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New Cars Getting Launched In September
The Elevate marks Honda’s return to the fiercely competitive mid-size SUV segment, and is also the brand’s first all-new launch since the City in 2020.
Honda Elevate - September 4
The Volvo C40 Recharge is based on the XC40 Recharge, but is styled like a coupe-SUV with a sloping roofline and steeply raked rear windscreen. Notably, it gets a 100 percent leather-free interior to further advance the case of sustainability.
Volvo C40 Recharge - September 4
The M Performance Edition will solely be available in Black Sapphire colour with contrasting silver accents in the grille, bumper and wing mirrors. It will also get an M Performance grille, gear selector lever and other M-specific parts.
BMW 2 Series M Performance Edition - September 7
The Nexon facelift is arguably the most anticipated new launch, and while it’s just a facelift, it gets comprehensive exterior and interior updates. It now gets Curvv and Harrier EV-inspired styling, both outside and in.
Nexon EV Facelifts - September 14
The EQE SUV will be Mercedes’ third EV in India, and is based on the brand's EVA (electric vehicle architecture) platform. It’s available in multiple configurations globally, but all versions draw power from a 90.6kWh battery that supports up to 170kW DC fast charging speeds.
Mercedes-Benz EQE SUV - September 15
This is the first time Lexus is offering an MPV in India – it’s based on Toyota’s GA-K modular platform, which it shares with the Toyota Vellfire. The LM measures over 5 metres in length and boasts of outlandish styling.
Lexus LM - Late September
Mahindra is expected to launch the Bolero Neo+ towards the end of this month. Essentially, a facelifted TUV300+, the Bolero Neo+ Plus will be launched with a brand-new identity, styling tweaks and more features. The facelifted model has been undergoing tests since 2019.
Mahindra Bolero Neo+ - Late September
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