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Hyundai sold 63,851 cars in July 2022

Written by Nayak

Hyundai Motor India Ltd has released its sales report for July 2022. For the domestic market, the company sold a total of 50,500 units. Meanwhile, in terms of export, HMIL managed to sell a total of 13,351 units. Thus the company posted a cumulative sales of 63,851 units for the month of July 2022. Hyundai mentioned the improvement in the semiconductor situation and how the passenger vehicle segment is showing positive trends.

Businesses Opening Up After Covid-19

With the opening up of businesses in the post-Covid world, more customers are flocking into the showrooms. With the increase in demand for personal mobility, demand for passenger cars is increasing day by day. Hyundai is one of the important carmakers in the country and is doing it all to leverage this demand. Hyundai has been very active in updating its existing products at short intervals. This is evident from all the current titles on sales.

More New Launches For Hyundai On The Way

The most recent one is the Venue facelift, which gets some big fat changes, both in the interiors as well as the exteriors. Then we saw Hyundai bring in the new Tucson that will aim to keep up the strong momentum ahead of the festive season. The SUV has already received an overwhelming customer response.

With the launch delayed, we do not have the prices just yet. But as it looks, the Tucson looks very promising. The contemporary exterior outlook with radical design elements will definitely grab the attention of the new-age customers. To further excite things, Hyundai has also added a long features list. Although this is not surprising at all, Hyundai has been synonymous with a long features list for a long time. Although, the key highlight for Tucson is its Level – 2 ADAS kit. In fact, Hyundai has said that they have specifically built this tech as per Indian road conditions. Thus, it will ensure a great deal of precision and accuracy from the system.

Also Read: 2022 Hyundai Tucson launch postponed in India.