Hyundai’s New India-Hatch was spotted testing in Delhi recently. It is expected to be launched sometime around Diwali this year and it could be named the Santro.
Like the Santro, the car will have a high-roof (a.k.a ‘tall boy’) design. The previous Santro was quite roomy so you can expect this car to offer enough room for five despite its size. This car will most probably replace the Eon in the carmaker’s line-up and it will be built on the first-gen i10’s HA platform. Dual airbags, ABS and rear parking sensors as standard are what you can expect.
An updated version of the original Santro’s ‘Epsilon’ four-cylinder petrol engine will most probably feature under the hood of this car. Hyundai could also offer an automated manual transmission or AMT option for this car. There is no word on the price yet, but the car will compete with the Celerio and Tata Tiago.