The all-new Hyundai Reina sedan has been designed following Fluidic Sculpture 2.0; power source is a 1.4-litre petrol engine
Hyundai has unveiled the all-new Reina sedan at 2017 Chongqing Motor Show. This sedan is based on the previous generation Hyundai Verna that is currently on sale in Indian market and it would go on sale in Chinese market later this year. Upon arrival, the sedan will be positioned below the new generation Verna and it will lock horns with rival like the Chevrolet Sail.
It is not clear if the car will arrive in Indian market too, but if launched here, it would be pretty interesting considering the South Korean auto major’s strategy to be present in every segment of the domestic market. The sedan has been designed following the auto manufacturer’s latest Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 design language.
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It appears with a simple and practical design indeed. Up front, it gets a large hexagonal radiator grille with black mesh flanked by laid back headlamps. The front bumper looks sculpted and it incorporated angular fog lamps with shiny black surrounding and there is a sleek central air intake as well. The hood also features sleek creases running towards the nose section.
Moving to the side profile, all-new Hyundai Reina gets alloy wheels, subtle creases, turn indicator integrated ORVMs and blackened glass area. Rear profile gets wraparound taillights and a chunky bumper as well. So far, the Reina sedan gets a minimalist design that looks practical. This car will come with a wheelbase of 2,570 mm ensuring ample space inside the cabin.
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Inside the cabin, it will come with a multifunction steering wheel, upmarket seat and upholstery materials. The touchscreen infotainment system at the centre console sporting Apple CarPlay and Baidu’s Carlife system will enhance the upmarketness further. On the powertrain front, it gets a 1.4-litre petrol engine capable of churning out 95 hp of peak power. Transmission options for the sedan include a 5-speed manual gearbox and a 4-speed automatic unit as well.
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