India Will Launch New Cars and Bikes in June 2024

They do anticipate Audi to unveil the facelifted Q8 in June 2024, even though the introduction of the Bajaj CNG bike and Tata Altroz Racer has already been confirmed.

3. Tata Altroz Racer:

India’s official release date of the performance-focused Tata Altroz Racer is set for June 13. It will use a 1.2L three-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine, which produces 120 PS and 170 Nm of torque, and is comparable to the engine found in the Nexon. To set itself apart from the standard model, the Altroz Racer boasts a more luxurious feature list along with a contrasting interior and aesthetic upgrades.

The list of features will include a seven-inch TFT instrument cluster, six airbags, a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, ventilated driver and front passenger seats, a 360-degree camera system, leatherette seats, projector LED headlights and LED daytime running lights, rear air conditioning vents, etc.

2. Audi Q8 Facelift:

In the later part of 2023, Audi updated the Q8, their premium SUV. The revised Q8, which is anticipated to land in our country this month, has a modified grille section, revised bumpers, freshly designed alloy wheels, and cabin improvements. It is expected to keep the 3.0L turbocharged petrol engine under the hood, which produces 500 Nm of torque and 340 PS, combined with a 48V mild hybrid setup.

3. Bajaj Bruzer or Fighter:

On June 18, the first CNG-powered motorcycle in the industry is expected to be released. Bajaj has filed for trademarks for a number of titles; the upcoming bike is anticipated to be dubbed either Fighter or Bruzer. It is intended to be a commuting bike, and since it may cost as much as Rs. 85,000 (ex-showroom), it is intended to sell in large quantities. It will be able to run on a bi-fuel system because it will have a CNG tank underneath the conventional fuel tank.

When compared to typical commuter motorcycles, the Bajaj Bruzer is expected to drastically reduce running costs—possibly by 50%—making it a desirable option for people who value fuel economy. Its dual fuel capability (CNG and petrol) will improve its flexibility to different types of terrain. A five-speed transmission will be mated to a 125 cc air-cooled engine for the standard powerplant.

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