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Upcoming Cars – 11 New Hyundai Cars to Launch in Next Two Years

Check out new upcoming Hyundai cars in India in the next 2 years – price, specs and other details

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New Upcoming Hyundai Cars

With over two decades in India, Hyundai has emerged as one of the most successful carmakers from foreign land. The second largest carmaker currently trails behind market leader Maruti Suzuki India. From its first car Hyundai Santro, introduced in 1998 to the Hyundai Tucson in 2016, Hyundai has picked the right models for the complex Indian market and we can safely say that it understands the domestic market well. This year so far, the Korean car giant has rolled-out facelift versions of its stellar model Grand i10 and subcompact sedan, Xcent. Adding to it, the company has also launched the new generation Verna sedan. With the Auto Expo 2018 inching closer, Hyundai is gearing up for new car launches and we bring you a complete list of the upcoming Hyundai cars in the next two years.

Upcoming Hyundai Cars In India

1. Hyundai Tucson 4×4

Hyundai Tucson 4x4 upcoming hyundai cars in india

After much hullabaloo, Tucson made its debut in the world’s fifth largest automotive industry, which is also a crucial market for the carmaker. While Hyundai brought Tucson in just 2WD version, the company is keen on adding the all-wheel drive variant soon. There will be no change in mechanical terms as the 4×4 Tucson will continue using the same 2.0-litre CRDi diesel engine with 185bhp of maximum power and 400Nm of torque. Transmission options will include the same 6-speed manual unit and optional automatic gearbox from the 2WD variant. There will be no changes in terms of looks, though it might receive some new features such as panoramic sunroof and all black colour scheme etc. Know More…

Expected Launch Early 2018
Expected Price Rs 26 lakh – Rs 27 lakh

2. New Hyundai Kona Electric

The next model in our list of upcoming Hyundai cars is the Kona Electric. The company has already started testing the electric version of this small SUV. If media reports are to be believed, the Kona electric could also make its way to the Indian market in near future. The vehicle is likely to make its global debut at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, while India-launch could take place towards the end of 2018. The Korean brand earlier planned to introduce hybrid cars in India, but has withdrawn its plans due to increase in tax on hybrid & mild-hybrid cars under GST regime. This compact SUV features a crossover-ish look and has the company’s new Fluidic sculpture design philosophy. Know More

Expected Launch Late 2018
Expected Price Rs 19 lakh – Rs 24 lakh

3. Hyundai Eon Facelift

New Eon upcoming hyundai cars in india

First introduced in 2011 with an aim to defy Maruti Alto’s reign, the mini-hatchback from Hyundai is set to receive its first facelift in seven years. Based on Hyundai’s flexuous Fluidic design theme, Eon was appreciated for its contemporary styling, however it did not do wonders to its sales. As for the facelift, Eon will get prominent cosmetic changes in tandem with other upcoming Hyundai cars which will also adapt Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 design language. Another significant addition to the Eon facelift will be an auto box and there will be additional comfort as well as safety features. One must note that the petrol unit and 5-speed manual transmission will be carried over from the current model. Know More…

Expected Launch 2017
Expected Price Rs 3 lakh – Rs 4.5 lakh

4. Hyundai Creta Facelift

Creta 2018 upcoming hyundai cars in India

Hyundai ventured into the compact SUV space with Creta in 2015 and since then it has been garnering unparalleled response from the customers. That said, the SUV touched 1 lakh unit sales mark within 8 months of its launch in India. The company is now readying a facelift version of the model which was displayed last year at the Sao Paula Motor Show. As for the India-spec model, it will not receive any mechanical update and will continue using the same 1.6-litre VTVT, 1.4-litre CRDi and 1.6-litre CRDi units. Transmission duties will be handled by a 6-speed manual and 6-speed automatic gearbox. Enjoying a strong popularity in the segment, Creta facelift is among the most awaited upcoming Hyundai cars slated for launch next year. Know More…

Expected Launch Early 2018
Expected Price Rs 10 lakh – Rs 15 lakh



 

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