Compared to the standard Santro, the Hyundai Santro Cross looks more rugged.
New Hyundai Santro recently made its debut in the Indian market. In fact, the hatchback has started off really well with over 29,000 bookings so far. The carmaker has dispatched 8,500 units of the new Hyundai Santro 2018 to its dealerships and deliveries will begin soon. Sporting modern styling, premium cabin quality and efficient engine, the new Santro takes on multiple products right from Renault Kwid to Tata Tiago. Read – New Hyundai Santro Vs Tata Tiago
Recently, Tata Motors introduced the adventure variant of the Tiago hatchback – Tata Tiago NRG. As of now, the South Korean carmaker has no plan for the Santro cross-hatch version. Though, a digital rendering done by IAB shows what it could look like, if Hyundai plans to make one.
New Hyundai Santro 2018 Picture Gallery
Compared to the standard Santro, the Hyundai Santro Cross looks more rugged and sits on a slightly higher from the ground. Upfront, the cross-hatch features a blacked out grille and has black cladding on the front bumper. The side profile is accentuated by pronounced wheel arches with black cladding. Read – New Hyundai Santro To Get Alloy Wheels in 2019
While the standard Santro is devoid of alloy wheels, the Hyundai Santro Cross features alloys with Silver finish. Around the back, it gets sporty black cladding on the bumper. What add more to its unique look is blacked out treatment on the roof, roof tails, ORVMs and door handles. Read: New Hyundai Santro Vs Renault Kwid
Similar to the regular Santro petrol, the Hyundai Santro Cross will use the 1.1L, four-cylinder engine that’s good for 68bhp and 99Nm of torque. Transmission options might also remain unchanged – i.e. a 5-speed manual and a 5-speed AMT.
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