Automotive company Hyundai Motor India has said that its begun the roll-out of its first connected car.
Hyundai Motor India’s (HMIL) connected car will be called ‘Venue’ and is to be launched on the 21st of May.
According to Business Line, the new vehicle is to be manufactured at Hyundai’s mega plant situated at Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu. The plant is equipped with over 590 generation 4 robots, quality and testing capabilities along with the flexible engine, the company said.
S. S. Kim, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer at HMIL said, ‘On this day 23 years ago, Hyundai entered India with a promise to make cars that will set new benchmarks in the industry. And today we are set to create history again with the global first – roll-out of Venue, which will usher in the future of connected mobility in India.’
The company last week opened bookings of the Venue, and announced that it had received bookings for over 2,000 units on the first day, reports Business Line.
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