At a ceremony held in Mumbai at the Cricket Club of India, keys to 12 Hyundai cars were handed over by officials from HMIL to organizing committee of the 2013 Women’s Cricket World Cup. The fleet comprises cars like the new Sonata, Elantra and Verna and will be used for transportation requirements during course of the competition.
The Hyundai Sonata is the sixth generation premium sedan model and is equipped with a number of features like cruise control, front and rear ventilation, high intensity xenon lights, adjustable seats, anti lock braking system combined with EBD, smart key with push start, rear view camera, and six airbags among other safety and entertainment options. The award wining Elantra is provided with a package comprising style and modern design. It also boasts of a new body kit, interiors and tuned engine. This integrated package allows for the Elantra to lock horns with Chevrolet Cruze, Toyota Corolla and Honda Civic.
During course of the competition, HMIL will be promoting the event on social networking sites through innovative games, quizzes, pictures and schedules aimed and attracting cricket fans from all over the country.
Nalin Kapoor, Senior General Manager and Group Head of Marketing, HMIL, commented at the key handing over ceremony, “We are proud to be associated with ICC as an official partner and are delighted to hand over our fleet of cars. We are certain that the experiences provided by Hyundai cars, which symbolize contemporary design and cutting-edge technology will be appreciated by all. Working to build momentum towards the ICC Women’s World Cup India 2013, we are confident that this tournament will be a huge success and wish the very best for all participating teams.”
Caption:R-L: Mr. Nalin Kapoor, Senior General Manager & Group Head Marketing HMIL, Mr. Sanju S. Kothari, Joint Honorary Treasurer, The CCI Ltd, Mr. Suru Nayak, ICC Women’s World Cup India 2013, Tournament Director at Hyundai Cars handing over ceremony at ICC Women’s World Cup India 2013