The new Hyundai micro SUV has been seen testing in South Korea, and the most recent spy shots show some specifics about the vehicle’s rear profile styling. The micro SUV has a boxy look and an erect posture, even though it can only be seen from the rear. The general form and style of the Maruti Suzuki Ignis and Mahindra KUV100 are very similar. By 2022, it is projected to be available in India.
Silver roof rails, C-pillar door handles, an upright bonnet, squared wheel arches, and black cladding across the foundation and wheel arches are also visible. With a reverse sign on the windshield, the tail light seems to protrude into the boot. The alloy wheel style is very unique, and the tyre’s smaller sidewall denotes a larger alloy wheel.
In the photos, a rear disc brake is visible, which could be a segment-first feature if fitted to the India-spec version. A touchscreen infotainment system, smart car technology, automatic air conditioning, cruise control, and a rear parking camera can all be included in the Hyundai micro SUV.
Hyundai is expected to sell the same engines and transmissions as the Grand i10 Nios: a 1.2-litre petrol with 83PS/113Nm, a 1.0-litre turbo-petrol with 100PS/172Nm, and a 1.2-litre diesel with 74PS/190Nm. Both the petrol and diesel engines have 5-speed manual and automatic transmission options, while the turbo engine comes standard with a 5-speed manual transmission.