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Upcoming Cars – 10 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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Upcoming Hyundai Cars in India

Hyundai is among the very few carmakers to understand the Indian car market well. With products in almost every popular segment, Hyundai has been able to maintain its lead in the domestic market. While previous year, the Korean carmaker rolled out some prominent facelifts and new-generation models, it plans to launch some crucial products in the next two years. To give you a peek into the string of launches from the Korean carmaker, we have compiled a list of upcoming Hyundai cars that are set for launch in 2018 and 2019.

Upcoming Hyundai Cars In India

1. New Hyundai Kona Electric

Among the several other upcoming Hyundai cars, this one is going to grab many eyeballs as it will be an electric vehicle. The company has already started testing the electric Kona and if media reports are taken into consideration, it could soon make its debut in India. Hyundai is expected to preview Kona electric at the next edition of Geneva Motor Show that will be held from 8th to 18th March, 2018. Though, the company is yet to reveal plans deeming launch of electric Kona in the Indian market, reports in media suggest it could be launched in domestic market by the end of 2018. In global markets, the electric SUV will be made available with multiple petrol and diesel powertrains with a 6-speed manual and a 7-speed DCT automatic gearbox options. Designed on Hyundai’s new design philosophy, the Kona carries crossover-ish stance. Know More

Expected LaunchLate 2018
Expected PriceRs 19 lakh – Rs 24 lakh

2. Hyundai Eon Facelift

New Eon upcoming hyundai cars in india

Hyundai had first launched Eon in 2011 to rival the segment leader Alto in the budget space. While the latter one is ready to enter into a new generation, Hyundai will give a mid-life facelift to the Eon sometime this year. Changes will primarily include cosmetic bits based on Hyundai’s latest Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 design theme which will be seen in other upcoming Hyundai cars. One of the prominent changes on the small car will be a new auto box and it could additionally receive new comfort as well as safety bits. Though, the conventional 5-speed manual gearbox will be carried over from the existing model. Know More…

Expected Launch2018
Expected PriceRs 3 lakh – Rs 4.5 lakh

3. Hyundai Creta Facelift

Creta 2018 upcoming hyundai cars in India

Hyundai’s stellar compact SUV, Creta is among the best-selling models in the segment. The South Korean carmaker will give it a mid-life update sometime this year. The Creta facelift was displayed alongside other upcoming Hyundai cars at the Sao Paula Motor Show. The updated model of the SUV will make its India debut at the 2018 Auto Expo next month. The India-spec model is likely to receive cosmetic updates only. Some of the key highlights will include revised front grille with horizontal chrome slats, LED DRLs, new taillamps and new alloys. No changes will be made under the skin. That means, the Creta facelift will continue using the same 1.6-litre VTVT, 1.4-litre CRDi and 1.6-litre CRDi units from the current model. Transmission choices will include the 6-speed manual and 6-speed automatic gearbox. Know More…

Expected LaunchEarly 2018
Expected PriceRs 10 lakh – Rs 15 lakh

4. New Hyundai Elite i20

2017 Elite i20 upcoming hyundai cars in india

Hyundai gave its poplar premium hatchback, i20 a generation change in 2014 and is once again readying to give it a makeover. The model is currently its final testing phase and was snapped multiple times. The updated model of the car is likely to be showcased at the 2018 Auto Expo. In term of design and styling, the 2018 Elite i20 will share cues with the all-new Verna. Some of the exterior updates will include Elantra-inspired headlamps, revised front bumper and fog lamps, new alloy wheels and new LED taillamps. The hatchback will also receive some mechanical updates. While the engine setup will remain unchanged, the car will get a new CVT automatic gearbox. If media reports are to be believed, the 2018 model year of the hatchback will come with a 1.2-litre Kappa petrol engine paired to a CVT gearbox. The diesel version will also continue to use the 1.4-litre oil burner from the existing model. Transmissions, too, will be carried over from the current model – i.e. a 5-speed manual and a 6-speed manual. Know More…

Expected LaunchEarly 2018
Expected PriceRs 5.70 lakh – Rs 9 lakh


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