Hyundai continued to be India’s second-largest OEM in the month of May 2021 as 25,001 units were recorded against 6,883 units during the same period in 2020 with a Year-on-Year growth of 263 percent. The dispatches anyhow slumped 49 percent in May 2021 against April 2021. The South Korean major grabbed a 24.2 percent Market Share with an increase of 7.1 percent over April 2021.
Hyundai's Creta has now been a consistent flag bearer for the brand is now dominating the Top Slot for the OEM. It again emerged as the best-selling Hyundai for the month with dispatches of 7,527 units. Creta was also the best-selling car in the country for May 2021 with a YoY growth of 134 percent and MoM decline of 40 percent (source).
Hyundai is now India's biggest UV manufacturer and is backed by 2 strong models - Creta & Venue. The Venue was Hyundai's second best-selling car in May'21 and around 4,840 units were dispatched last month.
Grand i10 saw an increase of 430 percent YoY and ranked third on the list. It was able to outsell the elder sibling i20 by quite a margin.
The New i20 hasn't fared as per expectations and now sits fourth in the brand's portfolio.
Aura sales saw a spurt with an increase in demand for its CNG variants and now over 32 percent of the model volumes come from CNG (source). The model ranked fifth in May 2021 with dispatches of 1,637 units.
Santro has regularly been posting volume de-growth and a total of 1,122 units were shipped in May 2021 as against 2,683 units in April 2021 with 58 percent degrowth.
Verna still fights to make a strong presence in the Executive Sedan segment and emerged to be the bestseller in May 2021! Verna finished in the seventh position for the OEM with 1,181 units dispatched in May'21 as against 317 units in May'20 with a 273 percent increase in volumes.
Hyundai started the dispatches of the upcoming Alcazar and 1,360 units were shipped in May 2021. Hyundai has pinned a lot of hopes on this model and shall try all means possible to become the bestseller. It has already overtaken the dispatch volumes of Hector, Compass, and XUV500 even before its launch! (source)