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Hyundai Grand i10 sedan will certainly face many difficulties when the rival model is officially launched by Honda in the near future.
Honda Cars India is currently developing two new SUV models to challenge the dominance of Hyundai Creta and Maruti Brezza in the mid-size and sub-4 meter SUV segment. In fact, the Japanese automaker has already confirmed that its first SUV will launch in the summer of 2023. The new model will be able to start going on sale during this year’s festive season. . The Japanese automaker will also change the generation for its famous A-class sedan Honda Amaze in 2024 to be able to compete with the Hyundai Grand i10.
According to a new media report, the Honda Amaze 2024 could be designed on a modified version of the existing platform. The same structure will be used for Honda’s upcoming new mid-size SUV. Significant aesthetic changes are expected to be made to the all-new generation of Amaze. The Hyundai Grand i10 sedan’s rival may draw design inspiration from the new Honda City and Accord.
The interior of the Honda Amaze 2024 may also share some features with the new Accord and HR-V. The new Honda Amaze 2024 will likely come with a new interior layout and the latest smartphone-enabled standalone touchscreen infotainment system. The current generation version is equipped with features such as automatic air conditioning, cruise control, engine start/stop button, guided reverse camera, automatic door lock function according to speed sensor, tilt-adjustable steering wheel, rear armrest with cup holders, LED projector headlights, LED fog lights and 15-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels. The aforementioned features will be carried over to the new Honda Amaze 2024.
The engine setup of the all-new Honda Amaze can include a 1.2L naturally aspirated, 4-cylinder petrol engine. This engine gives the rival Hyundai Grand i10 a maximum capacity of 90 horsepower and maximum torque of 110 Nm. Transmission options will include a 5-speed manual and a CVT automatic. The existing 1.5L diesel engine will be discontinued as the upcoming RDE standards will be implemented in April 2023.
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