the Indian-spec version will be offered with a 163 PS, 1.5L turbo petrol mild-hybrid engine and 213 PS, 1.5L strong hybrid powertrain options. It will be offered with 5 and 7-seat configurations in India

1. Nissan X-Trail

The new Tata Safari facelift, just like the new Harrier facelift will be offered with styling updates in addition to new features and better safety equipment. The Tata Safari challenges the rivals like the Hyundai Alcazar, MG Hector Plus, and the Mahindra XUV700

2. Tata Safari

The SUV shares its underpinnings and basic exterior styling with the standard three-door version and will be offered with four seating layouts – 6, 7, 9, and 13-seats

3. Force Gurkha 5-Door

It gets a mildly updated front end while the interior gains a host of revisions including the largest touchscreen infotainment system in the Indian automotive industry. No mechanical changes are expected.

4. MG Hector Facelift

The Mahindra Bolero Neo Plus will be a larger version of the present Bolero Neo and will offer a more spacious and comfortable cabin for the buyers.

5. Mahindra Bolero Neo Plus

Citroen is expanding its Indian portfolio with the launch of multiple new offerings and is said to be working on a C3-based three-row SUV for the Indian market.

6. Citroen C3 7-Seater SUV

The brand will soon be launching the next-gen Fortuner in the market next year and will offer it with refreshed exterior styling, updated powertrain options, and an all-new cabin.

7. Toyota Fortuner Next-Gen