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Car Launch : Here Are The Top Car Arriving In July 2023

The second half of 2023 will kick off with two very important car launches and one debut, all lined up in close proximity. There’s also a major launch in the luxury segment later in the month.

Kia is all set to give its midsize SUV a major mid-life update, Maruti is going to enter the Rs 20 lakh-plus price range for the first time with a premium MPV, and on the other side of the price spectrum.

Top Cars Coming In 2023

Here are the top cars that are coming this year.

1. Kia Seltos facelift debut – July 4

The much-anticipated Seltos facelift, which has been available worldwide since June 2022, will make its debut in India this month. The facelift includes a new powertrain as well as a slew of cosmetic and feature enhancements. It will have a completely new interior with two connected infotainment screens and a front fascia and rear end that have been significantly changed.

the 115hp, 1.5-liter petrol, and diesel engines will be carried over, and the new 160hp, 1.5-liter turbo-petrol motor.

2. Maruti Suzuki Invicto launch – July 5

Upcoming Maruti Invicto Car Specifications and Price | CarTrade

The Invicto will, in this manner, just utilize the 183hp, 2.0-liter petroleum half-breed powertrain and avoid the lower-spec 172hp, 2.0-liter normally suctioned petroleum motor. The Maruti derivative’s interior will remain largely unchanged, and spy shots have revealed very few cosmetic changes.

3. Hyundai Exter launch – July 10

Hyundai Exter price, booking details, launch date, features | Autocar India

The Exter, which is built on the same platform as the Grand i10 Nios and Aura, will compete with cars like the Tata Punch and Citroen C3. In spite of the fact that it will be the brand’s littlest SUV, the Exter brags of average SUV styling credits like an upstanding and square-shaped position and noticeable body cladding all around

4. Second-gen Mercedes-Benz GLC

Appointments are as of now in progress for a symbolic measure of Rs 50,000. According to our sources, Mercedes will launch the GLC 200 with a 2.0-liter gasoline engine and the GLC 220d with a 2.0-liter diesel engine. These engines will be sold overseas and produce 204 horsepower and 320 nm of torque, respectively. The two variations will come furnished with a 48V coordinated turned-over engine, which gives an extra 23hp.

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