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Hyundai Plans to launch i30 and Avante in India

It has not been even a month since Hyundai launched its i20 hatch in India and now the company plans to launch its i30 and Avante (new Elantra) soon in Indian in what we call a launching spree!The i30 which was first launched at the Tokyo Motor Show

Record: Two-thousand Hyundai i20s booked in 20 days!

Hyundai, which recently rolled out the second car from its 'i' series in India - the i20, has started claiming records already!When the i10 was launched in late 2007, it quickly grabbed a spot in the the Top 10 sales chart, and now, same is the case

A look back at the Auto Mall 2009, Delhi- IAB Special Report

It was a perfect day for motorheads like me at the AUTO MALL 2009 sponsored by Relio Quick which was held for a duration of three days- 9, 10 and 11th Jan.Brands like Skoda, Honda, Hyundai, Chevrolet, Nissan had put their respective cars on display

Hyundai i10 is the most popular car in Germany

Every month, Germany based Federal Motor Vehicle Office compiles the list of best-selling vehicles in the country by taking into consideration customer feedback. Seems like the small car, which is built exclusively in India, has taken the crown this time.Hyundai

Update- Hyundai to export CKDs from India

Nothing appears to be slowing down Hyundai’s pace, and at the rate at which they are growing, they might turn out to be one of the top 3 automotive brands within the next decade. As a portion of the plan to grow into one of the biggest names in

Hyundai i10 to hit American roads

Hyundai Motors India is seriously thinking of launching its i10 version in the United States, which was launched in India and 70 other countries last October. The car which is powered by a 1.2 litre Kappa Engine from Hyundai and delivers around 80 bhp

Totally Technical- Hyundai’s Kappa engine explained

Well,we know that worldwide car sales have hit an all time low and that crude prices have rocketed. This means all of the people out there are going to shift to less powerful more economical cars. But do we really need to compromise power for economy