Last month, we reported that modernThe upcoming micro SUV (code-named AX1) will be launched in Casper. Now, before the model goes into production in September, we have some new details about the micro SUV engine. Casper will be listed first in South Korea, followed by other emerging markets such as India.
- 1.0 liter naturally aspirated and turbo gasoline engine
- 4-speed automatic transmission
- Will compete with Tata HBX to be launched in India
Hyundai Casper: engine and gearbox
A leaked document shows that Hyundai Casper will choose 1.0-liter naturally aspirated and 1.0-liter turbo gasoline engines in South Korea.The naturally aspirated device will produce 76hp and will be used in conjunction with a standard 4-speed automatic transmission, while the 1.0-liter TGDI turbo gasoline engine will produce 100hp and the same unit as the one provided site in India. This will also be used in conjunction with a 4-speed automatic transmission.
In other words, it remains to be seen which engine options Hyundai will provide for Casper in India.Although the 1.0-liter turbo gasoline unit can be reserved for higher versions, in order to reduce costs, Hyundai may provide Nyos‘The 1.2-liter four-cylinder engine even Santaro1.1-liter three-cylinder engine. Casper will see competition from India Upcoming Tata HBX The mini SUV will be equipped with a 1.2-liter gasoline engine. As far as gearbox options are concerned, manual gearbox options will definitely become part of Casper’s India product line.
Hyundai Casper: What else is known?
The Casper will be Hyundai’s smallest SUV in its global product portfolio, which means it is even smaller than the Venue, which is less than 4 meters. It is based on the K1 compact car platform, which also supports Grand i10 Nios and Santro in our market.
Casper already Spy testing abroad Countless times, although it was wrapped in disguise. Despite this, the spy photos still reveal some unique design elements, such as the split setting of the round LED headlights with DRL, the triangular pattern on the LED taillights, and even the strange looking overall upright and square. Outline. Spy photos also show that Casper will be equipped with a white interior.
Hyundai Casper: Launched in India and expected competitors
Hyundai Motor is expected to launch Casper in South Korea next month, and then it will enter mass production. Casper will be listed in South Korea first, and India is expected to become one of its next listed markets.In India, Casper is directly related to the upcoming Tata HBX And will also compete with premium hatchbacks like this Maruti Suzuki Ignatius.
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