Maruti Suzuki to showcase Futuro-e concept, Swift Hybrid, more
Maruti Suzuki will be coming to the expo with its Futuro-e electric SUV concept, which will define its design strategy for EVs.
Beyond that, the company is expected to announce Swift Hybrid, a replacement for the diesel variant, a redesigned Vitara Brezza and Ignis with a BS6 engine as well as a petrol variant of S-Cross and Maruti Jimny, the updated version of Jypsy.
Hyundai to showcase new Creta, Le Fil Rouge concept
Like Maruti, Hyundai will also showcase some revamped models at the expo, including a facelift of Verna and Tucson.
The automaker is also expected to unveil the second generation of Creta with a revamped IX35-like design, BS6-compliant engine, and more features as well as a 'Turbo' variant of Grand i10 Nios and the futuristic Le Fil Rouge connected car concept.
Tata Motors to bring Gravitas, Harrier 2020, Altroz EV
Tata Motors will look forward to taking its electric line-up forward with another electric car - Altroz.
Beyond that, the company is expected to showcase flagship SUV Gravitas, which would be a seven-seater version of Harrier, and a revamped Harrier 2020 with notable updates like BS6 engine, panoramic sunroof, and bigger wheels.
Even Tata H2X (Hornbill) mini-SUV is expected to appear at the event.
Mahindra, on its part, will showcase a futuristic 'Funster' concept car, which will eventually guide the design and development of electric XUV500.
The company is expected to showcase up to 18 vehicles at the expo, including the pre-production model of electric XUV300, which will go against Nexon, and a budget-friendly electric vehicle named eKUV100 and the Atom quadricycle.
MG Motors will grace the expo with its third connected SUV in India, the MG Gloster, and a six-seater variant of Hector.
Meanwhile, Kia Motors will grab eyeballs with the launch of Carnival minivan and the unveiling of the pre-production version of QYI, a sub-4m SUV. The company is also expected to showcase the Kia Seltos X-Line concept for off-roading and some new EVs.
Along with the mainstream players and their vehicles, you can also expect to see cars from new automakers, including China's Great Wall Motor's Haval concepts.
Plus, there will be some premium, high-end models, including Mercedes Benz Marco Polo, Mercedes Benz AMG GT 4-door Coupe, Volkswagen's T-Cross, T-Roc, Tiguan, and Skoda's Vision IN concept, Octavia RS 245, Karoq SUV.