Hyundai India offers a total of 17 car models. These consist of 5 Hyundai upcoming cars and 12 new Hyundai cars in India. The list of Hyundai cars in the country comprises 4 hatchback cars, 3 sedan cars, 4 SUV cars, 1 crossover car. The manufacturer offers 70 petrol variants, 41 diesel variants, 2 electric variants, 2 petrol cng variants. Some of the popular Hyundai cars in India include Hyundai Venue, Hyundai Kona Electric, Hyundai i20, Hyundai EON, Hyundai Santro. As of July 2019, Hyundai has a total of 866 dealerships spread across 403 cities in India. Check Hyundai car prices, read Hyundai car reviews, watch videos, compare Hyundai cars with cars from other manufacturers and get news alerts from CarAndBike.com
Hyundai Motors India Limited (HMIL) is the largest passenger car exporter and the second largest car manufacturer in India. Hailing from South Korea, the company was established in India in 1996 and it launched its first product, Santro in September 1998. After a successful run in the country for 16 years, Hyundai discontinued the model in December 2014. The current line of products in Hyundai India’s portfolio includes hatchbacks, sedans and SUVs. Hyundai India started exporting cars to overseas countries in 1999 and currently it ships some of its popular models to vital international markets in Africa, Middle East, Latin America, Australia and Asia Pacific. Hyundai’s avant-garde manufacturing facility is located near Chennai and the research and development centre, ‘Hyundai Motor India Engineering’ (HMIE) is located in Hyderabad.