Hyundai Santro has been launched in five variants in India - D-Lite, Era, Magna, Sportz and Asta. The hatchback is available in petrol/CNG and AMT options. Here below are the unique highlights of the newly launched Santro in India –
The new Santro is based on the Rhythmical Tension design ideology that adapts the hexagonal cascading front grille in the new style. From the Magna variant onwards, it gets chrome surround on the grille and body coloured door handles and ORVMs.
The vehicle gets R14 wheel covers in the Sportz and the Asta variants.
The hatchback gets fog lamps in the top and the second to top variants.
The hatchback is powered by a 1.1-litre petrol engine that runs on petrol/CNG options and can be had in either five-speed manual or AMT options.
It further gets a dual tone beige and black interior. The vehicle gets multi-function steering wheel from Magna variant onwards.
The vehicle gets a modest instrument cluster with a clear and uncluttered layout.
The Sportz and the Asta variants get a 17.64cm advanced multi-information display with smartphone connectivity.
Barring the base D-Lite variant, the rest of trims get the rear AC vents as standard.