New Delhi During the Corona period, automobile companies around the world have suffered huge economic losses, due to which jobs of millions of people have also been lost. The speed of corona virus has again become uncontrollable in India, due to which complete lockdown is in force in many big cities. In such a situation, automobile companies are again facing the danger of loss.
Large automobile companies are busy launching vehicles these days, so that the economic situation is strengthened by increasing sales. Meanwhile, Hyundai has been testing its new micro SUV in the Indian market for a long time.
This upcoming micro SUV of the company has been codenamed. Once again this SUV has been spotted during testing and this time some more information related to this SUV has been revealed.
Recently a teaser image of this SUV was also released, which has seen its headlight and taillight. It has split lighting using Hyundai’s traditional design language. LED day time running lights with circular projector make its front look attractive. However, its taillight has been given a triangular shape.
The company had announced the manufacture of this micro SUV in 2018, and since then it has been seen testing on different stages.
Although no information has been shared about the details of this micro SUV officially, it is believed to have been produced on Hyundai’s K1 platform.
It can be launched in the market with two different petrol engine options. In one variant, the company can use a petrol engine of 1.2 liters and 1.1 liter engine in other variants. Like you find in Santro, the company’s famous hatchback car. It is being told in media reports that the company can launch it at an initial price of Rs 5 lakh.