Hyundai Pilot, the world’s second-largest carmaker, has unveiled a new entry-level crossover on May 5, 2021.
The company will introduce a new model with a hatchback-like layout with a seating capacity of up to six passengers, a 3.0-liter turbocharged petrol engine with a maximum output of 270 horsepower and a total of 2,750 pounds of torque.
The car will be available with three-wheel drive, and the price tag for the new Hyundai Pilot model will be ¥2.7 billion ($290,000), according to the company’s website.
The entry-line Hyundai Pilot will be launched in Israel at the beginning of 2021.
According to a Hyundai spokesperson, the company will also introduce its new hybrid and electric vehicles, which are expected to be available in 2021.
Honda Pilot is the third-largest automobile manufacturer in the world with sales of about $8.6 billion.
The automaker’s new hybrid-electric model, which is expected to have a range of 200 miles on a single charge, is expected for introduction in 2021, according to a statement.
The new model will also be the first crossover model in the automakers entire portfolio of compact cars and SUVs.
Hondas new entry level crossover is also expected to feature a six-speed manual transmission.