Dec 16, 2021By: Rounak Jain
One of the favourite compact SUVs of India is getting a facelift in 2022, with some cosmetic changes and an updated feature list. Expected price: ₹11-18 lakh.
Maruti might finally give the Vitara Brezza an update that it needs. It could get an electric sunroof, an updated infotainment experience, 360-degree cameras and smart connectivity features. Expected price: ₹8-11.5 lakh.
The all-electric Cooper SE has already sold out ahead of its 2022 launch. It features a 32.6kWh battery, 181bhp, and 270 Nm torque, with a 270 KM range. Expected price: ₹50-55 lakh.
French car maker Citroen is expected to launch its second car in India in 2022. The Citroen C3 will be another SUV with a 1.x-litre petrol engine along with a turbo petrol motor. Expected price: ₹8-12 lakh.
The E-Pace is Jaguar’s compact premium SUV, launched last year after the F-Pace. It is powered by a 2-litre engine and comes in petrol and diesel variants. Expected price: ₹50-60 lakh.
The Kia EV6 will mark the company’s debut in the EV space. It is expected to arrive in two variants – all-wheel and rear-wheel drive. Expected price: ₹60 lakh.
The Audi Q7 refresh was launched back in late 2020, but will arrive in India sometime in 2022. It is a seven-seater and sports all-LED tail lamps, a 10.1-inch infotainment system, and a 3-litre petrol engine. Expected price: ₹1-1.2 crore.
The BMW X8 could be a sportier version of the X7, likely powered by a 4.4-litre engine. Expected price: ₹1-1.2 crore.
The XC40 Recharge will be Volvo’s first fully-electric car. It is expected to arrive with a 78kWh battery. Expected price: ₹50-55 lakh.
The 2022 Tucson is expected to bring the much-needed visual refresh to Hyundai’s premium SUV, in terms of exteriors as well as interiors. Expected price: ₹23-28 lakh.
Tata is upping its EV game and the Altroz EV could take it to the masses with a slightly toned-down powertrain that we have seen on the Nexon EV. Expected price: ₹12-15 lakh.