The second wave of the COVID-19 has hit us hard. It has impacted many industries in the country, and now it has made automakers to postpone launch of there new car. In addition to rising cases, many states has imposed complete lockdown. Consequently making it difficult for the companies to hold there launch events. Following is the list of carmakers who have delayed the launch of their new car.
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The e-tron was all set to be launched in May 2021. But now it’s expected to be launched by june 2021. It will be Audi’s first all electric model for the Indian market. When launche it will rival with Mercedes-Benz EQC and Jaguar I-Pace.
The launch of the most anticipated SUV, Hyundai Alcazar is also delayed. The three row suv was originally slated for launch on 29th April 2021. Nevertheless it is expected to launch towards end of May 2021.
Isuzu V-Cross and Isuzu MUX
The Isuzu V-Cross pickup truck and MUX SUV both were about to return with a BS6-compliant version. But due to pandemic carmakers had to postpone their plan of launching them in the coming weeks. The company may launch it by late May 2021 though it could change depending on the prevailing COVID-19 conditions.
Mercedes-Benz GLA was also slated to launch in May 2021. It will be offered with a 1.3-litre turbo-petrol engine, producing 163hp. And also a 190hp, 2.0-litre turbo-diesel engine, making it top the range in India.
Maruti Suzuki Celerio
The all new generation of Maruti Suzuki Celerio was set to launch in May 2021 but that plan has now been postponed. It will offer all-new interior and exterior styling.
It was originally scheduled to launch by late April 2021 but has now been postponed to launch by late May 2021. The fifth-gen Skoda Octavia comes with all new interior and cosmetic updates.