Hyundai Motor launches 'Fluidic' Verna
Speaking about the new Verna, Saxena said: "We are hoping to regain our market share this year with the help of the new Verna. We are expecting to sell 45,000 units of this car in a year's time."
Globally, the company has invested about Rs 950 crore for developing the new variant -- the Fluidic Verna, he added.
The Verna, which was first launched in India in 2006, will now come in 1.4 litre and 1.6 litre engine variants with both petrol and diesel options. It will be available in manual as well as automatic transmissions.