With some new car launches in the current month, we now have to look at July 2022 to see what the new month has in store for new buyers. The coming month will look like a mixed bag of options ranging from two new SUVs to one new luxury Sedan and an electric SUV.
Read further to know more about all the upcoming cars in July 2022:-
1. AUDI A8L 2022- THE 12 OF JULY
Audi’s flagship Sedan, A8L, is all set to receive a facelift. To be launched on the 12 of July 2022, the bookings for the new Audi A8L commenced on the 5 of May for 10 Lakh Rupees. The 2022 iteration of the Audi A8L will get a restructured front fascia, redesigned alloy wheels, and a new MIB 3 operating system for a practical arena.
2. HYUNDAI TUCSON- THE 13 OF JULY
Hyundai India will debut the new generation Tucson in the country on the 13 of July 2022. While the carmaker’s exterior images of the 2022 Tucson were out last month, the pre-bookings for the new SUV are yet to begin.
The new generation Tucson will sport the Brand’s new ‘Sensuous Sportiness’ design and a revamped cabin with a more four-spoke steering wheel, an extensive infotainment system, and other added features. It is likely to be offered in petrol and diesel power train options.
3. THE CITROËN C3- THE 20 OF JULY
The all-new Citroën C3 is a French carmaker’s second model for the Indian market and will be positioned at the budget end. With a single 1.2 liters of petrol engine offered in two states of the tune mated to manual gearboxes, the C3 will miss out on a CNG or an automatic gearbox alternative.
It will also be available in two variants- Feel and Live. Customers can pre-book the C3 starting from the 1 of July 2022. The C3 is offered in four mono-tone, six dual-tone colors, and two interior themes.
4. VOLVO XC40 RECHARGE
With the luxury EV space in India witnessing new entrants this year, Volvo Cars India will soon reveal the prices of the eXC40 Recharge this month. The eSUV comes to India via the CBU route and is also powered by a 78kWh battery pack that feeds the dual electric motor setup to produce 402bhp and 660Nm of torque. Volvo also claimed an electric range of 418km.