Hyundai's micro SUV Casper launched, know its features and features
SUV cars are very much liked by customers all over the world. Now vehicle manufacturers have created a new segment in it which is being called a micro SUV. These are essentially hatchbacks but are offered with an SUV-like design and high ground clearance. Globally, a wide range of companies have launched micro-SUVs and the new addition to the list is Hyundai; The South Korean carmaker has officially revealed the Casper Micro SUV and has started accepting bookings for the same in South Korea. The company revealed the exteriors of the Casper earlier this month but has now shared details about the interiors and features of the Casper.
The Hyundai Casper comes with an all-new interior layout that further accentuates the beautiful exterior design. The small SUV comes with features like an 8-inch infotainment system with natural language recognition, and a digital instrument cluster with 4.2-inch LCD, automatic AC, steering mounted controls, and more. The Micro SUV also gets 7 airbags with a standard and hi-tech driver support system, front-end collision avoidance, blind-spot detection, rear cross-traffic collision prevention assist, safe exit warning, adaptive cruise control, and more. gets to see. Interestingly, the Casper has foldable front seats.
The Hyundai Casper, as standard, is available with a 1.0-liter MPI naturally aspirated engine mated to a 4-speed automatic gearbox. However, the company is also offering this micro SUV with the option of a 1.0-liter turbo petrol engine. As discussed earlier, the overall silhouette of the Casper is reminiscent of cars of the late 1980s and early 1900s. It gets a sleek gloss black grille with LED DRLs and indicators. Large mesh-type air in-tech on the bonnet is fixed between the O headlamp units to give the Casper a modern appeal, while the Micro SUV is highlighted by flared wheel arches, side cladding, roof rails, and faux skid plates. on any bumper. Retro elements like the raked rear windscreen, round reflectors, and round taillights give the Casper a quirky appeal.
In the initial media reports, it was being said that Hyundai could launch the Casper in India as well. But considering its price, such possibilities are less visible at the moment. The Korea-spec Casper starts at ₹13,850,000 (equivalent to ₹8.64 lakh), making the Casper costlier than the India-spec Hyundai Venue. So, it's unlikely that Casper will sell enough here. However, the South Korean company has remained silent about the prospects of its Casper launch in India.