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Hyundai Micro SUV christened Exter To Launch By August 2023

Exter will be the name of the next compact SUV from Hyundai India when it debuts. The Hyundai Exter will start in series production in July of this year, indicating an August market debut. The Hyundai Micro SUV christened Exter, formerly known as the Ai3, will be produced for India and thereafter marketed to nearby nations.

Hyundai Micro SUV christened Exter

The SUV hasn’t been officially unveiled, but the teasers Hyundai sent out today give a general idea of how it will look from the outside. The upright SUV’s flattish hood and tailboard, as well as its boxy dimensions, are confirmed by this.

According to what we know, the Exter will have split headlamps like the Creta, Venue, and Alcazar, with LED daytime running lamps at the top and a square headlight resembling the Venue below. The ‘H’ motif, which was previously seen on test mules of the new Santa Fe SUV that will make its global premiere later this year, will be present on the daytime running lamps.

Returning to the Exter, a distinctive and angular tail-lamp design is also anticipated, which is most likely joined by an LED light bar. To further enhance its SUV image, the side profile will feature some false cladding, particularly around the wheel arches and around the doors. Additionally, Hyundai will provide the Exter with a little bit more clearance from the road than the Grand i10 Nios.

Hyundai Micro SUV christened Exter

The Exter’s base engine will be the same 83 horsepower, 1.2-liter petrol naturally aspirated engine seen in the Venue, Grand i10 Nios, and Aura. According to recent reports from us, the second engine choice will be a 1.0-liter turbo-petrol engine that might be added to the lineup in the future.

According to our sources, the Exter will have an advantage over the well-liked Tata Punch, which does not offer a turbo-petrol option, thanks to the inclusion of Hyundai’s 1.0 T-GDi turbo-petrol engine.

Additionally, it would let buyers choose an engine with greater torque and power to cover the gap left by the diesel engine. The Exter, however, will have a factory CNG option, and there are discussions about adding an all-electric model to the lineup in the future.

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