The new model is expected to be built on the carmaker’s Heartect platform, and it is expected to be larger in dimensions than the current model
Tata Motors is expected to introduce Altroz EV in India soon, likely before the end of this year. The electric hatchback was unveiled in pre-production form at the 2020 Auto Expo, and it was expected to deliver a driving range of 250 km to 300 km.
Maruti Swift is one of the most popular cars in the Indian market, and it is slated to get a new CNG powertrain. This is expected to be the same 1.2L bi-fuel engine that powers Dzire CNG, mated to a 5-speed manual transmission
This will be the same 1.2-litre bi-fuel engine as mentioned above – rated at 90 PS/113 Nm when running on CNG and at 77.5 PS/98.5 Nm when running on petrol. Toyota’s rebadged version – Glanza – will also get it.
MG is expected to introduce a new electric hatchback in the Indian market, based on Wuling Air EV