Hyundai unveils the Aura, the next-gen sedan to compete with the Honda Amaze, Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Volkswagen Ameo, and Ford Aspire.
Based on the Grand i10 Nios design, the Hyundai Aura comes with three BS6 engine options.
The launch of the Hyundai Aura could happen sometime early in 2020.
The Hyundai Aura could come with a price tag in the range of Rs 5.8 to 8.50 lakhs.
The day that car lovers had been waiting for has arrived. Hyundai has unveiled the sensuously sporting Hyundai Aura as an ideal competitor to the Swift Dzire, Honda Amaze, Volkswagen Ameo, and the Ford Aspire.
The all-new sedan draws much of its inspiration from the Grand i10 Nios design. The company has unveiled the exteriors of the car, and they reveal a sensuous design throughout.
The Hyundai Aura comes with a BS6 engine line-up comprising of three engine options. Apart from the powerful BS6 engine, the sedan comes with impressive first-in-the-segment features.
The Hyundai Aura engine options are as follows.
1.2L Kappa T-GDI petrol engine that delivers 81hp power and 113Nm torque
1.2L ECOTORQ Diesel motor that produces a power of 74hp and 190Nm torque
These engine options mate with either a 5-speed AMY auto transmission or a 5-speed manual gearbox. Besides, the Hyundai Aura offers an additional option that is available with a 5-speed manual transmission unit alone.
1.0L turbo-petrol engine that provides a power of 99hp and torque of 171Nm
The 1.2L petrol engine will also come with a CNG variant.
The Hyundai Aura interiors are inspired by the Grand i10 Nios. The 8-inch touchscreen info system is the highlight of this sedan.
This system supports both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto while connecting with Arkamys Premium Sound System.
Besides, the driver gets a 5.3-inch speedometer and MID. The wireless charging facility in the Hyundai Aura is an innovative one. The cabin gets a contrasting bronze colour tone to gel with the exteriors.
Hyundai has placed great emphasis on enhancing the comfort of the passengers by making the vehicle more spacious than ever.
Hyundai Aura exteriors are similar to the Grand i10 Nios in many ways. Some of the exciting features are twin LED DRLs, a set of projector headlights along with fog lamps. The cascading front grille is an excellent feature in its own right.
The rear side of the Aura reveals more exciting features in the form of a blacked-out C-pillar and the new tail lamps. The Z-shaped LED set up adds to the attraction. The Hyundai Aura comes equipped with 15-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels.
The sedan comes with a spacious boot having a capacity of 402 litres, much more than what its immediate rivals offer. On the competition front, the Hyundai Aura stands on an even keel with the Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Ford Aspire, Volkswagen Ameo, and the Honda Amaze.
The Hyundai Aura could be available in the price range of Rs 5.8 to 8.5 lakhs when it is launched in early 2020.