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Monday, 19 July 2021

Tata Nano will also be shorter in length, may launch in India by September, know the special things related to the car

 Tata Nano will also be shorter in length, may launch in India by September, know the special things related to the car

Tata Nano will also be shorter in length, may launch in India by September, know the special things related to the car


    Hyundai has named the SUV Casper in Korea

    The sub-four-meter venue will be smaller than a compact SUV


Hyundai car maker company is about to launch a new SUV in the market. This car will be the smallest SUV of Hyundai brand. It will be named Micro SUV. The new SUV will first launch for sale in Korea and then in the Indian market. In terms of length, the Tata Nano will be smaller than 3099 mm.


Hyundai has named the SUV Casper in Korea. However, according to some reports, it will be called the AX1 micro-SUV in the Korean market.


The SUV will be named Casper

Hyundai gives its car a unique name in the market. Like Creta ix25 in some countries Varna is also called Solaris or Accent. Hence the name of the micro-SUV in Korea will be Casper.


The sub-four-meter venue will be smaller than a compact SUV

According to the report, the car may be launched in the global market by September. Only then will it be launched in other markets and in India. The Casper will be Hyundai's smallest SUV, meaning the sub-four-meter venue will be smaller than a compact SUV.


The sub-four-meter Venue compact SUV in India comes with cars like Tata Nexon (Rs 7.19 to 13.23 lakh), Maruti Vitara Brezza (Rs 7.51 to 11.41 lakh) and Hyundai Venue (Rs 6.92 - 11.78 lakh).


The shape of the car

The Hyundai Casper is about 142 inches (3,595mm) long, about 63 inches (1,595mm) wide and 62 inches (1,575mm) high. From this size it can be said that Hyundai's smallest SUV will be a bit smaller and more compact, but it will be longer than the Centro hatchback, it is 3,610mm long, 1,645mm wide and 1,560mm high.

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Specification

The Casper will be powered by a 1.2-liter, four-cylinder aspirated engine, which was in the Grand i10 Nios (generating 83 hp and 114 Nm of torque). The Korean manufacturer may introduce the Centro's 1.1-liter, three-cylinder petrol engine in the following variants of the micro-SUV to keep costs down.


Hyundai Casper can compete with high-riding hatchbacks like Tata HBX Micro-SUV, Maruti Suzuki Ignis and Mahindra KUV 100.

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