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Hyundai all set to launch two new Cars in 2017

Hyundai, the leading automobile manufacturer has made it evident that the 2017 will see two of its new car models i.e. the 2017 Grand i10 and the next-gen Verna. Of course, it’s not a pure official announcement, but news comes from some reliable sources. Hyundai in the year 2016 has launched a plethora of cars that include the 2016 Elantra and the Tucson and the year definitely proved productive for the company. Perhaps the company plans to carry on the trend this year too. Now let’s have a look on the both upcoming cars.

2017 hyundai i10

2017 Grand i10

This time the 2017 Grand i10 is going to be a hatchback with slight modification both in the inner and outer surface. Of course there is not much revelation on the layout and features as the manufacturer stays mum, but what the sources reveal the car might follow the pattern of the UK-spec car and will not seen a more than average changes. The changelog is supposed to appear new cascading grille, and fresh front and rear bumpers with LED DRLs.

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Also the 2017 Grand i10 is assumed have some better & enhanced feature from the higher segment cars. This might include an all-black/blue colour schemed interior and a leather upholstery. Also it’s assumed that the car will run on the 1.2-litre Kappa petrol motor engine and a 1.1-litre three cylinder U2 VGT diesel mill under the hood. The car is expected to get launched in the market in January 2017.

2017 hyundai verna

Next Generation Verna

The other expected car in the Indian market this year is the Next Generation Hyundai Verna that will feature the ISG stop-start technology. This upcoming Sedan of Hyundai comes equipped with Maruti’s SHVS technology, the which technology is about to be emulated via the forthcoming Verna. The upcoming Hyundai Verna takes stints from concept unveiled at the Beijing International Automobile Exhibition in April with slight tweaks and the styling seems to match the new Elantra to some extent. The interior and other design of the car is supposed to be debted from the superior version of the car.

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The forthcoming version of the car is assumed to pertain the same four engine alternatives i.e. 1.4-litre and 1.6-litre petrol and 1.4-litre and 1.6-litre diesel that is found the current version. What other features the car will carry can only be revealed after full-fledged official launch of the car. So let’s wait and watch.

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