Hyundai Motor India Ltd, the second largest passenger car manufacturer and the largest exporter has won the prestigious NDTV Car of the Year 2014 award for Hyundai Grand. Hyundai has also won 2 other category awards: Car manufacturer of the Year, entry hatchback of the Year for Grand. The NDTV Car and Bike Awards 2014 truly exemplify the experts’ and customers’ admiration and trust in the product.
Since its launch the Grand has received an overwhelming response entering the charts of top 5 selling car brands in India. Hyundai Grand with its premium features and stylish design has made its mark amongst the first time buyers, up-graders and additional car buyers. Over 44,885 units have already been delivered to happy customers across India. Grand provides an optimal combination of design, performance, fuel efficiency and value exceeding customer expectations.
Expressing delight on the awards, B S Seo, Managing Director & CEO, Hyundai Motor India Ltd, said –
“We are humbled and honored to win the prestigious automotive awards – NDTV Car and Bike Awards 2014: Car Manufacturer of the Year, Car of the Year and Entry Hatchback of the Year for Grand. With the recent 5 millionth car roll-out HMIL has strengthened its commitment to the Indian market offering Modern-Premium world class products. We would like to thank our customers, media, business partners and employees who have supported and shown trust in Hyundai brand in this competitive market scenario. We affirm our commitment to the industry and will continue to invest in offering high quality products to the customers.”
The Grand showcases a Modern, Sporty, Trendy and Progressive styling. Grand has been designed at Hyundai European design centre in Germany using design cues of Hyundai’s globally acclaimed ‘Fluidic Design’ theme. The Grand has been developed for the Indian market to cater to the needs of the evolved Compact High Entry buyers who values, style, space, economy and technological features. Hyundai Motor India Ltd. and Hyundai Motor Company Namyang R&D Engineers have worked closely from the conceptual stage to the final product development.