Hyundai has already charted its course for the next three years in India. The company plans to bring six new cars into the country and the competition is certainly heating up. We recently drove the all-new Hyundai Verna and noticed that its refreshing new looks sets it apart from its predecessors.
The company plans to roll out the i45, its premium sedan from the Sonata series, later this year. The car will have Hyundai's 'Fluidic Sculpture' and will boast of a 2.4- litre petrol powertrain and wil compete with the likes of the Kizashi, Passat, Accord and the Superb. The i30 and the Elantra Avante will follow suit. Hyundai is working with a lot of permutations and combinations to hold on to the customers attention which they have successfully been able to do for the past so many years.