Hyundai India

As far as the engine line-up goes, the Chinese-spec Verna facelift will come with a 1.4-litre 4 cylinder petrol motor. We expect the car to come to India soon and the line-up as far as engines are concerned, will be very different.

The entry-spec Era variant is not offered in any of the new exterior colour options while Aqua Blue is only available from the Sportz variant onwards. The Grand i10 Nios will miss out on Flame Orange, Marina Blue and Star Dust colour options that are offered on the second-gen model.

The Hyundai Creta Sports Edition has been introduced ahead of the launch of the Kia Seltos that will go on sale in India on August 22, 2019. The Seltos is expected to get a lot of traction right from the launch and the new special edition will help the Creta remain relevant amidst new competition. Tata Motors too is planning to introduce an all-black version of the Harrier later this month.

The SUV will embark on a journey from Hyundai Motor India’s plant in Sriperumbudur, Chennai and will be driven across different geographies and weather conditions.