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Game changers: Tata Motors wows in Geneva, Honda Civic makes comeback

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Tata Motors took Geneva Motor Show to impress the world, Honda Civic makes a grand comeback while Maruti pulls the plug on Gypsy

Geneva Motor Show has been the stage for Tata Motors’ to showcase new products and wow the world for quite a long time. 2019 edition of the Geneva Show was no different as this time, the Indian car brand took the chance to showcase four new products including one exciting concept. The brand displayed Tata Buzzard seven-seater SUV, Altroz premium hatchback, Altroz EV and H2X concept that will spawn the Hornbill micro SUV.

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Tata made Geneva show colourful:

Tata Buzzard

The most exciting product Tata showcased at the Geneva event was the Altroz premium hatchback. This production-ready model comes derived from the 45X concept unveiled at 2018 Delhi Auto Expo. Making it more appealing is the electric variant of the hatchback that also debuted at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. The Tata Buzzard is the seven-seater version of the Tata Harrier. On the other hand, the H2X is a beefy micro-SUV concept that will spawn out the much awaited Tata Hornbill.


Honda Civic makes a grand comeback:

2019 Honda Civic Red

The Honda Civic is one very interesting car that the brand had to discontinue previously in India. However, thanks to the changed market scenario, Honda has brought this sedan again in India. With this, the Honda Civic has marked its grand comeback. The new Honda Civic is loaded with modern new design and hi-tech features. Available in both petrol and diesel engine options, the new Civic is priced between Rs 17.69 lakh – 22.29 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

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Maruti pulls the plug on Gypsy:

Maruti Suzuki Gypsy

The Maruti Suzuki Gypsy is considered as the first off-roader of India. This true blue SUV is not only popular among the adventure enthusiasts but among the rally drivers as well. The Gypsy has been the prime vehicle for Indian armed forces as well. However, losing the contract to Tata Safari Storme from Indian Army was a big blow for the car. Also, the upcoming stringent emission norms and safety norms are creating a roadblock for the SUV. Therefore, the iconic car decided to retire from the race. However, it will always remain in the heart of Indian off-roaders. Also, this might be a good chance to make way for the Suzuki Jimny.

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