South Korean automaker Hyundai is going to introduce its first ‘Digital Showroom’ in Pakistan which will also be the first-of-its-kind in the country, according to a media report.
The showroom will be opened at Emporium Mall in Lahore to offer car enthusiasts a matchless experience through realistic 3D screens and huge floor-to-ceiling video walls.
Prospective customers will be able to go through an easy to use dashboard which will enable them to see a 3D model of the Hyundai cars. The dashboard will also display real-time information such as the functions, features, specifications and much more of Hyundai cars.
Through the touch panel, customers would be able to see the price and colors and stock availability in each model and analyze the features in different models of Hyundai vehicles. The digital car showroom will also serve an opportunity to arrange a test drive of your desired vehicle.
Although no official date has been given by Hyundai, it is expected to be launched very soon. Hyundai already has its digital car showrooms in England, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, and Russia. The automaker is expanding its network of digital showrooms across the world.Hyundai, in partnership with the Nishat group in Pakistan, is all set to introduce its vehicles in Pakistan at the end of 2019. The assembly plant is under construction in Faisalabad which will be completed in the next few months after which the company would start to produce 7,000 vehicles in the initial phase.