The upcoming festive season and the final months of 2023 are expected to bring a wave of excitement with the launch of several highly anticipated SUVs. If you’re eager to know what SUVs are hitting the market before the year’s end, you’ve come to the right place.
One of the most highly awaited SUVs is the Tata Harrier facelift. This mid-size SUV has been in development for quite some time, and numerous test mules have been spotted. The facelifted Harrier will feature extensive updates to its exterior and interior design. Expect a new front fascia, front and rear bumpers, and taillights. Inside, the Harrier will receive technological advancements, while the engine options are likely to include the current 2.0-liter diesel engine and a new 1.5-liter turbo petrol engine.
Following the launch of the Harrier facelift, Tata Motors will also introduce the Tata Safari facelift. Similar to the Harrier, the Safari will showcase a refreshed front-end design with a new bumper. The interior will also undergo significant changes, with a new dashboard layout inspired by the Tata Curvv SUV and an updated infotainment screen and steering wheel. The powertrain options are expected to include the existing 2.0-liter diesel engine and the new 1.5-liter turbocharged petrol motor.
Another exciting SUV to look out for is the Tata Punch EV. This electric version of the popular micro-SUV, Punch, is expected to feature minor design changes compared to its internal combustion engine counterpart. The Punch EV will likely come with Tata’s Ziptron EV technology and offer two battery pack options – a 24 kWh battery with a range of 315 km and a smaller 19.2 kWh battery with a range of 250 km.
Mahindra Automotive, India’s largest SUV maker, will also be launching a new product – the Mahindra Bolero Neo+. This facelifted version of the discontinued TUV300+ aims to expand the popular Bolero model’s portfolio. It will feature a full-size ladder-on-frame chassis and come with a 2.2-liter diesel engine, although power figures will be slightly lower compared to the Bolero model.
Toyota has recently trademarked the name Taisor in India, indicating the launch of a new crossover SUV. It is rumored that the Toyota Taisor could be based on the Maruti Suzuki Fronx, with minor external changes. Expect similar powertrain options to the Fronx, including a 1.0-liter BoosterJet engine and a 1.2-liter naturally aspirated petrol engine.
Get ready for an exciting lineup of SUVs as we approach the end of 2023!
– Source 1: [Include Source Name]
– Source 2: [Include Source Name]