Hyundai Motor, a South Korean carmaker, intends to introduce a new sub-4-meter SUV in India. This vehicle may go by the moniker Ai3. The business is testing its Technology, as shown by the spy photos of the Ai3 SUV. South Korea sells. The AI3 (Casper) micro SUV will be the subject of some information we will present today.
Will it look like that?
Based on a South Korean model, the AI3 may get a new look with a round projector headlight and a front grille with parametric DRLs. Together with 17-inch alloy wheels, it can also have square wheel arches. You’ll notice an advanced pair of tail lamps on the back profile. The AI3 (Casper) has a boxy, hip, and trendy appearance. Roof rails, a scuff plate at the front, and plastic cladding are also added.
What will the features be like?
Speaking of the AI3’s cabin, it, too, has a distinctive motif. It receives a steering wheel from a new generation. It features a sizable instrument cluster and an 8-inch touchscreen that is fully digital and has a blue link in the middle. These options include automated climate control, a sunroof, mood lighting, and a vented driver’s seat. Moreover, it has a 301-litre boot. This vehicle has many more functions, including front collision alert, lane keeps assist, and blind spot detection.
What will the engine be like?
The car’s global model has a 1-liter Smartstream gas engine and a 1-litre Kappa turbocharged gasoline engine. Indian consumers are anticipated to receive the 1.2-litre Kappa VTVT petrol engine, which also powers the Grand i10, Nios, and Aura. This engine produces 113.8 Nm and 81.8 hp in power and torque. A 20 km mileage is anticipated for this vehicle.
Who will be the rivals?
A 6 lakh rupee pricing range is possible for this vehicle on the Indian market. This vehicle might compete with the Tata Punch and Renault Kiger if it enters the Indian market. A 1.2-litre petrol engine drives the Punch. This allows for a maximum fuel efficiency of 20.09 km/l.