The X451 hatchback, H5 SUV and Tigor Sport will be on display.

In a teaser shown by Tata Motors, you can see the silhouette of five new models. These cars will be shown at the 2018 Auto Expo. More information for each of the new models will be revealed at the end of this month.

Here’s what you can expect to see at Tata Motor’s pavilion:

Tata X451 (more info on January 19)
This car is built on the company’s new Advanced Modular Platform (AMP), and will be positioned above the Tiago. The company’s new design language, called Impact Design 2.0, will feature on this car. It will also use uprated versions of the Tiago’s 1.2-litre petrol engine and 1.05-litre diesel motor. The Nexon’s 1.2-litre turbo-petrol motor may also feature when the car is launched sometime in 2019.

Tata H5 (more info on January 21)
This car is built on the Land Rover Discovery Sport’s L550 platform, and will be sold as both a five-and seven-seater. Under the hood will be FCA’s 2.0-litre, four-cylinder MultiJet II diesel engine - the five-seater will use the 140hp version, and the seven-seater will be powered by the 170hp uprated version. Expect the H5 to be cheaper than the Jeep Compass and the Hyundai Creta.

Commercial vehicles (more info on January 20 and 22)
Tata is expected to show two commercial vehicles at the event. One is expected to be a people carrier while the other will be a goods carrier.

Mobility solutions
There will be 26 smart mobility solutions across its passenger and commercial vehicles that Tata will display at the Auto Expo. Its Smart Mobility pavilion will feature interactive zones like Residential Zone, Sports Zone, Smart Energy Zone, and Inter and Intracity Zones.

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