Hyundai Aura: Review in pics 9 Photos . Updated: 30 Jan 2020, 03:28 PM IST HT Auto Desk 1/9Hyundai has brought the all-new Aura compact sedan in the Indian market which will stand besides Xcent but will target the more premium car buyer. It boasts of a number of engine options, a solid warranty package and several segment-first features. (Sabyasachi Dasgupta/HT Auto Photo) 2/9The Hyundai Aura is offered in a 1.2 litre petrol, a 1.2-litre diesel and a 1.0 litre turbo petrol option. There is also an option of a factory-fitted CNG. All engines are BS 6 compliant. 3/9The Aura is also offered with an AMT option on the 1.2 litre petrol and diesel variants. 4/9In terms of looks, the Aura borrows from its younger sibling Grand i10 Nios, at least from the front profile. It gets a hexagonal 'cascading' grille in satin grey or black (in turbo variant), twin DRL LEDs and a bonnet that has been sculpted with two vertical lines. (Sabyasachi Dasgupta/HT Auto Photo) 5/9The Aura stands on 15-inch diamond cut alloys and gets character lines at the start and just under the C-pillar. (Sabyasachi Dasgupta/HT Auto Photo) 6/9Over at the rear, the car features Z-shaped tail lights which has a chrome strip running between the two. (Sabyasachi Dasgupta/HT Auto Photo) 7/9The cabin of the Aura gets an all-black treatment in the turbo version while the other versions feature a beige colour theme. There is a 20.25 cm touchscreen and a 13.46 cm digital speedometer with Multi Information Display. 8/9The car gets a segment first wireless charger and boasts of cruise control, Driver Rear View Monitor, driver and passenger airbags as standard, rear camera and emergency stop signal which automatically blink during sudden braking. 9/9There is 402 litres of boot space which is good enough for a weekend trip of a family of four. Space in the cabin is also relatively adequate with good under thigh support, bolstered seats and decent head room.