Hyundai Upcoming cars in Pakistan



Hyundai Pakistan manufacture and
distribute Hyundai vehicles in Pakistan in the year 2000. Hyundai Pakistan
received an overwhelming response for their Hyundai Santro and Hyundai Shehzore
in Pakistan but in 2008 due to some clashes with the Government, Hyundai
Pakistan had to wrap up their business. However, in 2014 and 2015 Hyundai
sold some units from their old inventory. Pakistan Automotive policy
(2016-2021) breathed a new wave in Pakistan Automotive Industry. Hyundai
Pakistan collaborate with Nishat Group of Companies to return in Pakistan
Automotive Industry. Expected date 2018 December or 2019.

Here some cars expected from
Hyundai Pakistan motors

Hyundai i10 2018:


Ø  Engine: 1.0L Naturally Aspirated Inline-3
Ø  Power: 66 HP
Ø  Torque: 95 Nm
Ø  Fuel Economy: 17.5 km/l
Ø  Price (Estimate) : PKR 1 000
000 – 1 275 000

It competes with the Suzuki
Cultus, Wagon-R and of course, its upcoming sister car, the Kia Picanto. The
i10 has been an award Winner and the class leader ever since the
first generation debuted in 2008.



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The
i10 has proved to be a very reliable car and that combined with the high fuel
economy ensures low running costs.
The i10 will be offered a 5-Speed Manual and a 4-Speed Automatic
transmission and will likely go on sale between Late-2018 to Early-2019.

 Hyundai Accent 2018:

Ø  Engine: 1.6L Naturally Aspirated
Direct-Injected Inline-4



Ø  Power: 123 HP



Ø  Torque: 151 Nm


Ø  Fuel Economy: 13.5 km/l

Ø  Price (Estimate) : PKR 1 700 000 – 1 850 000

The Hyundai Accent is Hyundai’s compact sedan and goes against the Honda
City, Suzuki Ciaz, the GLi/XLi variants of the Toyota Corolla and the upcoming
Toyota Vios/Yaris Sedan.The exterior design is elegant and understated and
looks more modern than the Honda City and the Suzuki Ciaz. The 1.6L engine is
responsive to inputs and offers plenty of power for a compact car. The handling
is more than good enough for this class and the Accent is quiet and composed on
the road.

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The Accent comes with either a 6-Speed Manual or a 6-Speed
Automatic depending on the trim level, the automatic is a little muted but is
still infinitely better than the ancient 4-Speed Automatics found in its
rivals. Take all these features, low price and great build quality into account
and it is no surprise that the Accent frequently outsells the Ciaz and City in
India, even though their City is the next generation and is far better
equipped.


Hyundai Elantra 2018:

Ø  Engine: 1.4L Turbocharged Direct-Injected
Inline-4
Ø  Power: 130 HP
Ø  Torque: 211 Nm
Ø  Fuel Economy: 16.5 km/l
Ø  Price (Estimate) : PKR 1 950 000 – 2 450 000

The Elantra is Hyundai’s
offering in the mid-size sedan segment and goes against the Toyota Corolla
Altis and the Honda Civic. Let’s start with the best part, the engine. The 1.4L
turbocharged and Direct-Injected Inline 4 generates 130 HP and 211 Nm at 1400
just RPM.




This engine is mated to a 7-Speed dual clutch automated manual
transmission and the Accelerates from 0-100 in a quick 7.8s. The car handles good enough for
a mid-size sedan, and is very responsive to inputs. 




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The interior is quiet and
well-built like other Hyundai models and features modern delights like auto
emergency braking.  Apple
Carplay, Android Auto and Lane Departure Prevention. It is also more spacious
than its sedan rivals and can seat 5 comfortably. It will present the consumer
with an enticing alternative to an Alits or a Civic.

 Hyundai Tucson 2018:

Ø  Engine: 1.6L Naturally Aspirated
Direct-Injected Inline-4
Ø  Power: 130 HP
Ø  Torque: 160 Nm
Ø  Fuel Economy: 12 km/l
Ø  Price (Estimate) : PKR 3 000 000 – 3 500 000
 If the Tucson makes an appearance in Pakistan,
it would be a game-changer. The Tucson is a mid-size crossover that competes
with the Honda CR-V.  It would undercut the major players like Honda
Vezel, Suzuki Vitara, Audi Q2, BMW X1 and Toyota C-HR (all of which are compact
crossovers) in price by some margin. 






The Tucson is a decent vehicle
with a quiet cabin, great material and build quality and is laden with modern
technology. It comes with a 6-Speed Automatic Transmission and All-Wheel-Drive
is optional. The ride is comfortable and the suspension deals well with bumps
and potholes.

 Hyundai loniq hybrid 2018:

Ø  Engine: 1.6L Naturally Aspirated Atkinson-Cycle
Inline-4
Ø  Power: 139 HP
Ø  Torque: 265 Nm
Ø  Fuel Economy: 25 km/l
Ø  Price (Estimate) : PKR 3 250 000 – 3 500 000


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The Ioniq hybrid is a part of
the family of cars under the “Ioniq” nameplate which includes the Ioniq Hybrid.
The loniq hybrid supposed prius-killer.
The Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid and the Ioniq electric. A 1.6L Atkinson-Cycle Inline 4
beats at its heart making 104 HP mated to a 6-Speed dual clutch transmission.
Joining it is an electric motor adding another 41 Hp to the 139 HP combined. 






As
a result the Ioniq goes from 0-100 in a very respectable 8.9s making it quicker
than its rival, the Prius. The
suspension deals with bumps and imperfections nicely and handling is good
enough for a car of this class.





The interior and exterior design is similar
other Hyundai models (especially Elantra).  It looks better than its
counterpart, has a better built interior, offers similar fuel economy and is
equipped with the latest safety and infotainment technologies. If it is brought
here, it is expected to undercut the Prius in terms of pricing.

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