The upcoming Hyundai cars list gives a clear indication of what is in store over the next two to three years
Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) will introduce a number of new models over the next two to three years. The new-gen Verna will arrive next month and is expected to be followed by a micro SUV later this year. Here we have given you all the necessary details surrounding the upcoming Hyundai cars:
1. New-Gen Hyundai Verna:
The new generation Hyundai Verna will go on sale on March 21 and its bookings have begun. It takes design inspiration from the global Elantra and the interior will be brand new as well. The 2023 Hyundai Verna will feature more advanced technologies including ADAS and it will compete against Honda City, VW Virtus and Skoda Slavia.
2. Hyundai Micro SUV:
Later this year, Hyundai will reportedly bring in a micro SUV to take on Tata Punch. Codenamed Ai3, it will draw design cues from the Casper sold internationally. The five-seater will sit on the modified version of the Grand i10 Nios’ architecture and will be powered by a 1.2-litre petrol engine, paired with a five-speed manual or an AMT.
3. Hyundai Alcazar Facelift:
The facelifted Hyundai Alcazar is expected to go on sale in the near future with an updated front fascia comprising revised headlamps, bumper and grille section. It will help in extending the lifespan of the existing model and the interior will likely get a host of new features and technologies including ADAS.
4. Hyundai Creta Facelift:
In Early 2024, Hyundai is said to launch the heavily revised Creta in India. The revised front fascia is based on the latest Sensuous Sportiness styling philosophy reminiscing the Tucson and other global Hyundai SUVs. It will gain a set of new wheels and an updated rear end. The interior will feature a number of new bits and pieces while a new 1.5-litre turbo petrol engine that will debut in the new-gen Verna will join the lineup.
5. Hyundai Ioniq 6:
The Ioniq 6 made its local debut at the 2023 Auto Expo last month and considering the good reception for the locally assembled Ioniq 5, the electric sedan could hit the market in the coming years. In the global markets, it is available with either a 53 kWh or a 77.4 kWh battery pack having a claimed driving range of up to 610 km on the WLTP cycle.
6. Hyundai Creta EV:
The electric version of the next-generation Creta based on the localised E-GMP platform is expected to be launched in 2025. It will take on the upcoming Maruti Suzuki eVX, Toyota electric SUV and midsize EVs from Tata and Mahindra. Expect it to have a range of well over 500 km.