car news desk, Hyundai Motor India has upgraded its entire product lineup to meet the BS6 Stage 2 norms in the country. All Hyundai gasoline engines now meet Real Time Driving Emissions and E20 fuel standards. Apart from this, the company has equipped its cars with more standard safety features.
here is the update
The 2023 i20 hatchback, Venue subcompact SUV and Creta compact SUV now come with adjustable rear headrests as standard and 3-point seat belts on all seats. While the Asta and Asta (O) variants of the 2023 Hyundai i20 get three adjustable headrests for the rear seat passengers. The updated 2023 Hyundai Venue and Creta feature 2-step reclining rear seats with 60:40 split ratio.
next hyundai car
The South Korean automaker is preparing to launch its new Hyundai Xtor micro SUV in India. Sales of this car are expected to start in August 2023. The model is likely to be offered with two gasoline engines. Which includes 1.2L NA petrol engine and 1.0L petrol turbo engine. These motors could generate outputs of 114Nm/83bhp and 172Nm/100bhp respectively.
No official details have been revealed about the Hyundai Xter yet, but it is expected to feature a new 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with smartphone connectivity, a semi-digital instrument cluster, Hyundai’s BlueLink connected car technology, sunroof, single panel electric, among others Features are likely to happen. Automatic AC unit, multi-function steering wheel, reverse parking camera, ABS with EBD, multiple airbags, among others.
Will compete with Tata Punch
The direct competition of this car will be from Tata Punch, in which 1.2 liter petrol engine is available. This engine generates power of 86 hp. The ex-showroom price of this car starts from Rs.6 lakh.