Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) is ready for a big show at Auto Expo 2020. The manufacturer’s theme, this time is ‘Freedom i Future Mobility’.
Auto Expo 2020 starts on 5th Feb, and goes on till 12th Feb. First two days, 5-6 are media days. General Public days are 7-12 Feb. At the Hyundai stall, there will be about 15 product unveils that include its current product range, and future concepts. Highlight of the show will be the new gen Creta, which will be unveiled on 6th Feb. Tucson facelift will make its India debut on 5th Feb.
Hyundai India will showcase its tech prowess that offers an insight to brand capability. The manufacturer is committed to ‘offer people quality time as well as happiness and joy while continuously evolving the mobility solution with Human Centric Technologies’.
An exciting and much awaited showcase is the all new Hyundai Creta. A vehicle that is capable of selling in large numbers as is evident from past sales. In 2019, with Kia entering India, the closely inspired Kia Seltos too started putting in quite a show, raking in huge numbers. If the new-gen Creta is something that sounds attractive, one can take a look at the second-gen Creta that’s already made its global debut in China as ix25.
Another focus area is connected tech. With seamless connectivity on the move an essential requirement, Hyundai BlueLink tech will be showcased on an interactive wall for customers to experience and understand it. The well connected Hyundai Venue and Elantra will highlight smart tech.
Hyundai has already expressed its desire to up its SUV market share, and the Auto Expo will be just the place to reiterate the SUV focus. Leading its ‘Zero Emission Mobility’ path, the Hyundai Kona EV that’s available on sale here will be showcased, alongwith NEXO FCEV.
Hyundai N brand will highlight the ability of the brand’s high-performance vehicles that are great for daily commute, and have track capability. HMIL’s Le Fil Rouge concept showcases the ‘Future of Design and Technology’. It is the coming together of the brand’s past, present and future designs being connected. Hyundai Kite two-seater dune buggy concept interestingly converts into a single- seater jet ski.
Hyundai Walking Car Concept, Elevate is described as an Ultimate Mobility Vehicle (UMV), and brings together the workings of electric cars and robots. This enables it to traverse diverse terrains that may be otherwise difficult.
Hyundai, not only fights hard to improve its position in India, but triumphs the export market, having recently announced that exports from India have surpassed the 30 lakh mark. It’s easy to see why Hyundai is able to introduce vehicles in the country that enjoy repute overseas.