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Hyundai in the mood to compete with Tata Punch, preparing to capture the market with micro SUV, big pack of power and features

New Delhi. The market of micro SUV is growing rapidly in India. Tata’s Punch also has a monopoly on this market, but now a Hyundai is gearing up to end it. It is being told that Hyundai is preparing to launch its micro SUV Casper this year. According to the information received from the sources, along with showcasing Casper in the last quarter of this year, the company can also launch. However, the company has not yet given any official information regarding its launch. Although the company has started its testing with AI3 codename.

The car is being developed on the K1 compact car platform. The car is also being designed very spectacularly in looks. In this, round shape headlamps with LED DRL, lower bumper LED ring, silver finish skid plate, dual tone roof, wheel arch and multi spoke alloy will be seen.

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Powerful engine and great mileage
In Casper, the company will provide a 1.1 liter petrol engine. This engine will generate power of 69 PS. On the other hand, the second engine option will be of 1.2 liter which will generate power of 82 bhp. Auto and manual transmission options will be available in the car. It is being told that the mileage of Casper will be 20 Kmpl+. At the same time, the company can start its price from Rs 6 lakh.

Features will also be great
Features in Casper will also be given a lot of attention. The car will come with dual tone interiors. It will be given an 8-inch touch screen infotainment system supporting Android and Apple Car Play. Along with this, there will also be many safety features including keyless entry connected car technology, reverse parking camera and airbags.

At the same time, auto experts say that with the launch of Casper, people will have another option of micro SUV. Due to which difficulties can arise in front of Tata Punch.

Tags: auto news, Bike News, Hyundai, Tata Motors

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