The Hyundai Xcent, which is based on the Grand i10, is a replacement of the Accent sedan which was discontinued last year.
The Xcent will be available in three trims %u2014 Base, S and SX.
Bookings for the Hyundai Xcent have already started with deliveries expected to start soon.
Hyundai has given the Xcent the same engines as the Grand i10 %u2014 the newly developed second generation 1.1-litre U2 CRDi diesel and the 1.2-litre Kappa dual VTVT petrol.
Inside, the Xcent shares its features list with the Grand i10 save for the inclusion of climate control system and rear AC vents.
The music system has Bluetooth, USB and Aux-in compatibility. It also has a 1GB on-board storage capacity.
The top end Xcent gets a segment first reverse parking camera and a smart key with push button start.
The Xcent gets dual tone beige and black interiors which are a first in the segment, while the cooled glovebox is a nice touch.
Hyundai has launched the Xcent compact sedan in India, its Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire and Honda Amaze challenger, at a starting price of Rs 4.66 lakh ex-Delhi.