New Delhi: Every one of us, is excited to get the new cars in the house. Get ready for launch month-September as many key launches are lined up for the month. The festive period is always the most exciting for the Indian automobile sector as many of the launches happen during the festive season. However, fighting the threat of Covid-19 is still on, but that doesn’t mean we can ignore our sentiments.
Here are some of the launches that are going to happen in the month of September
1 Hyundai i20 N Line
Hyundai i20 N Line has already released all the details and pictures of the car and the launch will take place on September 2. The i20 N Line will offer a sports version of the popular Korean hatchback. There are many more cars that are lined up for the same year.
2 Volkswagen Taigun
Volkswagen Taigun will be officially launched in the country on September 23. Taigun has lots of expectations from the public and will compete against rivals. Volkswagen earlier announced that Taigun is built with careful planning while considering the conditions and expectations of buyers.
Seltos has turned out to be a great success for Kia, especially in India. The company entered the Indian market in 2019. It has increased sales but we can’t deny that the product has been facing competition from newer and updated rivals. Seltos X-Line is a model update that could spark interest in the vehicle. However, the launch date for Kia Seltos X-Line has not been revealed yet but it is expected that the prices of the car will be announced in the first week of September.
MG Astor SUV will be a whole traditional thing in India but there are many more that the carmaker is planning with the new vehicle. The launch of the vehicle is expected in mid of September. Astor SUV will be seen with an Artificial Intelligence (AI) powered personal assistant system.
5 Audi e-tron GT
Audi India car will have the only luxury that will have up to three fully electric models on offer. Audi is all bucked up to offer e-tron Gt after driving in the e-tron and e-tron Sportback here.