The country is going through the worst times due to the second wave of the pandemic; every person or industry is suffering from it in one way or the other, same can be said for the automobile industry which as for right now is struggling to maintain its production. However, all bad things must come to an end, as is for this situation which slowly is calming down which is a big relief for the Automobile industry. This time it will take more time to bring back the position of the automobile market to the same position as before. Hatchback and SUVs will still cope up soon, but it will be very hard for the sedan market which was already facing decremental sales. Though some carmakers are accepting this risk and will be introducing some models of their sedans in the coming months. Here is the list of Top 3 upcoming Sedans which will be launching in a few months.

  1. Toyota Belta
Top 3 upcoming Sedans
Top 3 upcoming Sedans

Toyota is currently working on the rebadged version of the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz which will be called the Toyota Belta and will be making its way into the Indian market pretty soon. The car will be the replacement of the low selling model Toyota Yaris and will be available with the same engine specs as of the Ciaz, which is a 1.5-litre K series petrol engine.

  • Volkswagen Vento and Skoda Rapid replacements

The Volkswagen Group is currently working on the replacement of the two cars Volkswagen Vento and Skoda Rapid. These two cars will be built on the same highly localized MQB A0 IN platform and will carry the same engine specs. However, the exterior and interior designing of both the cars will be a whole lot different but will carry the same engine specs. which will be 1.0-litre turbo petrol and 1.5-litre turbo petrol.

  • BMW 5-series facelift
Top 3 upcoming Sedans

BMW is all ready to launch its new BMW 5-series facelift model, though this facelift was released globally in May 2020. The new facelift comes with a wide range of changes including interior, exterior and features. While the powertrain remains the same.

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