16 New Car Launches Before Diwali By Maruti, Tata, Hyundai, Mahindra & More!

16 New Car Launches Before Diwali By Maruti, Tata, Hyundai, Mahindra & More!
16 New Car Launches Before Diwali By Maruti, Tata, Hyundai, Mahindra & More!

Diwali season is just around the corner, and Indian automakers count on these festivals to launch new cars and put them on sale. 

Let’s look at some of the upcoming cars by leading automobile manufacturers that will be here for us by the festive season!

Upcoming cars by Maruti Suzuki India Limited

Maruti Vitara

Maruti Brezza CNG

Maruti Baleno CNG

New-Gen Maruti Alto

Upcoming cars by Hyundai

New-Gen Hyundai Tucson

Hyundai Venue N Line

Hyundai Ioniq 5

Upcoming cars by Tata

Tata Nexon CNG

Tata Altroz EV

Upcoming cars by Mahindra

Mahindra Scorpio N

Mahindra Bolero Neo Plus

Upcoming cars by Toyota

Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder

New Toyota Urban Cruiser

Toyota Glanza CNG

Upcoming cars by Citroen

Citroen C3

New Citroen C5

No More IC Engines?

European Union countries have together decided to ensure zero carbon emissions by 2035 by ending internal combustion engines. 

Governments also agreed to improve the EU Emissions Trading System’s price-control mechanism as part of the package. In addition, they want to put off for a year the creation of a new carbon market for heating and transportation fuel. They also want to set up a climate fund to help the most vulnerable people afford the costs of the new cap-and-trade system.

Auto Sales Decline 18% in 2021

Festival season in India, especially the one occurring in the September-November period is a remarkable period for companies, especially auto, technology, and e-commerce services providers, along with the retail and fashion sectors to cash-in stellar gains and surge their sales figures and revenues.

We had reported last year that according to the data collated by the Federation of Automobile Dealers Associations (FADA), festival season 2021 marked the worst business year for the auto industry in the country, in the past 10 years.

The highly-anticipated 42 day-long festival season in 2021 witnessed a decline in the country’s automobile retail sales by 18% on a YoY basis, selling nearly 20,90,893 units of vehicles this festive season, compared to about 25,56,335 units sold in the same period last year.

The sales of two-wheelers declined by 18% to 15,79,642 units in the festival season 2021, against 19,38,066 units in 2020. Tractor sales fell 23% to 56,841 units in 2021, compared to 56,841 units in the previous year. 

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