Hyundai: 5 Upcoming cars that you can’t miss

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New Delhi: Hyundai is ruling India Market for years and its presence has developed importance for Indians. Hyundai is continuously launching new and updated products to counter the competition in the Indian market. Know what Hyundai is planning to launch.

Casper

Casper
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Hyundai recently launched Casper in South Korea and many Indians are expecting its launch in India as well. We can expect Hyundai to launch Casper in India as well to compete with the Tata Punch and Citroen C3. The Young customers are already attracted towards the micro-SUV car that has a quirky design language.

Facelifted Creta

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The Creta is one of the best-selling SUVs in the Indian market. Earlier this year the updated its model and has continued its sales. But the new competitors like Astor and XUV700 are forcing Hyundai to bring facelifted Creta as soon as possible. It is expected that the updated Creta will get a Tucson like grille, 360-degree camera, blind-view camera, and heads-up display.

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Facelifted Venue

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Hyundai’s Venue is one of the most competitive segments in India. However, it has not received any update since its launch. So we expect Hyundai to bring a new facelifted Venue. People are expecting some design changes, features.

7-seater Tucson

Tucson
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Hyundai might be planning to bring the 7-seater Tucson to compete with the Toyota Fortuner. It may get updated features, quirky design and many more. The 7-seater Tucson may get the extended look due to the added row. It will get the same engine as the 5-seater.

I20 diesel automatic

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The i20 is one of the best-selling hatchbacks for years in India. Last year it got a generation update as a classy design and segment-first features. But many users were expecting a diesel automatic.

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