Maruti Suzuki on 3 November 2014 launched a new version of Automatic car called Alto K10. The Alto k10 at 3.80 lakh rupees is the cheapest automatic car in India.
Maruti selected the 1000cc version called K10 and upgraded for the automatic variant. It was upgraded with the automatic gear-shift (AGS) technology for its automatic versions.
AGS is basically an inexpensive transmission system that allows the driver to choose between automatic and manual gear changes.
Maruti with the launch expects 30-40 percent of its sales through automatic variants in future.
Hyundai has an automatic variant on its i10 Grand model at the cost of 5.7 lakh rupees.
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