Hyundai i30: Indian customers are very excited about the vehicles of the hatchback segment, there are strong models of many great companies in this segment today and some more are to be launched. Hyundai, the country’s second largest and number one SUV carmaker, has recently introduced the prototype of its hatchback car Hyundai i30. This car is designed like all the other vehicles coming in the “i” series, but its features are going to be advanced.
This car will be launched on Diwali and delivery will also start from December
According to an official associated with Hyundai Motors India, this car will be launched on Diwali and delivery will also start from December. As far as features, engine and performance are concerned, detailed information is not available about it, but sources have come up with some specific information. First of all, the Hyundai i30 is going to be slightly bigger than all the other cars in this series and the front look has been raised, changing the front will also increase ground clearance as well as change the dashboard.
The exterior of the Hyundai i30 will get LED headlights, fog lights, taillights, chrome grille, rear camera, body color bumper, side view mirror, rain sensing wipers, auto headlamps, headlamp washer, rear side full length light strip and the company’s logo in the front middle. These features are in great demand at this time and almost all companies are bringing them in their vehicles.
In terms of safety, Hyundai Motors has been slightly better than Maruti Suzuki.
Safety features on offer include dual airbags, child safety lock, auto door lock, crash sensor, disc brakes at the front and drum brakes at the rear, ABS with EBD, brake assist, central locking, rear seat belts, seat belt reminder, engine check warning, speed alert, parking sensors and hill assist.
Launched under a different name in the foreign car market, Hyundai i30 has been launched at a price of 12 lakh Indian rupees, but its price in its country may be lower. According to experts, if there is a major change in the engine, then the price will increase and if the engine is kept as before, then it can be launched for up to Rs 10 lakh.