India-bound Cars At 2017 Geneva Motor Show

Date: March 7, 2017 6:44 PM
  • Geneva Motor Show 2017 India bound cars

    Year’s most awaited motoring event, Geneva Motor Show opened to a great start today with globally renowned names from the automotive fraternity bringing concepts and production ready models to the event. With most of the international models clinching away the spotlight at the event, some India-bound models also debuted at the event, giving inkling into the new models set for launch here.

  • Tamo Racemo - With several firsts to its credit, TAMO Racemo made its global debut at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. To be manufactured in Mumbai, Tata is planning early 2018 launch and is expected to price it between Rs 25 lakh to Rs 30 lakh.

  • Audi Q8 - Revealed in concept form at the ongoing Geneva Motor Show, the Q8 will sit above Q7 in Audi’s Q series. First showcased at the Detroit Motor show, the Q8 concept features petrol-electric hybrid technology, the concept version is claimed to sprint to 100kmph from rest within 4.7 seconds.

  • Tata Nexon - Readying for a festive season launch in India, Tata Motors showcased a special edition of Nexon in Geneva alongside Racemo and Tigor. Upon its launch, it will be Tata’s entry into the highly competitive subcompact SUV segment.

  • New Maruti Suzuki Swift - Suzuki showcased its highly anticipated new generation Swift at Geneva Motor Show. Set to leap into a new generation, Swift will witness radical changes to the exterior and interior, whereas the engine set up will be retained.

  • 2018 Volvo XC60 - With its leaked image going viral on the inter-web, the 2018 Volvo XC60 is yet to make its official debut at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. Resembling XC90 visually, the 2018 XC60 will rival BMW X3, Audi Q5 and Mercedes Benz GLC in the segment.

  • Tata Tigor India

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