The 10th Indian Car of the Year (ICOTY) award was announced in Mumbai yesterday (17th December 2014), as 2015 Hyundai Elite i20.
Hyundai Motor India has confirmed at least two new cars for launch next year in the country. This in spite the fact, that the South Korean company is facing an old problem, only the situation now is getting more glaring as the demand increases.
Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) launched its 2nd gen i20 in India on August 11, 2014. In less that 4 months, 56,000 Elite i20 units have been sold.
Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) reports domestic sales of 35,511 units and exports of 18,500 units with cumulative sales of 54,011 units for November 2014.
Following R-Spec variants of Veloster and Genesis, Hyundai’s next big gameplay could be an R-Spec Hyundai i20.
Last month Venkatesh Nalluru dropped his Hyundai i20 at Lakhsmi Hyundai at Hebbal, Bangalore for a front bumper replacement. When he returned 90 minutes later, his car had been reduced to a structure of ash.
2015 Hyundai i20, which was launched in India as the Elite i20 earlier this year, has been launched in the UK at a starting price of Ā£10,695.