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Hyundai rolls out 200 cars on first day of production at Sriperumbudur plant in Chennai

Team OD  | Updated: May 11, 2020, 09:17 PM IST

Automobile manufacturers are now gearing up to resume operations across the country, after shutting their plants due to COVID-19. Hyundai Motor India, the largest exporter of automobiles from India, restarted its plant on May 8, 2020. The brand managed to roll out a total of 200 cars on the first day of production at Sriperumbudur plant in Chennai, after maintaining all the guidelines of social distancing and sanitisation across its premises. The company is adhering to all the guidelines set by the State and Central Government. The resuming of manufacturing is in line with the government's efforts of reviving the country's economy.

To ease the car buying experience, Hyundai also launched unique finance schemes, which includes a three-month low EMI scheme where customers can opt for low EMIs for the first three months and the balance amount in remaining equal EMIs for 3, 4 and 5-year loan tenures. Also, the customer can pay a lower EMI of Rs 1,234/lakh for the first year for a 7-year tenure loan, and from the second year onwards the EMI would increase by 11 per cent every year till the end of the loan tenure. Further, Hyundai is also offering a balloon scheme for customers who want to spend less in current times but are confident of paying higher amounts later.

To offer a contactless experience, Hyundai is offering its whole range of cars on its Click to Buy online platform. The company has also contributed with PPE Kits, masks, sanitisers and dry rations worth more than Rs 9 Crore to the state government of Delhi, Haryana, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra. Hyundai has donated 17,000 PPE kits to governments of Delhi, Haryana and Tamil Nadu. The company has also donated around two million masks (3-Ply & N-95) and over 1.5 lakh sanitiser kits and over 6,000 dry ration kits to impoverished sections of society. The company also provided incinerators to the hospitals in Tamil Nadu so that medical waste can be disposed off safely.


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