In the coming months 5 best upcoming cars 2021, the Indian car industry will receive a range of new models and some of them will be cheap cars priced under INR 5 lakh (ex-showroom). Five new vehicles under the age of five will then be introduced by 2021 in India:
New Datsun redi-GO facelift
The Datsun redi-GO is the first car to launch in India soon of all the cars on the route. The new publicity material from Datsun redi-Go has leaked and reveals that the car has a totally redesigned front edge, a bigger grille, smarter and wider L-shaped LED DRLs and more slim LED fog lamps. The car faces up look a lot bolder.
The sides and rear of Datsun redi-Go are very little changed, including roof rails, the wheel caps looking snazzier, and the insignia of Datsun underneath the mirror.
With new dual-tone leather upholstery and a brand new dashboard, the cab of the Datsun redi-GO has been completely updated. The width of the dashboard and the lower center console have a new gunmetal trim. There is also an 8-inch Touchscreen Infotainment Interface and a new center console. The Datsun redi-GO now has a range of new features, such as interiorly controllable mirrors and cloth for the front door.
The new Datsun redi-Go is expected to offer the same engine choices as previously – 0.8 liters (54 PS/72 Nm) and 1,0 liter (68 PS/91 Nm) petrol. Likewise, the transmission options should be the 5-speed manual and the 5-speed manual (which is only available with a 1.0-litre engine). Datsun Redi-Go is one of India 2021’s latest vehicles for under five lakhs.
Tata HBX (Tata Hornbill/Tata X445)
The HBX concept production edition will be the Indian car manufacturer’s take on micro SUVs like the Mahindra KUV100 and Maruti Ignis, which will also be the next major item of Tata Motors in India, after a newly introduced Altroz Luxury hatchback. At Auto Expo 2020, the design was introduced.
The Tata HBX will stand erect and stylishly like Tiago and Altroz, based on the latest generation Tata vehicles. The front fascia will be inspired by Harrier, with clever regular LEDs and lower headlamps. Skid plates and the side body shielding along the length contribute to the rugged nature. The back doors are recessed in the C-pillar by the Altroz rear door handles.
The Tata HBX shares many of its components with the Altroz on the inside, including the flat, multifunctional wheel, a digital device part console, and a touch-screen 7-inch infotainment system. The dashboard has rounded rectangular AC flowers, and the automatic temperature control in the center console may be mounted much lower than normal.
The 1.2-Liter 3-cylinder Tata Tiago petrol engine is planned to be used by Tata HBX. It is fitted with a 5-speed manual and five-speed manual transmission options, 86 HP power and 113 Nm torque.
Currently one of the oldest versions of Maruti Suzuki in India and without major improvements in powertrain and architecture, the Maruti Celerio was upgraded to the BS-6 specifications. Maruti is believed to be working on an all-new Celerio that would have this Diwali in the showrooms.
There are currently no verified Maruti YNC data. You should expect a brand new outside and inside, full of LED DRLs, alloy wheels, infotainment systems, and other recent trend features common in the market. It is available with 1.0-litre petrol and petrol GNU connected motors and with a 5-speed manual and 5-speed manual transmission. It’s based in every respect on a Heartect platform.
Hyundai micro-SUV (Hyundai AX)
In 2021, Hyundai will commence its micro-SUV following Tata Motors this year. It’s named internally ‘AX’ by the South Korean automaker.
It is thought that the Hyundai AX was based on the Hyundai Santro Platform K1. The new hatchback is expected to set new design and equipment patterns within the market, in the traditional Hyundai model.
The engine is likely to borrow a 1.1-liter (69 PS/99 Nm) engine from the Santro which is currently the smallest Hyundai motor in India since the motor train is supposed to be placed as a budget model.
Hyundai Santro facelift
The Santro new era couldn’t have been as good as Hyundai had hoped. Hyundai is likely to send him a gentle upgrade by 2021 to turn the tables in his favor.
While the new Hyundai Santro facial lift is not currently accessible, certain tweaks to its facial lift with functions such as daytime LEDs and alloy wheels are expected to be available. There are also some different additions to the interior, but the dashboard remains the same style.
Provided that the Hyundai Santro 1,1 liter four-cylinder (69 PS/99 Nm) engine has recently been upgraded to BS6 specifications, it can be concluded that the afterlift will be preserved. There can also be retention of the 5-speed manual and 5-speed manual transmissions “as reported by www.indianautoblog.com”.