There are a lot of cars which will be launching in India this year. In this article, we will discuss the upcoming cars expected to launch in March.
The Mahindra eKUV100, which is Mahindra’s next electric vehicle for the country is expected to launch in March. The eKUV100 will boast a driving range of 147km with charging time (0 to 80%) being an hour with fast charging.
Citroen C5 Aircross
C5 Aircross is Citroen’s first product for the country. With C5 Aircross unveiled recently, we expect the launch of the C5 in March this year. The Citroen is a great product which brings fresh luxury and looks, straight from Europe.
Our review of the Citroen C5 Aircross is coming soon.
Mercedes Benz E-Class Facelift
The Mercedes Benz E-class which awaits a facelift since 2017 is expected to launch in March this year. The E-Class which was launched in 2017 was the product’s fifth-generation and since the E-Class has not seen a facelift.
The latest facelift than the Honda Jazz received was in 2020. But we expect that Honda will bring the all-new Jazz this March. The new Jazz will come with a completely new look on the outside as well as on the inside.
The E-Pace from Jaguar is the brand’s first compact SUV. With sharp looks all-over the car and Jaguar’s premium luxury guaranteed, the E-Pace is a product to look forward to. The E-Pace is also expected to launch this year in March.
The Jaguar I-Pace is JLR’s first-ever all-electric SUV, and it has been recently announced by Jaguar India that the company will be launching the I-Pace on 9th March. The vehicle will be able to do a 0-100 in just a matter of 4.8 seconds.
Audi Q3 is another luxury car which awaits an update since 2017. We expect Audi to launch the new Q3 this March, which will be the second generation of the product. With the new Q3, there will be multiple changes on the whole product ranging from looks to the power figures.
The Skoda Kushaq is the brand’s first product which will be specifically built for the country is awaiting a launch any time soon. We expect the Kushaq to launch in March this year. Skoda specifically made a platform, MQB A0 IN, on which the future cars for India will be made.
MG ZS Petrol
MG saw success with its first-ever EV for the country, the ZS EV. The ZS EV received a facelift very recently with range buffed up to 419km on a single charge. Now, MG is planning to launch a petrol-powered ZS in the country. We expect the ZS Petrol to launch in March.
Rolls Royce Ghost
The Rolls Royce Ghost, which awaits a generation change, will see its second-generation coming this time. We expect to see the new Ghost come in March this year. The RR Ghost is the epitome of luxury which will see multiple changes in the new Ghost. This is one of the most exciting in the list of upcoming cars in March.
Spyshots of the Mahindra XUV500 have been doing regular rounds online. We very recently brought to you the latest spyshots of the XUV500 being tested in Solang Valley. The new XUV500, which will come with new looks and a more powerful engine, is expected to launch in March.
Tata Altroz EV
After the massive success of its Nexon EV, Tata is planning to launch the electric version of the Altroz, the Altroz EV. The Altroz EV will be similar to the regular Altroz, with some minor changes to the interior and some new colour options on offer.
The Taycan is Porsche’s first electric car. The EV which was first revealed in 2019 started selling in the global markets in 2020. Now, the Taycan is expected to come to India this March. The Taycan boasts of 431km driving range on its base model. With higher models, the range extends to 484km.
Tata Tigor EV Facelift
The Tata Tigor EV awaits a facelift and we believe that will happen in March. The new Tigor EV is expected to come with changes done to the looks The battery pack is however expected to be the same with range and charging time remaining the same.
Audi e-Tron is Audi’s first electric car which was made its global debut in 2018. The brand is now expected to bring the e-Tron to India this March. With a 357km range on a single charge mated with luxury, the e-Tron will be a product to look forward to.
Mercedes Benz A-Class Limousine
Mercedes Benz is ready to launch the A-Class Limousine edition in the country very soon. Bookings for the car have also started. The A-Class Limousine will be available in two variants, a petrol and a diesel variant. The Mercedes Benz A-Class will cater to all luxury needs of a potential customer.
Audi S5 Sportsback
The S5 Sportsback, which was touted for a launch last year is expected to launch this March. The new S5 Sportsback will sport new LED headlights with DRLs updated. The S5 Sportsback is expected to come as a petrol-only product.
BMW M5 Facelift
The facelift of the M5 was unveiled last year. We expect to see the facelift come to India this March. With better chassis setup, updated design elements on the outside as well as on the inside and better ergonomics, the new M5 will find it easy to lock horns with the competition. This will be another exciting product in the list of upcoming cars in March.
The Skoda Kodiaq saw its slow exit from the market due to not matching with the strict BS6 emission norms is touted for a comeback this March. We expect the Skoda Kodiaq to come with a facelift, and of course, a BS6 compliant engine.
Force Motors Gurkha
The Gurkha which was last updated in 2019 awaits an update is expected to come this March with better comfort on the Gurkha. The rugged vehicle is also expected to come with better convenience features like a touchscreen system and fully-digital instrument cluster.
The Renault Kiger was recently unveiled globally from India. The Kiger is the first compact SUV from Renault which comes with multiple convenience features like best-in-class boot and storage capacity. The official launching of the Kiger is expected to happen this March.
The latest Audi Q7 facelift is expected to be launched in March. The facelift will get new design cues which will resemble the current design language of Audi vehicles. The Q7 will also see updates in the interior as well.
The Isuzu D-Max will come with a generation-change in its latest iteration. The changes will be evident on the exterior as well as the interior and overall performance of the vehicle. The exterior will be heavily updated with headlights getting new updated DRLs as well.
The new Vento is expected to come this March. The new Vento will be based on the MQB A0 IN platform which has been developed by Skoda specifically for India. The Vento is expected to come with new design cues.
Although these are the upcoming cars to launch which we expect will happen in March, the final dates are subject to change according to the respective brands’ final decision.
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