The beginning of summer in India is celebrated with new financial year, which means the party time is about to begin. Automakers ambitious to make a strategic move – trap this month and approach strategic launches to play with them across the year. Mentioned here are some of those stepping stones that makers will see rolling from their bay in coming days.
- Renault Lodgy
Renault’s aspiration of hitting Indian audience hard with a maximum money-for-value preposition, the product they came out with is ‘Lodgy’, which as per to murmurs will surely make a logical statement at the sales sheet in further period. Lifted impressive amount of ‘tricks’ and ‘treats’ from Duster SUV, there is no doubt this French automaker may attain efficiency in the production line as well as, even the audience is familiar to those ergonomics in the cabin (borrowed from Duster) where no turn downs can come across its way. It’s not that all. Toyota Innova lies on the arrowhead of Lodgy’s shootout, while Honda Mobilio and Maruti Ertige aren’t spared out either.
- New Audi TT
Audi’s halo product, TT, raises a WOW every time it passes across the streets. Now, in a fitter skin and tighter sculpture, the two-seater sports machine of German carmaker will break cover in India this month. As a matter of fact, the Four-ring logoed sports machine is not only tweaked cosmetically, instead, if one wished to chuck down and look underneath a new platform waives its hand made out of aluminum to reduce weight by 50kgs. New LED head and tail lamps, smarter cockpit with more features than before, especially the turbine-like air-con vents that individually holds the temperature control, are also deployed to function till the last breath. Now, about the power, engine of 2.0-litre sends a peak packet of 230 horses where it races from 0-100km/h in 5.3 seconds.
- DC Avanti
Someone can also call it as India’s first supercar, which is affordable too. Avanti, the dream of aftermarket doer DC is ready to see the daylight officially on the launch pad over this month. Packed by a 2.0-litre petrol engine of Renault in the bay, it Is reported to send the max power of 250bhp @ 5,500 rpm and 366 Nm of torque at 2,750-5,000 rpm after mated to a 6-speedc manual gearbox. The pulsation of 0-100km/h comes to our experience in lesser than 6 seconds hitting a top-speed of 200km/h. DC Avanti looks quite closer to the ground, but in reality the ground clearance of 170mm is enough to tackle most of the bumps over Indian roads.
Though, those aforesaid cars are the luckiest and special ones to come out of the hideouts for a big battle of the Indian market. So, wishes everyone to do their best and make a mark soon. After all, the summer of 2015 in India is just tempting many admirers to book a one suitable machine after a good result in the balance sheet last month.