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Spy shots round up: Top 5 India destined cars

Spy shots round up: Top 5 India destined cars
Desirazu Venkat Desirazu Venkat Monday 03 July 2017, 21:39 PM

Our spy photographers have been busy this month. With the climate become pleasant, many manufacturers have returned to the tarmacs of Europe to test out their new machines. This round up that you will read is this month’s collection of cars that will make their way to India within the next year or so.  

Hyundai Santa Fe

The Hyundai Santa Fe will enter its next generation in 2018 and in the run up Hyundai is busy testing the car in Europe. Pictures show us a new design language but with an overall shape that will match the likes of the current car keeping the identity of the Santa Fe intact.

Nissan Leaf

India is finally getting the Nissan Leaf and the test vehicle in the photos will be the model that will come here. The level of camouflage indicates Nissan is already in the later stages of testing the car ahead of its 2018 debut. Expect a shape similar to that of the new Nissan Micra and with lots of new driving and power saving technologies.

Volkswagen Jetta

The VW Golf has got a major update and it only seems logical that the Jetta will be updated too. The camouflage is not too heavy but does give us an idea that the changes which is that the Jetta will mimic the looks of the Phideon and the Arteon. In addition we could expect some new engine and cabin options with this updated car.

BMW X3

Okay, we will admit that we are a bit behind when it comes to the X3 as the car has already been revealed. However, our spy pictures do indicate that BMW is working hard to fine tune the X3 before it is launched in the market, hence the test mules. The car is India bound and should make its way here in 2018.

Mercedes-Benz CLS

Mercedes was one of the first to offer a vehicle with the design of a sedan but with a coupe (esque) roofline. This was the CLS and now close to 10 years later the new car is expected to be called the CLE and will join the E-Class family. It will retain its coupe design but with an E-Class face to match.       

 

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