Upcoming Car, SUV Launches In September 2023 | V3Cars
September 2023 is set to host a couple of exciting cars and SUV launches and a few of them are the bread-and-butter models of their respective carmakers. In this article, we share the list of cars and SUVs launching in the month of September 2023.
Upcoming Cars, SUVs Launching In September 2023
Take a look at the list of cars and SUVs launching in September 2023:
1. Honda Elevate
After what seems like ages, Honda Cars India are finally set to launch an all-new car for the Indian market. The upcoming Honda car for the Indian market will take the form of a C-segment SUV. Since its reveal in June, we already know several details about the upcoming Elevate SUV. The Elevate is essentially the SUV derivative of the much-loved Honda City with a couple of functional add-ons. It also shares the same 1.5L normal petrol engine, which produces 121PS of power and 138Nm of torque, with the City sedan. Bookings for the Elevate are currently open and you can read our Honda Elevate expected prices story ahead of its launch to have a better idea of how it stacks up against segment stalwarts like the Hyundai Creta and Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara, among others.
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2. Volvo C40 Recharge
Volvo are all set to launch the new C40 Recharge electric coupe SUV on September 4. The carmaker will position the C40 Recharge above the XC40 Recharge and offer it with the twin-motor setup. Revealed earlier in June, the C40 Recharge shares its battery pack and electric motors with the XC40 Recharge. However, thanks to its steeply raked rear end and some clever enhancements, the C40 Recharge offers a WLTP-claimed range of 530km on a single charge compared to the 419km range of the XC40 Recharge. The new C40 Recharge will go up against other electric SUVs like the Kia EV6 and Mercedes-Benz EQB.
3. Mercedes-Benz EQE SUV
Mercedes-Benz India are all set to unveil the new EQE SUV on September 15. The new EQE electric SUV will sit above the EQC SUV and offer a lot more space and features. As the name suggests, the EQE SUV is the SUV derivative of the EQE sedan and it sits on a skateboard platform. The EQE SUV comes with a 90.6kWh battery pack, which powers rear- or rear and front-mounted electric motors depending on the variant. It remains to be seen which powertrain Mercedes-Benz India bring to our market. The new EQE SUV will rival other electric vehicles like the Jaguar I-Pace, BMW iX and Audi E-Tron. You can read more about the upcoming EQE SUV by clicking the link below.
4. New-Gen Tata Nexon
Tata Motors are finally bringing a major update to the Nexon, which we expect to be a new-generation model. Since Tata have already started dealer dispatches of the new Nexon, we expect its launch to take place in the first half of September. The new Nexon will offer a host of changes like split LED headlights, connected LED tail lights, larger touchscreen infotainment system and a full-colour LCD instrument cluster. The new 2023 Tata Nexon will continue to rival other B2-segment SUVs like the Hyundai Venue, Kia Sonet, Maruti Suzuki Brezza, and Mahindra XUV300, among others.
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5. 2023 Tata Nexon EV
After unveiling the new 2023 Nexon, Tata Motors are all set to take the wraps off of the new 2023 Nexon EV. The carmaker confirmed the unveil date of the Nexon EV, which is September 7, via a video teaser. The teaser also gave a sneak peek to the front profile of the new Nexon EV, which features a full width LED DRL. Apart from that, it is likely to carry forward most of the design and functional changes we got to see in the new Nexon. Tata Motors are likely to launch the Nexon EV alongside the new Nexon on September 14. You can click the link below to know more about the upcoming 2023 Nexon EV.
6. Hyundai i20 Facelift
Hyundai India recently shared the first teaser of the upcoming i20 facelift. The carmaker revealed the i20 facelift globally in May 2023 and the India-bound model is likely to get the similar changes as the global-spec model. The teaser gives a sneak peek to the frontal changes, which include a new set of LED headlights with tweaked LED DRLs and redesigned grille and bumper. Hyundai are likely to launch the i20 facelift in the coming weeks. You can click the link below to know more about the upcoming Hyundai i20 facelift.
7. New-Gen Lexus LM MPV
Lexus India are all set to launch their LM luxury MPV in the country. This is the first time the Lexus LM is hitting our shores, that too in the latest second-generation. The luxury carmaker has already commenced bookings for the MPV ahead of its launch likely in September. The Lexus LM shares its underpinnings with the Toyota Vellfire and comes in both 7- and 4-seater configurations. You can read more in detail about the new LM by clicking the link below.