Hyundai Launches Digital Showroom and 2 New Vehicles in Pakistan

Hyundai Launches Digital Showroom and 2 New Vehicles in Pakistan 1

Hyundai Nishat Motors (Private) Limited, has opened Pakistan’s first digital showroom in Lahore that will change the way new vehicles are bought in our country. The facility will provide a unique experience to buyers who can visit the showroom at Emporium Mall, Lahore and get their hands on an interactive 3D digital display.

In addition from virtually experiencing cars, buyers will be able to get real-time vehicle information such as the engine, features & specifications as well as to see the price and available colors and compare the features of different Hyundai vehicles.

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The launch ceremony was attended by Mr Mian Mohammad Mansha of the Nishat Group, Millat Group Chairperson Sikander Mustafa Khan and dignitaries from the Hyundai Motor Company including Chief Operating Officer of Hyundai Mr Tatsuya Sato and Sales Manager of Hyundai Motor Company Mr Roy Lee.

In addition to the inauguration of the digital showroom, two vehicles were launched simultaneously. The Hyundai Santa Fe SUV and Grand Starex 12-seater luxury MPV. Both vehicles come equipped with a 2.4 liter engine that produces 175 hp and 225 Nm of torque. According to company, it is currently not introducing mass-market models due to lower profit margins.

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The Santa Fe SUV has been priced between PKR 1 Crore 60 lac to PKR 1 Crore 85 lac. The Grand Starex MPV that is offered in three different variants; has been priced at PKR 39.99 lac for the base GL grade, whereas GLS has been priced at PKR 49.99 lac and the top-spec GLX is priced at PKR 51.99 lac. The vehicles are offered with 4 year/ 100,000 km warranty.

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More details on the vehicles to be shared soon, stay tuned to CarSpiritPK.

 

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Sunny Khan
Sunny Khan
1 year ago

whell.. what can i say. its a TABDEELI everyone was waiting for ๐Ÿ™

Junaid Akhlaq
Junaid Akhlaq
1 year ago

BLO0DY HELL… who in this world going to pay 5 times more for this thing? have they checked prices in other countires? stupid pricing

Munawwar Adeel Mirza
Munawwar Adeel Mirza
1 year ago

Out of the mind insane pricing…๐Ÿ‘Ž

Rahail Salamat
Rahail Salamat
1 year ago

I don’t understand. If you convert the price of Santa fe in India to Pakistani rupees, it’s around 70 lakhs. Why are they charging so much in Pakistan?

Mir Ali
Mir Ali
Reply to  Rahail Salamat
1 year ago

thats what i dont understand. newcomers were supposed to bring competition. but they are even bigger looters than Big 3 ๐Ÿ™

Kashif
Kashif
Reply to  Rahail Salamat
1 year ago

They are out of mind. It will be a flop relaunch if they had to sell it at 16 million

Abdullah
Abdullah
1 year ago

loot program. no sane person can buy Santa Fe at this price

Babar Rehmani
Babar Rehmani
1 year ago

likhwa lo mujh say it will be a total FLOP

Akram Ali Brahvi
Akram Ali Brahvi
1 year ago

Lol only shareef family can buy this ๐Ÿ˜€

Khurram
Khurram
1 year ago

16 million? Certainly, not for fit buy for a middle class however, I am not surprised, apart from rupee dollar parity, there are other uncontrollable factors like electricity cost, infrastructure development cost and risk of investing in the Pakistan. Nevertheless, for a brand that is known as a failure in family vehicle segment in the Pakistan, who is going to buy this odd looking vehicle? Against the likes of a Toyota Fortuner available at half the price or even a better vehicle Toyota Land Cruiser in this much budget, those vehicles have not only a proven track-record of durability and… Read more »

Furkan Qidwayi
Furkan Qidwayi
1 year ago

Selling Hyundai in price of Genesis… get lost!