- Hyundai premium outlet concept to be similar to Maruti Suzuki Nexa outlets
- To have models above the Kona
- Dealers are being trained and new area managers hired this month
Back in July, Korean car manufacturer, Hyundai had revealed its plans to introduce eight new products by 2020. As of now, five new products are due to be introduced in the premium segment namely – Elantra, Kona, Santa Fe and two electric vehicles. Reports have emerged stating that the company is planning on setting up premium outlets in the country. The report further states that the outlets will be based on the Maruti Suzuki’s premium NEXA outlet concept.
Hyundai’s premium outlet will offer models above the Kona and it is believed that Hyundai has recruited a team of area managers who will currently manage vehicle range from the Creta and above. The report further adds that the dealers are being trained to attend to premium customers. More details for the same will be known in the days to come.
Hyundai’s partner group Kia Motors has also been planning on marking its debut in India. However, the companies have maintained that they will have separate product strategies for the Indian market.