The Talegaon plant will largely be used for export purposes, reports claim. However, Hyundai is facing issues in fulfilling the demand for our market. The carmaker currently has long waiting periods for almost all of its models. Thus, the Chennai-based unit could solely be used for domestic sales. Currently, the Alcazar, Aura, and i20 have short waiting periods, whereas the Creta’s waiting period goes up to 6 months and more on select variants.
Furthermore, the brand is preparing to launch the new-gen Hyundai Verna in the Indian market. The sedan will make its global unveil in India, and it will be sold in multiple markets across the globe. Hyundai Verna will come with two petrol powertrain choices – 1.5L NA petrol and 1.5L turbo-petrol. The former puts out 115 PS against 144 Nm, while the latter will develop 160 PS and 253 Nm. On the other hand, it is 4,535 mm long, 1,765 mm wide, 1,475 mm tall, and has a 2,670 mm wheelbase. The boot volume stands at 528 litres – highest in the segment.
Talking about the dimensions, the new Hyundai Verna is longer, wider, and taller than the outgoing model, measuring 4,535mm in length, 1,765mm in width, and 1,475mm high. Its boot has a 528-litre capacity, which is 50 larger than its forerunner and the best in the segment.