Toyota Hyryder, new generation Hyundai Tucson, Citroen C3 and Mahindra Scorpio N feature in this unique list of head turners launched this year In the Indian auto market, the customer preferences change quite a lot in no time. The trend of buyers going after SUVs and crossovers has grown in recent years and to address the requirements, automobile manufacturers are bringing in new models across different segments and price brackets. Not only SUVs, other segments have also witnessed the arrival of good looking cars and here we have explained about the top 7 head-turners launched in 2022:
1. Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder:
The long awaited midsize SUV from Toyota did not disappoint as the strong hybrid variants are competitively priced and overall it is a worthy five-seater to consider. It does draw design cues from its SUV siblings sold globally and the overall profile will be one of the key reasons why enthusiasts are liking the looks.
2. New-Gen Hyundai Tucson:
The recently launched new generation Hyundai Tucson certainly exploited the Sensuous Sportiness design philosophy with the Parametric Jewel pattern grille and the seamless integration of LED lighting system making it a luring prospect. Complemented by the sharp bodywork and imposing design, the Tucson is an apparent head turner for Hyundai.
3. Citroen C3:
Citroen India introduced its C3 compact hatchback a few months ago as the second model for the domestic market. Specifically created for emerging countries like India, the C3 has a cutesy overall look and combined with quirky styling elements the French brand has been renowned for, the C3 has one of the highly appealing designs in the entry-level space.
4. New-Gen Maruti Suzuki Brezza:
There is something about the second generation Maruti Suzuki Brezza’s design that I could not put my finger into. Perhaps, the butch proportions or the wider stance compared to the previous iteration, the new compact SUV is a certain head turner. It must be noted that nothing is overtly done as the tall pillars and clean profile add to the overall subtlety.
5. Toyota Hilux:
The Hilux pickup truck is based on the same iMV platform as the Fortuner full-size SUV and thus it dragged along the muscular stance of its sibling. It gives the owner a unique perspective of the lifestyle and will make on-lookers gaze at you whenever you pass by. 6. Mahindra Scorpio N: The biggest update for the highly popular nameplate came after a painstakingly long wait close to twenty years. Does it worth it? The sales numbers do suggest so and Mahindra did not fix what was already not broken cleverly as the Scorpio N has an evolutionary approach to design while retaining the aggressive stance, tall pillars and muscular body panels.
7. Hyundai Venue N Line:
The Hyundai Venue N Line takes the sporty appeal of the regular Venue compact SUV to the next level with contrast red accents and specific touches at the front, sides and the rear. The interior also received N Line updates bringing a performance-based SUV vibe that has been sorely lacking in recent times.