Hyundai India has unveiled the much-awaited small car ‘Eon’. It has nothing to do with the Hyundai Santro and i10. This car has been in talks from last year and it was codenamed as HA H800. Hyundai Eon will also be launched in other countries across the Globe. As expected, Hyundai India has priced Eon very competitively at Rs. 2,69,000 only for the base model (D-Lite) and Rs. 3,71,000 only for the top-of-the-line model (Sportz). These prices are ex-showroom New Delhi. Hyundai India has been able to price Eon so competitively because it has been developed in-house, will be manufactured only in India and will be exported to other countries like India is the manufacturing hub for i10, Santro and i20. The all-new Hyundai small car has been positioned below Santro and will compete with the likes of base model of Chevrolet Spark and top model of Maruti Alto. Eon sports 814cc 3 cylinder petrol engine which generates maximum power of around 55 Bhp and maximum torque of 76.5 Nm. The fully loaded variant of Eon (Sportz) features power steering, front power windows, air conditioner, driver side airbag, body coloured bumpers, music system with 4 speakers, USB port, aux-in and remote levers for fuel lid plus tail gate.