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New Hyundai Santro spied testing

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Hyundai has been testing its all-new small car (codenamed 'AH2') all across India and has now entered the final phase of testing as it looks to launch the car in the second half of 2018. Described as "contemporary and family-oriented", this new hatchback could possibly spell the revival of the 'Santro' nameplate.

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To be very frank, I don't like the design of new Santro.

That front and kink in window line gives it more of a Chevrolet Spark look.

I had a 2003 Santro Xing and till date that design doesn't look outdated.

But as always, Hyundai will load it with features and it shall see strong sales.

I think they will pull the plug on Eon.

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Hyundai has finally launched the new Santro in India! Here's the full price break-up:DqLWeiTVAAA2pfo.jpg

Shah Rukh Khan was also present at the launch event, and he had some pretty interesting things to say about his 20-year association with the Santro. Check out what he had to say:

Here's some more images from the launch event!

For more information on the new Santro, you can head here:









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Came across these two renderings showing what a cross variant of the Santor could look like. We've already seen other manufacturers bring out cross-hatch variants of their popular cars - Tiago NRG, CelerioX. Would be interesting to see Hyundai do something similar... what do you think?




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