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Hyundai Grandeur sedan unveiled: complete specifications inside

Hyundai has unveiled the Grandeur sedan, also known as the Azera in markets outside of South Korea. The styling of the new generation sedan differs significantly from that of the previous generation car. Hyundai has yet to reveal the Grandeur sedan’s technical specifications, which will sit above the Sonata in the automaker’s global lineup.

Design of the New Hyundai Grandeur

The Grandeur’s front fascia resembles that of the Staria MPV, which was revealed in 2021. The main headlight clusters are flanked by a full-width LED DRL light bar and an almost full-length horizontal grille. The sedan has a clean profile, with flush door handles and minimal cuts and creases. It also receives a distinctive quarter glass, similar to the original Grandeur from 1986. The uncluttered theme continues at the rear, where the sedan, like the front, gets a full length light bar.

Interior of the New Hyundai Grandeur

The interior of this Hyundai sedan, like the exterior, is a significant departure from the model it replaces. It has a dual-screen dashboard and a display on the centre console to control climate settings. It also comes with a three-spoke steering wheel inspired by the original model. It has ‘ecp-process’ Nappa leather, as well as anti-bacterial leather on certain touch points, according to Hyundai.

Technical Specifications for the New Hyundai Grandeur

Hyundai has yet to reveal technical information about the Grandeur. The previous model offered both gasoline and diesel engine options, and the new Grandeur is expected to offer a variety of powertrain options, including a plug-in hybrid. More information about the car’s powertrain will be released in the coming weeks, ahead of a possible global debut in early 2023. Hyundai is unlikely to bring the Grandeur to the Indian market.

The Grand i10 Nios and i20 hatchbacks, the Venue, Creta, Alcazar, and Tucson SUVs, and the Aura and Verna sedans are all available in India. Hyundai plans to launch its flagship crossover, the Ioniq 5, in India early next year and has already begun testing the model.




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