The new car will be launched in April 2022

Suzuki XL72

Check out our list of upcoming cars that are set to launch in the Indian car market this month, in April 2022.

The new financial year (FY2022-23) has just begun, and some car manufacturers in India are planning to start with a push! Some new models have already been launched in our country this month, such as the Hyundai Creta Knight Edition and VW Polo Legend Edition, and a few more are set to go on sale soon.

Below, we have listed all the upcoming cars in the Indian market, which are going to be launched this April.

1. Maruti XL6 Facelift

Maruti Suzuki is planning to launch Facelifted XL6 in India, probably in the last week of April. The updated model will show minor changes to the exterior design, and the interior is expected to receive major updates, such as a larger infotainment system, updated instrument console, and more.

Suzuki xl7

Mechanically, MPV will remain unchanged though. It will get a 1.5-liter NA petrol engine, a light-hybrid system available as standard. Transmission options will probably include a 5-speed manual and a 6-speed torque-converter automatic gearbox.

2. Maruti Ertiga Facelift

The Maruti Ertiga is also rumored to have a midlife facelift, which will be launched near the XL6 facelift. Apart from updating the exterior design, we hope it gets some extra features and tools. The 1.5L NA petrol engine with light-hybrid technology is expected to remain unchanged, and it will continue to get a CNG alternative (without the light-hybrid system).

2022 Maruti Ertiga seen on facelift img7

3. Tata Nexon EV Long Range

Tata Motors is working on an updated version of the Nexon EV, which will launch in the last week of April. The electric SUV is expected to have a larger battery option (long-range version), which will be available alongside the current version (standard model). We expect some extra tools and some aesthetic changes.

4. Tata Tiger EV Long Range

The Tata Tigor EV is expected to get an update similar to the Nexon EV, which will be launched alongside the latter. The electric sedan will add a larger battery option (long-range version) to its range, and there may be some cosmetic changes. Tigor EV’s tool list may also see some updates.

2021 Tata Tiger Electric-6

5. Skoda Kushak Monte Carlo

Skoda Kushaq is currently enjoying good sales success in the Indian market, and Czech carmaker plans to add a new top-spec trim level to the SUV. The new trim – the Monte Carlo – will significantly enhance the luxury of the SUV, providing new upholstery and possibly some extra features. Engine options – 1.0L turbo-petrol unit and 1.5L turbo-petrol unit – will remain the same though.

6: Honda City Hybrid (to be unveiled)

The Honda City Hybrid will finally make its official debut in India on April 14, and its price will probably be revealed next month. It will be powered by a 1.5-liter petrol-electric hybrid powerplant rated at 110 PS and 253 Nm. After launch, it will probably be the most fuel-efficient sedan in India.

Honda City eHEV Hybrid

7. BMW i4 (to be unveiled)

BMW will discontinue the i4 electric sedan on 28 April. The BMW i4 is basically an all-electric version of the 4-Series Gran Coupe, which gets an 83.9 kWh battery pack. Internationally, there are two variants on offer – eDrive40 and M50. The former comes in a single-motor (RWD) configuration, while the latter comes in a dual-motor (AWD) configuration. We are not sure which version will be sold in India.

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