Powered by a 1-litre turbo petrol engine delivering power of 88.3 kW, the Hyundai i20 N Line has been introduced in N6 and N8 variants.
More than 85 per cent customers have opted for Sportz and above trims, showcasing a strong demand for advanced technologies offered on the all-new i20
The face-lifted car which is likely to be launched sometime in November will take on the likes of Tata Altroz and Toyata Glanza.
Tata Motors will supply 150 Nexon XZ+ electric compact SUVs, while Hyundai Motor India will provide 100 units of Kona electric Premium SUVs for the government use.
Onmanorama talks to Hyundai Motor India Limited's (HMIL)'s AVP and group head for new business strategy, Brijesh Gubbi Suresh, about the mobility membership program and the technological innovations.
All the existing customers have an option to choose Wonder Warranty and get the benefits without paying any extra cost.
iMT technology features a transmission gear shift lever with intention sensor, hydraulic actuator and transmission control unit.
Hyundai has carried over just the name, the rest are all new; even the design language is brand new.
It also features the company's advanced connectivity solution 'Blue Link' services which will be complimentary for first three years.
The makeover will help the Creta to take on its sibling that is galloping in India.