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New Upcoiming Cars in 2013 | India

Updated on December 25, 2012

New Cars in 2013 India | Upcoming Cars

The year 2012 witnessed several economic and social downturns. Well now in 2013 the automobile industry is all set to hit back the market with lots of new stylish cars. Although, petrol price rise and economic recession were some factors that adversely affected the automobile industry, this year they are ready to tackle it very efficiently. If you are thinking to buy new car in 2013, this article would help you wait for the right time for the right model until you market the purchase. The best new 10 cars upcoming in 2013 are featured below. If the manufacturers stick on to their schedule, we could see them on street very soon.

New Cars in 2013

Audi A5

The upcoming Audi A5 is a model defined in between Audi A4 and Audi A6. It come with all the features of a sedan and esteem and is built with the popular technology of Audi 'all wheel drive quadro system'. It has a really stylish sporty look too.

Release Date: April 2013
Price : INR 40 Lakhs

Audi Q3

Audi Q3 comes as a little brother to Audi Q5 . It's planned to be launched as the cheapest vehicle in the SUV section. This 4 seater baby-SUV also comes Audi all wheel drive quadro system.

Release Date : May 2013
Price : INR 25 - 30 Lakhs

BMW 3 Series

Code named F30, the BMW 3 Series will be the model launched by BMW in India this year. It promise more spacious interiors than the previous models and more fuel efficiency.

Release Date : December 2013
Price : INR 22 - 35 Lakhs

Chevrolet Orlando

The Chevrolet Orlando shares the same platform as of Chevrolet Cruz. It's introduced as a replacement for Tavera. The Chevrolet Orlando will have to compete with Toyota Innova and Mahindra Xylo. It comes with a powerful engine of 181 bhp.

Release Date : March 2013
Price : INR 10 Lakhs

Chevrolet Captiva

The Chevrolet Captiva comes with very stylish looks as well as powerful engine. Everything from it muscle body looks to tail lamps are new sights to Indian market. The old 2 liter engine is replaced with 2.2 diesel engine.

Release Date : January 2013
Price : 22 - 24 Lakhs

Chevrolet Sail

Chevrolet Sail is a new addition to the hatch-back cars section. It comes in the line of already popular models, Chevrolet Spark and Beat. Chevrolet Sail is a strong challenge for other competitors on the market. The Sedan model of Sail might also follow in later in 2013.

Release Date : April 2013
Price : INR 4-6 Lakhs

Fiat Punto Evo

The Fiat Punto Evo will be the new enhanced model of the old Punto model. It's look has changed significantly ( got more sporty ) . The fog lamps in the front bumper, rear bumpers and tail lamps are all new attractions. It comes with a powerful engine and fuel efficiency.

Release Date : March 2013
Price : INR 5-7.5 Lakhs

Honda Civic

Honda Civic with diesel engine expected this year, has already created buzz in the media and among Honda fans. The Honda Civic will be introduced as a stylish saloon car. Significant changes will be evident in the interior and the engine pulls with a heavy capacity of 180 bhp.

Release Date : July 2013
Price : 12-14 Lakhs

Honda CRV

There have been buzz surrounding the launch of Honda CRV for months. When Honda released it's concept model print for Honda CRV, the buzz became real news and we are expecting its launch by the end of 2012. The all new aggressive looks would be the best feature about Honda CRV.

Release Date : Novemeber 2013
Price : 20 Lakhs

Hyundai Sonata

Previously Sonata was not accepted in the Indian market as a successful model from Hyundai. This time they are back with the redesigned Hyundai Sonata to compete in the D segment. It's the most wonderful car from Hyundai in India so far. The posh design itself is the most attractive feature about Sonata.

Release Date : February 2013
Price : INR 16 -18 Lakhs.

When we go through this list of upcoming cars in India, we can be sure that there is no cutting down in the number of luxury car releases in India and the industry still remains a gold mine. However, there have been a significant shift to diesel engine preference because of the rising petrol price scenario.


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    • nanospeck profile imageAUTHOR

      Akhil Anil 

      6 years ago

      Hey Michael.. thanks for your comment :). Both are valid reason's. Indian market have recorded highest sales for smaller, energy efficient cars with minimum cost. People consider cars more of like a utility than luxury! However, the trend is changing these days as more bigger cars are selling out..

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      Michael Kromwyk 

      6 years ago from Adelaide, South Australia

      nanospeck, are small to medium cars the most popular in India and is this because of congestion or people want to be more energy effecient? Cheers Michael

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      6 years ago

      what is your favorite, mine is audi Q3.

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      6 years ago from United States

      Nice list .Thanks

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      6 years ago from India

      Nice info. I voted it as up and useful.

      Can you write more about comforts available in luxury cars or details about its history?

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      Radhika Sreekanth 

      6 years ago from Mumbai,India

      A great list of most wished cars in the new year! Great hub. Voted up as useful.


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