It’s just been a short while since the Hyundai Elite i20 made its global debut and already the South Korean automaker has put up pictures of the European spec 2015 Hyundai i20 which will make its official debut at the 2014 Paris Motor Show next month.
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The Hyundai Elite i20 made its first ever public appearance at an event in Delhi today. Launched at an introductory price of Rs 4.89 lakh, the Elite i20 will be available in 10 variants and two engine options. It has been designed along the ‘Fluidic Sculpture’ design philosophy and though the overall silhouette is almost identical to the previous car, the sharp lines and funky design elements give the car a distinct look.
While other carmakers are busy working on increasing their market share in India; the leader Maruti Suzuki has other plans. The company that put our nation on wheels, Maruti Suzuki has been selling cars for three decades now. Chairman RC Bhargava addressing the shareholders talked about the future plans.
The Hyundai Elite i20 has been launched in India for an introductory price of Rs 4.89 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Designed along the company’s radical ‘Fluidic Sculpture’ design philosophy, the Elite i20 is a completely new model and will also be exported to Hyundai's other global markets. Like its predecessor, the Elite i20 will be offered in ten variants, though the Magna (O) variant has now been discontinued and a new Sportz (O) variant has been added to the line-up. The diesel range starts at Rs 6.09 lakh while the top of the line Asta retails at Rs 7.66 lakh, both ex-showroom Delhi.
Hyundai is all set to launch the new Elite i20 for the Indian market in the next few hours and we at CarWale are bringing you all the details live from the venue in Delhi. The new premium hatchback is making its global debut today and will be sold in India alongside the existing i20 model.
Mercedes-Benz India recently concluded the second season of its ‘Young Star Driver Programme’ Season II which witnessed young racing aspirants from across India showcasing their raw talent, on the Buddh International Circuit. The second season was won by Raj Bharath (Bengaluru), G Vikash Anand (Chennai) and Ali Yawar Hayat (Bengaluru).
Hyundai will launch the eagerly awaited premium hatchback, the Elite i20, tomorrow. The new car features the new Fluidic v2.0 theme with completely new exterior and interior design.
The Toyota Etios Liva hatchback has been launched in Nepal for 3.34 million NPR (Rs 20.79 lakh). The car will distributed in the hill nation by United Traders Syndicate and follows the Etios sedan which was launched there in August last year.
With the launch of the sedan and coupe versions of the new S-Class done and dealt with, Mercedes-Benz is now concentrating on the new cabriolet model which has been in the making for rather long. A prototype model of the luxurious drop-top has been spied on test by Auto Express UK.
Car sales in India have shown growth for the third straight month when compared to the corresponding period last year. SIAM data reveals that a total of 137,873 units were sold in July as compared to 131,257 units sold in July 2013.