Next year, Hyundai Motor India intends to improve and increase the range of its products. Along with a generational upgrade for the Verna sedan, the automaker will provide mid-life updates for the Grand i10, Nios, and Creta. The Hyundai Ioniq 5 electric crossover will officially go on sale on December 20, 2022, and is expected to debut in the first few months of the following year. According to rumours, the South Korean carmaker will introduce the Hyundai Stargazer into the small MPV market. Additionally, it is said to be introducing a small SUV, which could make its public debut at the 2023 Delhi Auto Show. The impending new Hyundai cars, which will be available on the market in the near future, have the following main specifications.

Hyundai Ioniq 5

The electric crossover will be shipped to India as a CBU item. It will be the first model from the company to be built on Hyundai’s exclusive E-GMP (Electric Global Modular) EV platform. The battery pack options for the Hyundai Ioniq 5 in international markets are 58kWh and 72.6kWh. The latter is said to have a 470/480km range and be compatible with 220kW DC charging. Only the top-tier model is equipped with the dual-motor AWD system.

Hyundai Creta Facelift

The upgraded Hyundai Creta will debut to the general public in India at the January 2023 Auto Expo. The SUV has Hyundai’s new parametric grille, blends seamlessly with the uniquely shaped LED DRLs. Design elements like more rectangular headlamps, sharper taillamps, a modified rear bumper, and reworked boot lighting enhance its unique appearance. The 2023 Hyundai Creta will be equipped with ADAS (advanced driver assistance system), a new digital instrument panel, an improved BlueLink-connected car, and other amenities. The configuration of its engine won’t be altered.

Next-generation Hyundai Verna

According to reports, the brand-new 2023 Hyundai Verna will go on sale in April. While the interior will receive some feature enhancements, the exterior will see most of the alterations. The new Verna will be larger and more spacious than the current model. The newly styled grille, improved headlamps, front and rear bumpers, and new “H-Tail Lamp” will have Hyundai’s “Sensuous Sportiness” design language. There will be a modernised infotainment system with wireless smartphone connectivity, an all-digital instrument cluster, and front-ventilated seats. The next-generation Verna will incorporate an ADAS suite boosting its safety quotient, similar to the current Creta.


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