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Top 10 India-bound cars spied last month

Top 10 India-bound cars spied last month
CarTrade Editorial Team CarTrade Editorial Team Tuesday 04 April 2017, 20:51 PM

Here is your monthly dope of spy shots of cars that will eventually make it to India. While some are expected this year, some will take a couple of years from now.

Mercedes-Benz A-Class

Now, the Mercedes A-Class has been around for years now and is due for a generation update. The new car will be roomier but might not look too different from the existing car. With new engines, it might also get a hybrid powertrain along with the crazy A45 AMG setup.

Jeep Wrangler

The Jeep Wrangler is getting updated globally and is expected to the hit the American markets by 2018. With Jeep’s plan to start manufacturing more Jeeps in India after the Compass, this new Wrangler might be the first one to be built in India.

Toyota Corolla

Looking at this image, it would be really hard to imagine what the new Corolla would be like. But knowing the Japanese carmaker and how it fashioned the new Corolla Altis, the new Toyota Corolla will be angular, busy and aggressive from the outside and geeky inside thanks to the equipment.

Porsche 911

Porsche tests a 911 every day, even on the day of its launch because there will be either the cabriolet or the Targa or the GT2 or the GT3 in the making. By the time Porsche is done with testing all its avatars, it is time to launch the new 911 and it has to be better and faster.

Mercedes-AMG GT four-door

Mercedes unveiled the four-door AMG GT concept in Geneva and we were kind of surprised when we found that the concept was already being put through its paces in the winter snow. Should the Porsche Panamera be getting the chills right now?

Jaguar F-Pace SVR

The F-Pace is Jaguar’s first-ever SUV and was launched in India in 2016. Jaguar is now working on a fully blown version of the F-Pace with a massive 5.0-litre supercharged petrol engine lurking under the hood and luxuries in the cabin good enough to please the Queen.

Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class

The Mercedes GLE is due for an update ever since it got the new badge and looks like it will arrive next year. The new GLE gets styling similar to the current car, but its looks will be sharper. The platform will be lighter and the interior will resemble the new E-Class.

Volvo XC40

Volvo is generally impervious to worldly fads but the SUV trend has lured in the Swedish car maker too. After the striking all-new XC90, the Volvo is planning to build two more SUVs, the XC40 and the XC60. All we know is that it will be safe and will look great.

Rolls Royce Phantom

The Rolls Royce Phantom is the flagship sedan from the world’s most luxurious car maker and it is now being built anew. At times we wonder what more can Rolls Royce offer with the Phantom, but then, they are the best in this business for a reason and that is their ability to surprise us.

Ssangyong Rexton

Some say the Rexton might never come back to India while some say it will. All we know is that the new Rexton looks raucous and Ssangyong is testing the SUV thoroughly. With more five-seater SUVs coming in like the Tuscon and the CR-V, the new Rexton might work this time.

 

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