New Hyundai Aura Sedan Overgrows with DetailsNovember 26, 2019
Hyundai shared detailed information about the compact four-door sedan, which will debut next month.
A couple of weeks ago, the South Korean brand, the company announced its new product – a compact sedan Hyundai Aura, intended mainly for the Indian market, there they will establish production. The model will be based on the Grand i10 Nios hatchback, while both the Grand model and its 4-seat version with the advent of Aura will remain on sale.
Hyundai representatives spoke about the Hyundai Aura engine range. As expected, the model borrows two engines from the Grand i10 Nios: a 1.2 Kappa gasoline four-cylinder aspirated and a U2 CRDi 1.2-liter three-cylinder turbodiesel. The donor engine gives 83 hp, and diesel – 75 hp Both versions use a 5-speed manual transmission or a single-clutch robotic gearbox (AMT) as a transmission.
In addition, the sedan will also receive a gasoline “turbo-engine” 1.0 T-GDI from the local version of the Hyundai Venue crossover, in which it gives out 120 hp, but it is possible that it will deform up to 100 hp for Aura. and they will offer a 5-speed manual transmission, unlike the Venue, which uses a 6-speed manual transmission or a 7-speed robot with two clutches (7-DCT).
As for the appearance of the Hyundai Aura, judging by the previously published spy photos, the front part will be similar to the sister hatch, including the radiator grill with LED DRLs located in the corners in the form of boomerangs. The back will remain original with angular lights and additional luminous sections below. Probably, as in the case with the Xcent, the length of the Aura will not exceed four meters in order to maintain the tax benefits provided for such cars in India.
Inside, the new sedan also copies the Grand i10 Nios. According to Indian media, the official debut of the Hyundai Aura is scheduled for December 19, 2019. It is expected that the sedan will be more expensive than the hatchback Grand i10 Nios, which today is offered at a price of 500 thousand rupees, but cheaper than the older sedan Hyundai Verna, which access costs 818 thousand rupees
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