Speaking of the Stingray, it is powered by a 6.2l V8, generating 455 hp and 660 lb-ft of torque. The ZL1 Camaro too is powered by a 6.2l V8, but it generates 580 hp and 753 Nm torque. It has a top speed of 296 kmph and can do a 0-97 kmph in just 3.9 seconds.
Most of these models will only be there for display, and are not expected to be launched in the Indian market. Launch of Corvette C7 and ZL1 Camaro is out of the question as of now, while that of Trailblazer is more or less the same, sadly.
The model which will be launched in India, is the Beat facelift. Already spotted while it was out for an ad-shoot in Goa, Beat facelift is expected to be launched at the Delhi Auto Expo. Beat facelift features new front and rear bumper design, tailgate with integrated LEDs, and new wheel design. Engine options will continue to be the same as offered on the current version a 1.2l petrol mill and a 0.9l diesel mill.
Even the accessorized versions will not be launched in India. They will be on display to give an idea to their customers on how they can accessorize their Sail hatchback, sedan or Enjoy MPV.