More than ever, buyers are drawn to SUVs with ADAS-based safety and driver assistance features, therefore that technology will be included in a number of upcoming models.

1. Jeep Meridian Facelift

In the latter part of 2024, the upgraded Jeep Meridian is scheduled for release. It will have enhanced inside with extra technologies including ADAS and aesthetic improvements as part of its mid-cycle makeover. The available powertrain options won’t change. Jeep brought back the Meridian X special edition a few days ago. It costs Rs. 50,000 more to accessorize than the Limited MT version.

2. The Kia EV9

In late 2024 or early 2025, Kia is anticipated to launch their flagship seven-seater electrified SUV in India. This model is available in both RWD and AWD versions globally, with a WLTP range of 541 km on a single charge. Since it is more advanced, it is questionable if India would be able to utilize its entire set of self-driving capabilities. However, it will be imported as a Completely Built Unit (CBU).

3. Nissan X-Trail

The seven-seater SUV from Nissan will be offered exclusively as an import and is anticipated to come with a 1.5L turbocharged petrol engine rather than the much anticipated e-Power system. Launched in Japan in 2022, the fourth generation global X-Trail will be available in a few trim levels or as a single fully loaded model. It will first be offered in restricted numbers and equipped with Nissan’s ProPilot & Driver Assist Technology.

4. MG Gloster Facelift

Several tests of the facelifted MG Gloster have been observed, displaying visual upgrades. There will also be a number of improvements to the interior. But there won’t be any modifications made to the engine. An important update to the current ADAS suite may be in store.

5. Hyundai Alcazar Facelift

Hyundai intends to unveil the redesigned Alcazar, which is modeled after the most recent Creta, in the second half of 2024. In comparison to the present model, the revised model will have a significantly different look and an interior replete with new technology, such as Level 2 ADAS. The 1.5L turbocharged gasoline and 1.5L diesel engines that are now in use won’t alter.

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