by carspostal September 01, 2023 No comments UPCOMING CARS
Upcoming Cars

A few interesting new cars and SUVs are scheduled to debut in September 2023, some of which are the mainstay models of the respective automakers. This page is a list of the upcoming cars and SUVs that will go on sale in September 2023.

Upcoming cars 2023Upcoming Cars and SUVs Coming In September 2023

Here is a list of upcoming cars going on sale in September 2023:

1. Honda Elevate

Honda Cars India is finally preparing to introduce a brand-new car for the Indian market after what seems like an eternity. The Honda vehicle that will soon be available in India will be a C-segment SUV. We already know a number of features about the forthcoming Elevate SUV since its presentation in June. With a few useful additions, the Elevate is simply an SUV version of the beloved Honda City. It also shares a 1.5L regular petrol engine with the City sedan, which generates 121PS of power and 138Nm of torque.

Bookings for the Elevate are currently available, and you can read our piece about the Honda Elevate’s anticipated pricing before it goes on sale to get a better understanding of how it compares to other market leaders like the Hyundai Creta and Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara.

Volvo C40 Recharge2. Volvo C40 Recharge

On September 4, Volvo is prepared to introduce the new C40 Recharge electric coupe SUV. The automaker will offer the C40 Recharge with the twin-motor arrangement and place it above the XC40 Recharge. The C40 Recharge, which was unveiled earlier in June, shares a battery pack and electric motors with the XC40 Recharge. The C40 Recharge delivers a WLTP-claimed range of 530 km on a single charge as opposed to the XC40 Recharge’s 419 km range, though, because of its steeply sloped rear end and some ingenious upgrades. The new C40 Recharge will compete with other electric SUVs like the Mercedes-Benz EQB and Kia EV6.

upcoming cars - Mercedes-Benz EQE SUV3. SUV from Mercedes-Benz

On September 15, Mercedes-Benz India will officially introduce the new EQE SUV. With significantly more space and functionality, the new EQE electric SUV will be positioned above the EQC SUV. The EQE SUV, as its name suggests, is an SUV version of the EQE sedan and is supported by a skateboard platform. Depending on the configuration, the EQE SUV’s 90.6kWh battery pack drives rear- or rear and front-mounted electric motors. Which powertrain Mercedes-Benz India introduces to our market is still to be seen. The new EQE SUV will compete with other electric cars like the Audi E-Tron, Jaguar I-Pace, and BMW iX.

Upcoming Cars - New-Gen Tata Nexon4. Tata Nexon New-Gen

The Nexon will soon receive a significant update from Tata Motors, which we anticipate to be a new-generation model. Tata has already begun distributing the new Nexon to dealers, so we anticipate its launch to occur in the first half of September. Numerous updates, including split LED headlights, connected LED tail lights, a bigger touchscreen infotainment system, and a full-color LCD instrument cluster, will be available on the new Nexon. The new Tata Nexon from 2023 will continue to compete against other B2-segment SUVs, such as the Hyundai Venue, Kia Sonet, Maruti Suzuki Brezza, and Mahindra XUV300.

upcoming cars - Tata Punch EV5. Tata Punch EV

We anticipate Tata Motors to introduce the Punch EV shortly after the debut of the new 2023 Nexon. Tata Motors hasn’t officially unveiled the Punch EV to the public, but numerous spy photos of the electric SUV have lately surfaced online. Our sources indicate that Tata Motors will reveal the new Punch EV’s price in September, shortly before the holiday season of 2023. Rear disc brakes, an emergency parking brake, multi-level regenerative braking, and drive modes are likely to be available in the Punch EV. By visiting the links below, you can read more about the anticipated powertrain’s features and costs.

upcoming cars- New-Gen Lexus LM MPV6. Lexus LM MPV, new model

The LM premium MPV is one of te upcoming cars, about to be introduced by Lexus India in the nation. The Lexus LM is now arriving in our country for the first time, and it is the most recent second-generation model. Prior to the MPV’s premiere, which is scheduled to occur in September, the luxury automaker has already started taking reservations. The Lexus LM, which is available in both 7- and 4-seater variations, is built on the same chassis as the Toyota Vellfire. By clicking the link below, you may read more specifically about the new LM.

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