Judging the changing trends in the market and launching new products is a crucial task for any carmaker. They also have to gauge the popularity of their product and try to gain customer delight by offering the latest features and technology in their products. Hyundai is one such brand that knows how to improve its products. The brand has already placed products in rapidly growing segments in India. Also, some products that need an update will receive a facelift so that they are aligned with the latest market trends. In this article, we will discuss six upcoming cars from Hyundai that are expected soon in India.
Hyundai Creta Facelift
Hyundai Creta is an SUV that needs no introduction in India. It is one of the best-selling SUVs in the C-segment SUV. The Creta did receive a generation update last year and continues to do good sales. New cars like MG Astor, and Mahindra XUV700 entering the Indian market. Hyundai will be forced to bring in the facelift as soon as possible. This facelifted Creta will get a Tucson-like grille and include features like a 360-degree camera, blind-view camera, and Heads-up Display Unit (HDU). It could also get ADAS soon.
Hyundai Kona Facelift
Hyundai Kona was the brand’s first electric SUV for India. The Kona despite being a good product fails to do great sales figures due to its high price tag. An updated model is already available in foreign markets. We expect that Hyundai will bring the updated version of Kona to India very soon. The new Kona could be one of the upcoming cars from Hyundai.
Hyundai Venue Facelift
The Hyundai Venue is a very popular product in the sub-four-metre compact SUV segment. The Venue is consistent when it comes to sales figures. The segment is growing fast with new competitors coming in every year the car needs a facelift to stay ahead in the race. The facelifted Venue is expected to be more feature-loaded than the current one. Cool seats, remote ignition, Bose premium sound system, and ambient lighting are features that will be added to the Venue facelift.
Hyundai Casper was recently unveiled in South Korea. There are rumors about the Casper not getting launched in India. But Hyundai has not yet officially confirmed anything related to Casper making its way to India. We do expect Hyundai to bring the Casper to compete with Tata Punch and Citroen C3. The Casper is a micro-SUV with a unique design language. it will come loaded with features to attract young buyers.
Hyundai Tucson seven-seater
Currently, a five-seater version of the Hyundai Tucson is available in India. Getting the Tucson seven-seater in India could help Hyundai get a better grip on the premium seven-seater SUV segment. This Tucson seven-seater will follow the same strategy as the Creta and Alcazar. Hyundai will mostly keep the main body similar with some subtle changes. The engine that is currently offered in the Tucson five-seater will also be offered in the Tucson seven-seater. The engine might be re-tuned to produce more power. A 4×4 option will also be on offer. The Tucson seven-seater will compete with cars like Toyota Fortuner and MG Gloster
Hyundai i10 Nios N-Line
Recently Hyundai launched the i20 N-Line in India. Similarly, the Hyundai i10 N-Line is already available in European markets. The Hyundai Grand i10 Nios is a popular car in the hatchback segment. Looking at its popularity, Hyundai might also get the i10 N-Line to India very soon. The list of features and cosmetic changes will be similar to that offered in the i20 N-Line.
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