We know Halloween was yesterday, and we know we were late to the party. But we just had this idea at the last minute. You might wonder if we are running out of content, to which we’d say moving on…

Today morning at 10 am, a rather lazy brainstorming session took place over 3 cups of coffee, and lo’ behold, here are nine scary cars in India that give us the Halloween vibe. If you haven’t gotten this already, this article is a fun read and should be treated as one. Peace out  ✌️

  1. Tata Tiago

    Tata Tiago 2020 BS6 Facelift
    Tata Tiago 2020

    So, starting with the list is this economy hatchback and Tata’s breadwinner; the Tata Tiago. The Tiago, when it was launched back in 2016, didn’t have that aggressive look, but the 2020 facelift took the design game on to the next level with the Impact 2.0 language. Moreover the looks, the Tata Tiago has an excellent 1.2L Revotron NA engine, a stiff chassis and a sweet Harman infotainment system. Overall a superb package!

  2. Nissan Magnite

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    Nissan Magnite

    Next on the list is Nissan’s entry into the sub-compact SUV segment, the Nissan Magnite. The Magnite is developed, designed and manufactured in India, India. Its cousin, the Renault Kiger, shares the same chassis, engine and almost everything. But the looks are where the Magnite has got the edge. The sculpted headlamps give the Magnite a mean and aggressive look. Dare we say that the Magnite comes out as a better package overall when compared to the Renault Kiger.

  3. Kia Sonet

    Front Profile
    Kia Sonet

    We don’t have to say much about the Sonet; you have to watch its TVC. Kia itself promotes the Sonet as a mean-looking car. The LED headlamps with the “Heart-Beat” LED DRLs gives it a menacing look upfront. The Kia Sonet, again, as the trend goes, shares the same platform as the Hyundai Venue, but where the Venue is a sober and straightforward looking SUV, the Kia Sonet is one stunner. What say?

  4. Honda City (2017 4th-Gen Facelift)

    Honda City BS6
    Honda City BS6

    Hold up! We are not talking about the 5th Gen Honda City here. It is the 2017 4th Gen Facelift that takes the scary cake. When the 2021 City was launched, it divided the internet where one side appreciated the new, sleek and refreshed look. Whereas the other side criticised the 5th-gen City for being too German-ish.The 4th-gen Facelifted City look like one menacing C-Segment sedan that the Ciaz or Vento shouldn’t mess with. The Verna, however, might stand a chance in terms of spookiness and scariness. Please don’t start the age-old Verna vs City fight in the comment section. Thanks in advance 🙂

  5. 2020 Hyundai Creta

    2020 Hyundai Creta Variants
    2020 Hyundai Creta

    What more can we say for the 2020 Hyundai Creta? When revealed at the 2020 Auto Expo (and in some spy pics) got the internet perplexed and agitated. Not everyone was able to digest the weird looks and proportion on the new Creta. Indians were used to and adjusted to the existing Creta with its no-nonsense SUV-ish looks, and everything was well and jolly. We salute Hyundai designers for this rather bold experiment which the call (and we quote) “SENSUOUS SPORTINESS”. Love it or hate it, you gotta agree that you can take your eyes off the Creta when you see it on the road. If you hate it, rest assured that it will slowly and steadily grow on you, and you will come to love it sooner or later.

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  6. Skoda Kushaq

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    New Skoda Kushaq

    The prodigal son of Skoda India, the Kushaq is Skoda’s entry into the compact SUV segment dominated by the Kia Seltos and the Hyundai Creta. The Skoda, as Skoda themself say, is Made In India and Made For India. Going with Skoda’s Tiger-nose grille, you will second that the Kushaq has got the looks. If you look at the complete portfolio of Skoda in India, you will observe that Czech carmaker has got some excellent car designers on board. The bold, seamless, sculpted lines of the Kushaq gives it a rather mature than scary look. Wait… we think we should have skipped the Kushaq for this list?!?

    Anyways, the EPS light is enough to give a Skoda owner the Halloween Spooks!

  7. Tata Harrier #Dark Edition

    Tata Harrier Dark Edition
    Tata Harrier #Dark Edition

    The moniker says it all. The standard Tata Harrier looks mean enough, but the Harrier #Dark Edition took it up a notch. Based on Land Rover’s OMEGA-Arc platform, the Tata Harrier has got not just the looks but the stance of a scary-looking car. The DRL’s, the big and bulbous front bumper, and the lifted tail all contribute to the “Don’t mess with me look.”

    Whenever I see a Harrier Dark Edition or a Black Fortuner with tinted glass, I very politely steer my car away to make way.

  8. Isuzu V-Cross

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    2021 Isuzu D-Max V Cross

    This big Isuzu suffers from a split-personality disorder. Have you ever seen the D-Max in its commercial cab variant, and on the other side, take a look at the V-Cross?

    This is enough to give us the chills. Take a V-Cross (in crimson), lift it, slap some big-a** tyres and there it is, you got one big scary truck. Even Fortuners, Thars and Endeavours make way for the big daddy V-Cross. Again, don’t start a fight in the comment section.

  9. Mahindra XUV700

    2021 Mahindra XUV700
    2021 Mahindra XUV700

    A fresh new entrant in this list is the XUV700. First, we would like to praise Mahindra and their designers for developing this gem of a car, and the exterior, interior, tech and safety all fall on point.

    The big XUV700 has got the looks to qualify it for our spooky list. The sharp and sculpted headlamps with Mahindra’s signature LEDs give the XUV700 a menacing (in a mature) look for sure. The Special Olympian Neeraj Chopra Gold Edition XUV700 is the icing on the cake!

So, these were nine spooky cars in India that gave us the Halloween chills. Did we miss your favourite car? Drop your thoughts in the comment section below and have a great belated Happy Halloween.

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