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New Cars in Pakistan:new car
Here is a list of upcoming automobiles in Pakistan:
1. KIA Cerato
2. Honda City (7th Generation)
3. Toyota Corolla (12th Generation)
4. Changan Alsvin Proton
• KIA Cerato: In Pakistan, KIA Motor tested the Cerato, according to sources. The KIA Cerato has finally arrived in Pakistan. Cerato will have the 1.6-litre engine, according to sources. Toyota Corolla Altis 1.6L is KIA Motor’s main competitor. It is expected that the KIA Cerato price will be in the range of 3 to 3.5 million Pakistan rupees. First quarter of 2021 is when KIA Company plans to launch this car.
• Honda City: City (7th Generation) is being tested on Pakistani roads by Honda Company. City (7th Generation) will be available in Pakistan by 2021. Tests are underway in Pakistan with the Toyota Corolla (12th Generation). Towards the end of 2021, Toyota Company Pakistan plans to launch the 12th generation Toyota Corolla in Pakistan. 12th Generation Toyota Corolla will cost 1 to 2 lacs higher than the present price.
• Proton Saga: Proton is building a factory in Pakistan, which will be finished shortly. Proton Company intends to introduce the Proton Saga in Pakistan in the first quarter of 2021. The Proton Saga will have a 1299cc engine. The Proton Saga will cost between 2 and 2.5 million PKR.
• Changan Alsvin: Changan Karavan is one of the company’s cars that is extremely popular in Pakistan. Changan Company is putting the Changan Alsvin through its paces on Pakistani roads. This vehicle was observed by several individuals on the Islamabad highway. Changan Company intends to launch Changan Alsvin in Pakistan by the end of 2020, according to our sources.
• Hyundai Elantra: Hyundai displayed the “Hyundai Elantra” at the Pakistan Autoshow 2020. Hyundai Nishat officials stated at the time that they want to launch the Hyundai Elantra in Pakistan. In Pakistan, the Hyundai Elantra will be equipped with a 1.6-liter engine. According to Hyundai Nishat officials, the Hyundai Elantra would be introduced in Pakistan in February 2021.
Pakistan Automobile News:
According to the State Bank of Pakistan’s quarterly report, Pakistan’s car sector grew by 23.4 percent from July 2020 to March 2021, compared to a decrease of 37.7 percent during the same period last year (SBP). Cars improved by 24.7 percent, motorbikes improved by 20.3 percent, LCVs improved by 30.2 percent, and tractors improved by 57.5 percent. This growth was caused by low loan rates, relative stability in vehicle costs, and the launch of new models. According to the study, consumer financing for the car sector was Rs. 73.6 billion, up from Rs. 3.2 billion the previous year. Almost 40% of these loans were disbursed in the third quarter of 2021, from January to March. Car prices in Pakistan is on mediocre level and the investors earn profit by investing in cars industry and earn more than the investment.
TOGG Shows First Body Assembly of Turkey’s Homegrown Car
Turkey’s Automobile Joint Venture Group (TOGG) announced to have completed the initial body assembly of the country’s first homegrown car. The consortium developing the nation’s first domestically produced automobile showcased the integrated body assembly in a post on Twitter.
TOGG was launched on June 25, 2018. It is led by former tech-giant Bosch executive Mehmet Gürcan Karakaş, who was appointed chief executive officer in 2018. President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in December 2019 for a sport utility vehicle (SUV) and a sedan, both fully electric and C-segment models.
TOGG will produce five different models – an SUV, sedan, C-hatchback, B-SUV and B-MPV – through 2030. Mass production of the first SUV will begin in 2022, with the sedan to follow.
Construction of TOGG’s engineering, design and production facilities began on July 18, 2020. The facility, built on an area of 1.2 million square meters in the Gemlik district of northwestern Bursa province, is planned for completion in early 2022.
As for suppliers, TOGG has already reached deals with 10 global corporations – 75% of them from Turkey and the remaining 25% from Europe and Asia. It has opted for advanced lithium-ion battery technology company for the battery.
Turkey’s homegrown car will reach 80% charge in under 30 minutes with fast charging. It will have a range of between 300 to 500 kilometers. Acceleration from 0 to 100 kph will be 7.6 seconds with 200 horsepower, and under 4.8 seconds with a 400 horsepower engine, according to TOGG.