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Hyundai has launced a special edition of its entry sedan, the Xcent, to celebrate its two decades in India. The Special Edition Xcent is a features upgrade on the mid-spec ‘S’ variant of the car, and offers along with the standard features the following:

A bootlid spoiler, a chrome strip on the boot, a sticker job on the sides that extend the tail lamps, and at the front, there is chrome on the grille. Inside is where the major action is, though: the upholstery is a red-and-black combination, and the audio system is a 6.2-inch touchscreen unit. ABS and a driver airbag are standard across the Xcent range.

The Special Edition Xcent will set you back by Rs 6.3 lakh for the petrol, and Rs 7.2 lakh for the diesel (ex-showroom, Delhi).