MPVs have always been praised in the Indian market for their high seating position, airy cabin, family-focused features, and practicality. People in India prefer these vehicles because of their high functionality. Although there are many existing MPVs on the market, here is a list of some upcoming MPVs in 2023 that you should look into if you plan to buy one.
1. Toyota Innova Hycross
Toyota Innova Hycross will be available in India beginning in January 2023. The new MPV has a more SUV-like stance, thanks to the TNGA-C modular platform that replaces the old ladder frame chassis. Unlike the Innova Crysta, which has RWD, the Innova Hycross comes with FWD.
What are the features of Toyota Innova Hycross?
The ADAS (advanced driver assistance system) suite is its main highlight, along with features like a 10-inch free-standing touchscreen infotainment system, a large dual-pane panoramic sunroof, captain seats with ottoman function, and a 360-degree camera. The Innova Hycross will be available with 2.0L petrol and 2.0L TNGA petrol powertrain options from Toyota’s 5th-generation hybrid system.
2. Maruti Suzuki MPV
The Toyota Innova Hycross will be the first cross-badged Toyota sold in India by Maruti Suzuki, and it is expected to go on sale in the second half of 2023. The C-MPV will share the same TNGA-C modular platform as well as the interior components and powertrain.
Maruti Suzuki MPV Engine specifications?
It will be powered by a 2.0-litre NA petrol engine and a powerful hybrid version of the same engine. It will be positioned above the XL6 and will provide Maruti Suzuki with a significant advantage in entering a new segment & will be available at Nexa outlets.
3. Hyundai Stargazer
The Hyundai Stargazer, which has a futuristic design language, is already available in many international markets. If the world’s second-largest automaker decides to enter the premium MPV market, it might as well be with the Stargazer. The Stargazer MPV has a length of 4,460mm, a width of 1,780mm, a height of 1,695mm, and a wheelbase It could make use of the current 1.5-litre petrol, 1.5-litre diesel, and 1.4-litre turbo petrol engines found in Hyundai’s premium models.
4. Citroen MPV
Citroen is designing a new 7-seater model based on the C3 hatchback. One of its prototypes was recently photographed wearing heavy camouflage. The new Citroen 7-seater MPV will be longer and have a more spacious interior than its younger sibling. It will have a longer wheelbase and greater ground clearance. The MPV is expected to use the same 1.2L naturally aspirated and 1.2L turbocharged petrol engines found in the C3 hatchback.
5. 2023 Kia Carnival
The fourth-generation Kia Carnival, which made its global debut in mid-2020, could arrive in India next year. The new MPV model is larger and more spacious than the previous model. It measures 5155mm in length, 1995mm in width, and 1775mm in height, with a 3090mm wheelbase.
2023 Kia Carnival features?
The familiar Tiger Nose grille, high beam headlamp and low beam clusters, 19-inch dual-tone alloys (Limousine variant), newly-designed LED taillamps, a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a 12.3-inch instrument console, a new ‘Rear Passenger View & Talk’ feature, and more are among its key features. In India, the new 2023 Carnival is expected to be equipped with the same 200bhp, 2.2L diesel engine, and 8-speed automatic transmission.
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