2018 Hyundai Xcent Facelift will highlight will be the new 1.2 diesel engine that will make more power and the interior will have new features as well. Hyundai in India ensures that the brand continues to offer its customers updated products on the market with new products refreshed and all new products at the same time. The bottom end of the market is critical for the manufacturer and after giving good products such as the Xcent and the Grand i10, it is now time to update them to ensure they remain valid in a highly heated segment where the competition is intense. We have all the details and figures you need to know that the car has just been launched.
The new Xcent will present a more youthful stance accentuated with the new grille characterized by its curved curved line. Hyundai calls it a cascading grille and is part of the new Hyundai model identity. The Xcent also sports a reworked front bumper and a set of new round, funky LED daytime running lights placed on the upper edges of the grille. It will feature a reworked front bumper while the side profile will remain unchanged, with the exception of the new alloy wheel design. Hyundai designers will primarily rework the section after pillar C. The redesigned rear will help the car to appear larger. The rear will receive a bold design and elegant taillights in line with the new Verna launched in China. The bumper, the rear fender and the trunk lid will be brand new in the new design.
Hyundai will give to pinch and tuck to make the interior cool.We see a new 7-inch touch screen, Apple Car Play and Android Auto as well as 1GB of free data storage. Steering wheel controls, automatic temperature control and other features will make the car. Expect the same high quality booth that will refresh the dashboard to make things better. The space inside will remain the same more likely and will also be the boot space. It is said that the car gets fewer features and loses many features on the basic trimmings. Most of the time, this is done to supply the fleet market. Radio with DRM compatibility, smart phone holder with charging port and rear power outlet, battery saver and gearshift indicator for better energy efficiency.
The current 2018 Hyundai Xcent is powered by a 1.1-liter diesel engine and 1.2-liter gasoline.