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Get ready for an automotive extravaganza this September! From affordable two-wheel marvel to Tata's redefined SUV and Mercedes' luxury EV.

Edited By : Mayank Kasyap | Updated: Sep 10, 2023 13:29 IST
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Kawasaki, Nexon latest models set to launch next week.

New Delhi: As the festive season approaches, the Indian automotive industry is revving its engines to deliver a lineup of brand-new cars and motorcycles. With next week poised to be an automotive whirlwind, four highly-anticipated launches are set to take center stage between September 11 and September 17. These launches promise to cater to diverse tastes, including electric vehicles, SUV enthusiasts, and motorcycle aficionados.

Kawasaki’s affordable marvel: Ninja ZX-4R will roar to life on September 11

Leading the charge is Japanese two-wheeler giant Kawasaki, set to unleash its latest marvel, the Ninja ZX-4R, on September 11. This motorcycle is a game-changer, marking the brand’s most affordable four-cylinder offering in India. Boasting a 399 cc, four-cylinder engine paired with a 6-speed transmission unit, the ZX-4R churns out an impressive 78 bhp of power and 37.6 Nm of peak torque. What truly sets it apart is the inclusion of four distinct riding modes – Sport, Road, Rain, and Rider (customizable). Managing these modes is a cutting-edge 4.3-inch TFT screen that comes equipped with Bluetooth connectivity, offering turn-by-turn navigation and real-time notification updates.

Tata Nexon Facelift SUV: Revving up the competition on September 14

On September 14, Tata Motors is set to redefine the SUV landscape with the launch of the 2023 Nexon facelift. Already unveiled with great fanfare, the updated Nexon is primed to reclaim its throne as one of the best-selling SUVs in India. With bookings already underway at an enticing token amount, the revamped Nexon sports a fresh exterior design, a vastly improved cabin packed with a plethora of new features, and an array of new transmission options. The battle lines are drawn as it prepares to take on formidable rivals such as the Maruti Suzuki Brezza, Hyundai Venue, and Kia Sonet.

Electric Revolution: Tata Nexon EV facelift charges in on September 14

Simultaneously, Tata Motors is set to electrify the market further by announcing the prices of the Nexon EV facelift on the same day. After initiating bookings on World EV Day, the Nexon EV facelift offers a refreshing transformation inspired by its internal combustion engine counterpart. Beyond aesthetics, it promises an extended range and introduces features like Vehicle-to-Vehicle and Vehicle-to-Load charging capabilities, amplifying its electric charm.

Mercedes EQE: Luxury meets sustainability on September 15

On September 15, the German automotive juggernaut, Mercedes, will unveil its latest eco-friendly offering, the EQE electric SUV, in India. This all-electric marvel is the third electric vehicle to join Mercedes’ esteemed lineup, following the EQB SUV and EQS electric sedan. Built on the carmaker’s EVA platform, the EQE boasts a substantial 90.6 kWh battery pack, delivering an impressive range of approximately 500 kilometers per charge. Offering a variety of options, including an AMG version, the EQE lineup includes the EQE 350+ with a single-motor setup, the 350 4Matic with a dual-motor configuration, and the 500 4Matic, which also features a dual-motor setup. Mercedes’ commitment to sustainable luxury is on full display with the EQE.

As September unfolds, these exciting launches promise to stir the automotive landscape in India, providing enthusiasts and buyers with an array of enticing options to consider. Don’t miss out on the chance to witness these automotive marvels as they hit the Indian roads.

First published on: Sep 10, 2023 01:29 PM IST

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