Weekly Wrap-up: Hyundai Venue Spied, Citroen Confirms C5 Aircross, MG (Morris Garages) Hector To Get eSIM & More
This week was packed with new details of upcoming cars from various manufacturers. Here are the biggest ones
Production-spec Hyundai Venue spied: Not long after announcing the official name for the QXi sub-compact SUV, the upcoming Hyundai Venue has already been spied in its final form. While the official reveal is on April 17, take a peek at the exterior and interior of the latest Hyundai small-SUV here.
MG shows off Hector’s technological features: The MG Hector SUV is slated to launch in May 2019 and while the final specifications are yet to be revealed by the carmaker, the technology is already being showcased. With connectivity via an eSIM for the 10.4-inch touchscreen infotainment system to the voice-command AI, here’s everything we got to know about the Hector.
Citroen confirms C5 Aircross as first product in India: French automotive brand Citroen made its official entry into the Indian market this week. However, their first product launch is slated for 2020 – the C5 Aircross mid-size SUV. Here’s what we know of Citroen’s India plans for now.
Renault Triber officially announced: While one French carmaker will be making its entry into India next year, the existing one seems to be ready to launch its next product. Renault announced that its upcoming car, codenamed the RBC, will be called the ‘Triber’. But what will it be – a compact MPV or a premium hatchback? Read more about it here.
A little off the top, a little from below: We pitted the new Tata Harrier mid-size SUV against its segment competitor Jeep Compass as well as the Hyundai Creta compact SUV. Thanks to its aggressive pricing, the Harrier can be an attractive choice between both segments, but is it really? Find out here.
Source – Cardekho.com