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Hyundai Ioniq 5 Showcased at the Gateway of India last month, Hyundai’s new flagship is scheduled to launch at this year’s Auto Expo. The Ioniq 5 packs a rather futuristic design with top-shelf interior and a claimed range of 631km on a single charge.
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Mercedes-AMG E 53 Cabriolet Mercedes will be driving in the AMG E53 Cabriolet 4Matic+ on January 6. The all-new E 53 Cabriolet gets AMG-specific design elements, such as the Panamericana grille, a front splitter, a flat-bottom steering wheel and more. Powering it will be a 3.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine, making the same 441PS of power.
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MG Hector facelift Finally set to launch this month, the 2023 Hector will get an all-new front-end design with a larger grille, tweaked headlamps and an all-new bumper with a new tail-lamp assembly. It will still likely be powered by the same 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine (145PS) and the 2.0-litre diesel unit (172PS).
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BMW X7 facelift After the XM and the M340i facelift, BMW will be bringing in the X7 facelift next. Loaded with features such as the brand’s curved infotainment screen and a hybrid powertrain, the German SUV will be offered in the xDrive 40i and xDrive 30d trims, making 385PS and 357PS of power respectively.
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BMW 7 Series Alongside the X7, BMW will also be introducing the seventh-generation 7 series this month. Tthe biggest highlight here will come in the form of a 31.3-inch, 8K 'cinema' screen, which was showcased at last year’s CES.
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