Hyundai Casper Micro SUV officially presented

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Earlier this month, Hyundai, which debuted in Korea, officially released the first photos of the upcoming Casper Micro SUV and revealed production specifications. Hyundai Casper will be the smallest SUV in our global portfolio. It will first go on sale in Korea and will arrive in India in early 2022.

The told Casper SUV is said to be gaining acceptance in other Indian markets. Also based on the K1 platform, which supports Santoro’s 1.0-liter suction and turbocharged petrol engine, India’s next Tata Punch will have a different name on the market.

Hyundai Casper

Appearance – The main term for the design of the Hyundai Casper New design in front view and headlight look’s new feel and look. Casper has a strong box silhouette with many unique design details. Like most modern SUVs, the front is equipped with separate LED headlights, LED daytime running lights with glossy black bezels, and the brand logo. On the other hand, the stand houses a round headlight with an LED ring.

The uniqueness of the face is the motif of the silver checkered triangle. There are actually two versions of the radiator grille, the other in high-gloss black with a round design that mimics the headlights. It also has a silver disc plate and a flat hubcap. The corporate identity of the SUV also has a generally wide body. In profile, you see a very wide, square Casper wheel arch. The line of windows that distinguishes the shape of the front and rear windows is very unique.

The A-pillars are painted dark and the B-pillars are body-colored. On the other hand, the rear handle integrates easily into the rear rack. Casper also has roof rails and beautiful two-tone wheels. The tailgate is available in two colors and the top has a high-gloss black LED pattern and a triangle motif. The round taillights are located on the lower bumper according to the position of the headlights. The rear bumper also has a silver washer.

Expected Automatic and Transmission Options

As previously reported, the Casper is powered by a 1.0-liter natural engine and a 1.0-liter turbocharged petrol engine in Korea. The naturally aspirated engine produces 76 horsepower, while the 1.0-liter turbocharged TGDI petrol engine delivers 100 horsepower. This is the same block as stadiums in India.

Both engines are connected to a four-speed automatic transmission. However, it is still unclear what engine options Hyundai will offer in Kasper, India. A turbocharged 1.0-liter petrol engine can be ordered for more expensive models, but Hyundai may offer a 1.2-liter 4-cylinder Nios or a 1.1-liter Santro 4-cylinder to keep costs down.

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