Tata launches the Altroz iCNG at INR 7.55 lakh in India

Tata Motors has launched the iCNG variant of its premium hatchback–the Altroz iCNG–in the Indian market. The Altroz iCNG, the brand’s third CNG variant offering after the Tiago and the Tigor models, is the first model to feature a twin-cylinder CNG system in India. The company has offered the new hatchback in six variants: the XE, the XM+, the XM+ (S), the XZ, the XZ+ (S), and the XZ+O(S)–at a starting price of Rs 7.55 lakh.

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Hyundai Exter soon to be launched in India

Hyundai Motor India is readying to roll out its new micro SUV–the Exter. The new SUV will be offered in five variants: the EX, the S, the SX, the SX (O), and the SX (O) Connect, along with three powertrain options. The Exter will sit below the Venue SUV in Hyundai’s India line-up, which will be the most affordable SUV, according to the company. The company has already commenced Exter’s booking, and it is expected to be launched in mid-July.

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2023 Volkswagen Tiguan launched at INR 34.69 lakh in India

Volkswagen, a German motor vehicle manufacturer, has launched the 2023 iteration of the Tiguan in the Indian market. The new SUV, which is offered in a single variant, comes with new dual-tone colour schemes, upgraded features, and a 2.0-liter turbo-petrol RDE-compliant engine. The company has offered the 2023 Tiguan at an introductory price of INR 34.69 lakh, which is Rs 50,000 more than the previous models.

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MG commences delivery of ZS EV with 99 kW motor in Nepal; starting price at Rs 48.49 Lakh

MG Motor, the British automobile manufacturer, has started the delivery of its ZS EV model equipped with a 99 kW motor in Nepal . The ZS EV standard model comes with a 51 kWh battery pack and a 99 kW PMS motor, whereas its other specifications remain the same as its predecessors. The company offers the new EV in two trims: the Comfort and the Deluxe–at a starting price of Rs 48.49 lakh.

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Tata Nexon EV Max launched at Rs 46.49 lakh in Nepal

Tata Motors has launched its much-awaited EV–the Nexon EV Max–in the Nepalese market. The new Nexon EV Max adopts the same design elements as the regular Nexon EV models; however, it comes with new features and a 40 kWh lithium-ion battery pack that will provide an ARAI-certified range of 437 km (which is 125 km more than the standard Nexon EV models). The company has offered its new EV at an introductory price of Rs 46.49 lakh.

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