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Posted at: Jan 26, 2016, 12:45 AM; last updated: Jan 26, 2016, 12:37 AM (IST)

Hyundai to unveil Tucson SUV at Auto Expo

Hyundai to unveil Tucson SUV at Auto Expo
New Delhi, January 25

Hyundai Motor India will unveil its sports utility vehicle (SUV) ‘Tucson’ at the upcoming Delhi Auto Expo.

It will unveil its global SUV, Hyundai Tucson, and showcase global products signifying a leap in the global SUV line-up, the company said.

It will showcase a total of 17 products, including luxury sedan ‘Genesis’ during the Expo which is to be held from February 5-9 at Greater Noida.

HMIL will also showcase its high performance sub-brand N, which is a result of intensive testing and product development, at the biennial event.

Honda Motorcycle to showcase 10 models

Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India will showcase 10 models, including four concepts, during the upcoming Delhi Auto Expo.

It will unveil a new two-wheeler model, which the company terms as NAVI and a superbike during the Auto Expo, HMSI said. It also plans to showcase four refreshed models.

Besides, the company plans to display four concept models including ‘EOWING’ — a completely new sports hybrid 3-wheeler.

Renault to launch new editions of Duster, Kwid

French carmaker Renault plans to unveil new editions of its popular SUV Duster and entry-level car Kwid at the Auto Expo.

The company also plans to display Eolab, its plug-in hybrid, besides a special edition of its MPV Lodgy at the biennial event. Renault will display AMT and sports variants of the updated Duster, two new concepts of Kwid — Climber and Racer — and the limited edition Lodgy, it said. — PTI

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