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All new cars and SUV launch postponed due to Covid-19

India is as of now amidst the COVID-19 pandemic’s subsequent wave, and this has driven different carmakers to postpone the dispatch of their new vehicles. As the quantity of COVID-19 cases are rising quickly the whole way across the country, carmakers accept this isn’t the suitable opportunity to dispatch new items. Furthermore, with numerous states in India going through another round of lockdowns, this adds another significant obstacle for carmakers, with regards to holding new vehicle dispatches. This postponement likewise allows them to center their endeavors in helping the current circumstance brought about by the pandemic, any place they can.

Skoda Octavia

Skoda affirmed that the dispatch of the fourth-gen Octavia in India has delayed because of the continuous COVID-19 pandemic. The car with all-new inside and outside styling just as a solitary 190hp, 2.0-liter petroleum motor choice mated to a 7-speed DSG programmed gearbox initially scheduled for dispatch towards the finish of April 2021.

Hyundai Alcazar

The dispatch of the Hyundai Alcazar three-line SUV has likewise delayed from April 29, 2021, to late May. The Alcazar is a subsidiary of the famous Creta SUV, with a more drawn out wheelbase (150mm more) and an additional line of seats (with both 6 and 7 seat arrangements). The SUV will be accessible with the decision of petroleum and diesel motors, just as with manual and programmed gearbox alternatives.

Mercedes-Benz GLA

The second-gen Mercedes-Benz GLA set to dispatch toward the beginning of May 2021 yet that arrangement has now deferred. The new GLA will section highlight the German brand’s SUV reach, and it will offered with a 190hp, 2.0-liter super diesel motor with FWD and AWD and a 163hp, 1.3-liter super petroleum motor. A presentation situated AMG GLA 35 4Matic with a 306hp, 2.0-liter super petroleum motor will top the reach in India.

Isuzu V-Cross, MUX

The Isuzu V-Cross pickup truck and MUX SUV both ceased by the carmaker when the BS6 outflow standards became effective in 2020. The carmaker was set to bring them back in their BS6 pretense in the coming weeks. However their individual dispatches have now been delayed because of the pandemic. The V-Cross and the MUX are both expected to include a BS6-agreeable variant of the 1.9-liter, four-chamber super diesel motor, alongside the decision of manual and programmed gearboxes.

Maruti Suzuki Celerio

The all-new Maruti Suzuki Celerio hatchback likewise scheduled to dispatch in May 2021. However its market presentation has additionally deferred. The second-gen Celerio relied upon to highlight all-new styling on the inside and outside, additional in accordance with Maruti’s present plan language. The model is likewise liable to move to the carmaker’s ‘Heartect’ stage that additionally supports models like the Wagon R, Swift and Baleno. Expected motor alternatives incorporate a 68hp, 1.0-liter, three-chamber petroleum motor. All more remarkable 83hp, 1.2-liter four-chamber petroleum motor.

Audi e-Tron

Audi’s first all-electric model in the Indian market. The e-tron SUV, initially planned to dispatch in May 2021 yet has now deferred to dispatch by June. These plans are liquid and could change contingent upon the predominant COVID-19 conditions.

The e-tron will accompany a 95kWh battery pack that resolve two electric engines. Consolidated, the electric engines produce 408hp, permitting the EV SUV to finish the 0-100kph run in an asserted 5.7sec. The e-tron’s battery pack can give a WLTP-affirmed scope of 440km. When dispatched in India, the Audi e-tron would rival the Mercedes-Benz EQC and the as of late dispatched Jaguar I-Pace.

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