ALFA ROMEO GIULIA SEDAN CONCEPT
1.4 liter MultiAir engine-powered 120 hp with a few other options. Including machines made specifically for the Alfa Romeo brand is equipped with a turbocharger. While the U.S. is expected to market equipped with a Pentastar V6 engine with four-wheel drive option.
HYUNDAI i10 DIESEL
This compact diesel motor could very well find its way into the next generation i10. Downsizing is the norm nowadays and a smaller engine benefits from lesser fuel consumption and reduced CO2 emissions. The 1.1-litre U-II diesel engine produces 75 PS of power and 180 Nm of torque. These figures with the non-VGT Fiat Multijet diesel engine.
Skoda Joyster is a much awaited entrant expected to be launched any time soon to compete in the hatchback segment.The interiors of this car include a docking station for a laptop, provision for internet connectivity, changeable seat covers and removable storage pockets on the chair backs. An engine above 65 hp of power and 90 Nm of torque should complement the car well.
MARUTI ALTO 800
Maruti Suzuki is known as the king of small cars and leading the charge is none other than the Alto. The Alto 800 continues to be powered by the age-old 796cc petrol engine, which gets a sea of changes to improve power and torque output. Maruti Suzuki engineers have made loads of changes to the hardware of the F8D engine, resulting in a power output of 47.5 BHP at 6000 RPM (3.5 BHP increase) and 69 Nm of torque at 3500 RPM (7 Nm increase).