A sunroof on an automobile is typically a movable glass panel that can operate manually or automatically to open and close. There are several different options and styles available depending on the make and model that you choose, with the panoramic sunroof often being one of the most popular options that is available. It differs from a moonroof because it opens instead of being a fixed glass panel.
1. A panoramic sunroof provides natural air conditioning.
2. It provides the vehicle with an enhanced sense of openness.
3. You can cool down your car without the noise of the wind.
4. It can serve as an emergency escape in some situations.
Cars under 20 lacks that offer panoramic sunrooof
(1) XUV 700– offers segments largest sunroof
According to the teaser, the sunroof is so large, you might think that you are in a Convertable. The upcoming Mahindra XUV700 has been spied with features like the largest sunroof in the segment and boss-mode seat. The 7-seat SUV is likely to debut in our market in August. It will replace the current-gen XUV500. There are a ton of modern features that Mahindra has officially teased over the last weeks.
(2) TATA Safari
The Mahindra XUV 700 and Tata Safari are the two best offerings in the midsize SUV segment. Both models have an iconic fan following and impress with their rugged looks, a decently long feature list, and powerful powertrains, and the best thing is the Panoramic- sunroof.
(3) MG Hector / Hector PLUS
MG Hector offers a smart panoramic sunroof, MG HECTOR PLUS at an inaugural price of INR 13.48 Lakhs (ex-showroom, New Delhi). Moreover its, India’s first 6-seater internet SUV with panoramic sunroof manufactured at the carmaker’s state-of-the-art manufacturing facility at Halol near Vadodara in Gujarat.
(4) Hyundai Creta
The current-generation Creta also has an electric sunroof, but it is controlled by the switchgear in the car. The same goes for other premium SUVs, like Mahindra XUV500, Tata Harrier, and even Kia Seltos. In the official features list of the new-generation Hyundai Creta, we get the latest version of ‘BlueLink’ connectivity. With BlueLink, the car can respond to various voice commands by the user. The sunroof can also be opened or shut using voice commands, which is a feature usually not available in cars even a few segments above! There is, however, one rival of the Creta that offers this feature
(5) Hyundai Alcazar– Offers a panoramic sunroof from base variant
Hyundai Alcazar base variant comes loaded with features like a panoramic sunroof, a 10.25-inch touchscreen, cruise control, LED headlamps, 17-inch alloy wheels, etc, Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) has finally introduced the Alcazar in the domestic market and it comes with a long list of features. The Alcazar can be had as either a six-seater (with middle-row captain seating arrangement) or a seven-seater across Prestige, Prestige (O), Platinum, Platinum (O), Signature, and Signature (O) grades in 18 trims.