Korean auto major Hyundai has been determined to mark its presence on the Indian auto sector and we are likely to see a worldwide premier for the same sometime later this year. this fresh offering from the company will be based on the Next-gen Kia Carnival– which is yet to break its cover. Here are a few spy shots of the new three-row carnival rival which has emerged from China.

Hyundai is also focussing to launch a slew of new models including the Hyundai Aura, next-gen Creta at Auto Expo 2020. Additionally, the company will also start rolling out BS6 variants of its existing line-up and facelifted models of the Verna sedan and its premium hatchback the i20 by the end of June 2020.

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Hyundai's Take on the Kia Carnival Takes Shape
Hyundai’s Take on the Kia Carnival Takes Shape | Credits- Autocar

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  • On the Mechanical front, the new Kia carnival rival from Hyundai can feature multiple petrol and diesel engine. While most we can also expect the MPV to share some of its features with the carnival.
  • Hyundai might also be working on much more energy and fuel-efficient mild-hybrid and a fully electrified variant for its new MPV.
Hyundai's Take on the Kia Carnival Takes Shape
Hyundai’s Take on the Kia Carnival Takes Shape | Credits- Autocar
  • While the test mule seems to be heavily covered from other sides but the front was left undisguised which certainly gives away the styling and manufacturer details of the MPV. And thanks to the huge Hyundai cascade which seems to be very common amongst the current as well as the future line-up for the company.
  • Coming to the styling specs, This new MPV looks quite similar to the Kia Carnival. While the sneak peeks of the interior clearly showcase that this new MPV will support an all-new steering wheel with the evergreen Hyundai Logo. We can expect the new MPV to feature a unique dashboard apart from other minor cosmetic upgrades.
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