The Best Upcoming cars coming in 2019

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Hyundai Tucson

The facelift brings with it the new family face cascading grille, tweaked lighting details and a new floating touchscreen. There is a new 1.6-litre turbo petrol, with 177PS and 265Nm, on offer internationally, though it’s unsure if we’ll get it.

How much? Rs 19-27 lakh, expected

When? May 2019

Skoda Karoq

The Yeti’s replacement globally, the Karoq has the same no-nonsense styling of its bigger brother, the Kodiaq. We expect to see a 2-litre diesel under the hood of this Hyundai Tucson rival, if not a 1.5-litre petrol as well.

How much? Rs 22-28 lakh, expected

When? May 2019

Ford Endeavour

Basic cosmetic updates, and addition of a few features (Apple/Android connectivity and finally a start/stop button) but the big news is the possibility of a smaller 2-litre EcoBlue diesel engine with 177PS and 420Nm torque with a 10-speed automatic, as currently on sale in certain international markets.

How much? Rs 27-35 lakh, expected

When? May 2019

Audi Q3

Next-generation midsize crossover ditches shrinking-violet styling for something a lot sportier. Thankfully is larger inside and out, and gets a proper modern Audi cabin, with all the bells and whistles. We expect the same range of engines to continue.

How much? Rs 37-45 lakh, expected

When? March 2019


Scaled-down X6, based on the X3, priced under the X5. About sums up the smaller of the two-coupe SUVs from BMW. Expect a four-cylinder petrol and six-cylinder diesel.

How much? Rs 55-65 lakh, expected

When? Early 2019


Best-selling BMW SUV is, surprise, surprise, larger than before, and with lighter materials, and air suspension all around. We hear a six-cylinder petrol will be added to the line-up in India. We’ve driven the new X5 and you can read what we think about it here.

How much? Rs 75-80 lakh, expected

When? May 2019

Mercedes-Benz GLE

The most advanced Mercedes-Benz on roads in mid-2019 will not be the S-Class, but the new GLE. Completely re-engineered, the GLE will debut a range of new engines, a third row of seats and advanced suspension technology, apart from cabin tech. Head to our first drive for an overview of what it’s like to drive.

How much? Rs 85 lakh, expected

When? August 2019

Audi Q8

The first coupe-SUV from Audi, it becomes the SUV flagship, over the Q7, which it essentially is under its skin. Thankfully, future Q models will have more styling cues derived from it than the Q7.

How much? Rs 1 crore, expected

When? Mid 2019


Honda Accord

Hugely different from the current model, the tenth gen is lower, lighter and a tech powerhouse. Expect only the hybrid, with a next-gen powertrain.

How much? Rs 40 lakh, expected

When? End 2019

Toyota Camry

Eighth-gen Camry is more spacious (remember, it shares its platform with the Lexus ES 300h), and will offer slightly more electric-only range from its 2.5-litre plus electric motor powertrain.

How much? Rs 40 lakh, expected

When? Early 2019


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