – BMW 6 Series GT facelift
4:02 – Honda City Hybrid
4:27 – Jaguar XF facelift
4:48 – Mercedes-Benz A-Class Sedan
5:16 – Mercedes-Benz E-Class facelift
5:39 – New Mercedes-Benz S-Class
6:03 – Porsche Panamera update
6:18 – Skoda mid-size sedan
6:39 – New Skoda Octavia
7:04 – Toyota Camry facelift
7:27 – New Volkswagen Vento
7:48 – New Volvo S60

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  1. I'm looking forward to a comparison test between the the new i20 Turbo and Altroz Turbo this year (similar to the Nexon and Venue comparison in 2020) @autocar india!

  2. Tell us about the SUVs. Which are the best options up around 40 lacs. 4wd is must. Long term reliability, service back up , resale and maintenance cost ??

  3. I believe that the XL5 being projected as the premium version of the wagon r is actually the wagon r ev. However, it would have been prudent for Maruti to have two versions of the wagon r. The 1 ltr variant in the current style to be retailed through the arena outlets and the 1.2 ltr as the premium version with split headlamps on the bumper and drls above (as is the suvish norm nowadays) to be retailed through the Nexa outlets. This would have been maruti's answer to the forthcoming Tata hbx and Hyundai ax1. Mr. C V Raman this is for your kind information!

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