Cars with panoramic sunroof are still considered a premium offering. Well, it all began when premium car manufacturers like Mercedes-Benz, Audi and BMW to name a few started adding sunroofs to their vehicles. These sunroof options were only available on luxury automobiles of the time. But as time progressed and technology became available, premium vehicles started adding the sunroof option to their cars.
With the advent of technology, luxury car manufacturers shifted to panoramic sunroofs and standard electric sunroofs became more common on premium vehicles. Now, relatively affordable cars with panoramic sunroof are also available in India. Here, the technology is less about practicality and more about status and showoff.
In this article, we check out relatively affordable cars with panoramic sunroof in India. The list includes SUVs with panoramic sunroofs, beginning with affordable cars with a panoramic sunroof to luxury cars with panoramic sunroofs and upcoming panoramic sunroof cars in 2021 in the Indian market.
One of the best sellers in the segment comes with a large panoramic sunroof starting at the price of around 13.80 lakh ex-showroom. The SX trim on the Hyundai Creta comes with a Panoramic sunroof.
MG Hector and MG Hector Plus
The MG brand offers one of the hottest options in the SUV segment offering a lot of first in class features as well as internet-connected technologies. The 5-seater Hector in the top-of-the-line Sharp trim offer a large panoramic sunroof and comes with a price tag of INR 17.09 lakh ex-showroom. The 7-seater version of the Hector, aptly dubbed Hector plus also features a panoramic sunroof and comes with a price tag of INR 17.84 lakh ex-showroom for the Sharp variant.
2021 Tata Safari and Tata Harrier
Tata Motors reincarnated the Safari brand in the Indian market which offers what tata refers to as Glass-Dome Ceiling. A panoramic sunroof available on the XT+ variant at the price of INR 18.25 lakh. The panoramic sunroof feature is also available on the 5-seater Tata Harrier in the XZ Plus variant at the price of INR 19.05 lakh ex-showroom.
Imported as a completely built-up unit (CBU), the Volkswagen T-Roc is quite a hit in the Indian market. The brand sold out its entire stock in 2020, despite the COVID-19 pandemic and the lockdown. The second round of the T-Roc for India is also likely to run out of stock soon. The brand offers the T-Roc in a single fully-loaded variant which comes with the premium panoramic sunroof feature.
Jeep recently updated the Compass with new interiors and subtle changes on the exteriors. The premium SUV car features a panoramic sunroof in the Limited(O) variant costs INR 22.49 lakhs ex-showroom.
Upcoming Cars With Panoramic Sunroof Panoramic Sunroof in India
The Mahindra XUV700 and the Hyundai Alcazar are among the list of much-anticipated upcoming panoramic sunroof cars in India 2021.
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