Best cars at Auto Expo 2018 image gallery
Radically styled concept is easily one of the Auto Expo 2018 stars. It previews a production SUV Tata Motors is working on.
Tata Motors’ hatchback concept is quite the looker. The 45X has a confident stance and uses light-catching elements to great effect.
After wowing the crowds abroad, Tata’s sportscar concept makes its India debut. The Racemo EV comes powered by a 150kW motor.
Visual drama. That’s what the BMW i8 Roadster is all about. It even gets upward-opening doors for added impact.
The sleek sportscar uses titanium, carbon-fibre and aluminium in its construction (hence TCA) and is powered by a 320hp, 3.8-litre V6.
The funky Concept Future S points to a tall, SUV-inspired hatchback that will come from Maruti in the near future.
The well turned-out SP Concept is your best pointer of Kia’s Hyundai Creta-sized SUV that will launch in 2019. Looks neat, right?
The Kia that’ll get your pulse racing. It not only looks hot but also has the go to match the show, with a 370hp V6 petrol engine.
Believe it or not, this quirky Stinger SUV convertible concept started life as a humdrum TUV300!
And it’s confirmed. The new-gen SsangYong Rexton would sport the Mahindra badge for India when it launches in late 2018.
New Amaze is better proportioned than the model it replaces and has a nicer cabin too. A diesel CVT option is a welcome addition.
Take a close look at this Hyundai SUV because it could just be headed our way in the future in an all-electric form.
Toyota’s Honda City-fighter is here. It has its interesting angles, and promises to score big with its practical cabin.
Impossibly low, and remarkably sleek, the sexy Trezor is just one of those concepts you’d hope would make production.
Adventurers keep those cheque books ready because this rugged and AWD-equipped E-class is coming soon.
With its 6.0-litre V12, the Maybach S650 turns its nose up at downsizing. Peak torque is a mammoth 1,000Nm!
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