Over the years, carmakers have tried their best to make driving a vehicle as convenient as possible. Manufacturers have added more comfort features and driver aids to attract customers. Automatic gearboxes have played a huge role in making driving more convenient. Almost all the cars in the market come with automatic options. But still, some cars are missing automatic options. Manufacturers of these cars are working on bringing automatic options. In today’s article, we will be looking at upcoming automatic cars.
Tata Altroz is one of the best selling hatchbacks in the country. It is known for its safety and features. But Tata missed a trick by not offering an automatic gearbox on the Altroz. Its competition cars like the i20 and Baleno get proper automatic gearboxes. Tata is working on a DCT gearbox for the Altroz and it is expected to be launched soon.
Hyundai Venue diesel
The Venue is one of the best selling cars in its segment. It comes with a wide variety of engine and transmission options. But one thing missing from the Venue is a diesel automatic option. Its sister model, the Kia Sonet, has it, so the Venue is also expected to get one in the upcoming facelift.
Upcoming automatic cars Mahindra Marazzo
The Marazzo was kind of ahead of its time when it was launched. It had all the ingredients to succeed, but that hasn’t materialised. One of the reasons for this was no automatic options. In such big cars, an automatic transmission is a must-have option. Seeing Mahindra recent aggressive approach, Marazzo is expected to get an automatic gearbox soon.
Honda City diesel
The Honda City needs no introduction in the Indian car market. It has been an iconic sedan that has single-handedly kept the Honda brand relevant in India. Like the Venue, the Honda city also misses out on automatic gearbox on its diesel engines. The demand for diesel engines is on the rise and we expect Honda to launch a diesel automatic variant of the City soon.
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