The left hand drive (LHD) version of Venue is under development and is planned to be exported to the Gulf, Africa and Latin America, Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) said in a statement.
The Korean automobile manufacturer also recently revealed that the Aura will borrow its 1.2-litre petrol engine from the Grand i10 Nios.
Aura would come with both manual as well as automatic transmissions, Hyundai said.
The compact sedan is expected to get a bigger cascading grille, redesigned projector headlamps, and LED taillights.
'The results highlight significant differences in adult occupant protection in cars that meet the latest Indian government vehicle technical regulations,' Global NCAP said.
While some have opted out of a diesel engine, there are some who have decided to bid goodbye to their petrol powertrains.
The new Creta is expected to have a more rounded profile than its predecessor, along with a flatter bonnet and a new nose.
The Santro anniversary edition is offered in Polar White and Aqua Teal colour options.
Spy shots also reveal that the car was wider and taller than its predecessor, indicating that it has undergone a complete overhaul.
Mahindra with the e-Verito and Tata Motors with the e-Tigor are the only two other fully electric cars available on sale in India.
The car carries forward its design language, albeit with modern changes.
The new Xcent is expected to borrow elements from the Grand i10 Nios.
Hyundai's plan also received a boost from the South Korean government, which said on October 15 that it plans to spend 1.7 trillion won from 2021-27 to boost autonomous vehicle technology.
Test mules of the upcoming sedan were already spotted under testing, which indicates a launch is coming up soon.
The next-gen Tucson was recently spotted under testing. Its spy shots reveal that it gets a large cascading grille in the front, as well as a split-headlamp setup.
If CCI blocks Hyundai-Kia’s investment in Ola, M&M’s acquisition of 55 percent stake in Meru may hit the walls of the antitrust watchdog.
Interiors are expected to be amped up too with a new 10.4-inch touchscreen infotainment system.
Maruti Suzuki is the first Indian manufacturer whose entire lineup consists of BSVI-compliant cars.
The Korean carmaker sold 9,403 units of the i10 in August, which was an increase of 4322 units over its July sales.
The Korean automobile manufacturer has done a major overhaul on the car’s exteriors.
The compact sports utility vehicle, has seen cumulative bookings of 300 units since its launch in July this year. New buyers in India will get delivery only in 2020.
Earlier this year, Hyundai and Kia invested $300 million in ANI Technologies, Ola's parent company.
With the declining sales figures of the auto industry, people have started to prefer leasing out cars instead of buying them outright.
Climate groups like Greenpeace have been stepping up their action around the world against car makers developing big, heavy cars and vehicles with internal combustion engines.
The country's largest car-maker Maruti Suzuki India saw its market share dip by over 2 percentage points during the period under review and slip below 50 percent in the domestic passenger vehicle segment in April-August.