1. New-Gen Honda City:
Honda was originally set to launch the new-gen City in May, but had to postpone the event to a later date. Over the current-gen model, the 2020 City gets a completely new design and a range of new features including connected-car tech with industry-first Alexa Remote compatibility, 7-inch colour TFT MID with a G-Force meter, Lane Watch cameras, Vehicle Stability Assist and Agile Handling Assist etc. The 1.5-litre petrol and diesel power trains front the current model will likely be carried over to the new-gen model.
2. Third-Gen Hyundai i20
The soon-to-be-launched third-gen i20 is one of the most anticipated Hyundai cars in India, and the hatchback will be making its European debut soon, before arriving at our shores. The Euro-spec 2020 i20 gets a range of new features including a fully digital instrument cluster, wireless smartphone connectivity and loads of new safety tech. The hatch will be offered with a range of drive trains, and a 48V mild-hybrid power train will also be a part of them.