Hyundai Nishat Motor (Private) Limited (HNMPL), one of Pakistan’s fastest-growing automotive brands, has unveiled the Hyundai Santa Fe Hybrid, a locally assembled D-SUV hybrid vehicle. The Hyundai Santa Fe will be offered nationwide in two variants: Smart (FWD) priced at PKR 12,990,000 and Signature (AWD) priced at PKR 14,699,000.
In recent weeks, the Pakistani automotive industry has been buzzing with anticipation of a high-tech product launch by HNMPL. The wait is now over as the company introduces the much-awaited Hyundai Santa Fe hybrid, set to redefine the automotive landscape in Pakistan and elevate HNMPL’s position in the country’s auto sector.
Despite economic challenges, HNMPL remains committed to introducing innovative vehicles to the Pakistani market. The Hyundai Santa Fe Hybrid is a significant addition, representing a leap forward in the SUV segment with its promise of unparalleled performance, style, and hybrid technology.
Hasan Mansha, CEO of Hyundai Nishat Motor (Private) Limited, expressed his excitement about the launch, emphasizing the company’s commitment to providing high-quality vehicles to Pakistani customers. The Hyundai Santa Fe Hybrid distinguishes itself in the Pakistani market with its hybrid technology, offering fuel efficiency, performance, and reduced emissions.
As Pakistan’s first AWD 7-seater Hybrid D SUV, it caters to larger families and eco-conscious drivers. This luxury SUV boasts ample space, a lavish interior, premium driving experience, and advanced safety features. The SANTA FE is a groundbreaking hybrid SUV that combines luxury, power, and safety to redefine the driving experience in Pakistan.
With the introduction of the SANTA FE hybrid, HNMPL aims to capture the Pakistani SUV market, setting new standards for innovation and luxury while reaffirming its commitment to the local market and providing Pakistani consumers access to world-class vehicles that reflect Hyundai’s legacy of quality and innovation.
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