According to several reports, Hyundai is now gearing up to finally launch their very first locally-assembled variant.
As per these reports and earlier news, the first local assembled vehicle from Hyundai is their very popular and famous H-100 Porter commonly known as the Shezor.
Furthermore, the reports hint that Hyundai is planning on holding a special launch ceremony on 2nd December in Lahore.
Moreover, the Hyundai H-100 Porter is said to be a 2.6L Euro II diesel engine coupled with a 5-speed manual transmission vehicle.
Due to the devaluation of the rupee, the localization can help the market be more sustainable and in this regards the COO had said: Higher indigenization in vehicles can stabilize on which we are focusing more.
It is reportedly has a towing weight capacity of 1.0 ton. That’s not all, the porter will also be the first to be a locally produced pickup that will offer a four-year or 100,000 km warranty. The pickup will be produced by the brand’s plant in Faislabad.
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