Top 4 Hyundai SUVs, MPVs, Electric Cars Launching In Next 24 Months That Can Disrupt Indian Market

Top 6 Hyundai SUVs, MPVs, Electric Cars Launching In Next 24 Months That Can Disrupt Indian Market
Top 6 Hyundai SUVs, MPVs, Electric Cars Launching In Next 24 Months That Can Disrupt Indian Market

It seems that Korean automaker, Hyundai is ready to launch an all-new Creta facelift for the Indian as well as Indonesian markets. 

Apart from this, Hyundai is also planning to launch the new Venue facelift, which has already been spotted testing in Korea. 

Below are the upcoming Hyundai cars planned to be launched in India. 



Presently,Hyundai has started the testing of the next generation Tucson in India. 

The new SUV is expected to come with bold exterior design, featuring new Sensuous Sportiness design language.

 Along with new DRLs, new headlamps and new geometrically designed grille light up in 5 different jewel-like triangles of light on each side. 

Apart from this, the SUV gets new steering wheel, a dual-screen infotainment system Inside the cabin. 

It has a 10.3-inch display for climate control, air quality monitoring system, etc. 

Its powertrain offers 230bhp and 350Nm of torque with a 2.5-litre inline 4-cylinder petrol engine that produces 190bhp of power and a peak torque of 260Nm. 


The facelifted version of the Kona EV in is expected to be launched inIndia in early 2022.

 The SUV will have updated exterior and interior along with new mechanical changes.

 It will have a new front fascia with a new closed grille, new DRLs, and new sharper headlamps with high-tech inner bezel that incorporates multifaceted reflector (MFR) technology. 

The new model will be 40mm longer than the previous model.

 The Hyundai Kona EV facelift will come with two different battery packs – 64kWH and 39.2kWh offering 204PS/395Nm and 136PS/395Nm. 


The IONIQ 5 electric SUV will be launched as a CBU model in India in 2022.

Basically, this model is built on Hyundai’s dedicated BEV architecture called Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP). 

ThSUVe sameplatform will be used in the upcoming Ioniq 6 sedan and the Ioniq 7 SUV.

Coming to Hyundai Ioniq 5,it is offered with two battery sizes – 72.6kWh and 58kWh, comes with rear-wheel or all-wheel-drive layouts.

Where, 72.6kWh battery version is claimed to offer a maximum range of around 470-480kms with support of 800V battery technology, which gives ultra-rapid charging. 

The SUV is compatible with up to 220kW DC charging, which allows the battery to charge from 10% to 80% in just 18 minutes.


 Hyundai is expected to launch a new a new 7-seater MPV to rival the likes of the Suzuki Ertiga and the Mahindra Marazzo. 

It is rumoured to be called as the Hyundai Stargazer, the new MPV. 

It will be produced at the Hyundai’s production facility in Chennai, Tamil Nadu and will also act as an export hub to several markets.

reportedly, the new model is to measure around 4.5 meters in length, making it longer than the Creta. 

Thus, the new model could stand on Alcazar’s wheelbase that is 2,760mm, around 150mm more than that of the Creta. 

 It is expected to be offered with 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engine options. 

On the other hand, the former is good for 113bhp and 145Nm of torque, the turbo-diesel engine produces 113bhp and 250Nm of torque. 

It will have both manual and automatic gearbox options. 

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