Empty spaces are often synonymous with desolation, despair, and loneliness. With these dark times and the uncertainty of our future, the expectation of finding relief and happiness is getting bleaker by the day. With the lockdown in full effect, the once-bustling streets have fallen silent. The vehicles that once adorned the roads have found an almost permanent spot in the garage or parking spots.
When stuck in a dark spot, it is often common to be overwhelmed by despair and lose hope quickly. Often empty roads feel endless, with each kilometre only adding to the exhaustion. With the pandemic creating uncertainty in every nook and crevice of the city, we can say that we need a saviour.
“Not all heroes wear capes,” is something everyone has heard at least once in their lives. Be it a superhuman who can crush cars like tin cans or your average joe; everyone has the potential to be a hero. All it takes is the wish to help humanity and the will to do whatever it takes. In these difficult times, however, even the slight – est hope of rescue and betterment seems extinguished.
But does that mean that life has come to an irreversible standstill and that the future is doomed to chaos? Definitely not. As there is a silver lining behind every dark cloud, there is also hope for humanity. Hope in the form of the Hyundai cars and we have always been peculiar about being as connected to our audience as possible. Be it the comforts of our car’s interiors or the belongingness one feels while looking at the beautiful exteriors.
As a famous saying goes, “Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times, only if one remembers to turn on the light.” Despite the harsh conditions and rugged ambience that we are facing, Hyundai has always posed a rockhard companion always for you to fall back on. Our cars often provide respite and can be with you for whatever your need and however long you need it.
Hyundai Creta was launched in 2015, it has become a household name with over 5.8 lakh units sold in the domestic market. Additionally, Hyundai have also continued to bolster the ‘Make in India’ initiative by exporting over 2.16 lakh units of Creta from India.
With the Hyundai Creta, there is a sense of safety. Owning one is like having a storm-proof boat while seeing one is like seeing a bright light in the darkness. Hyundai cars offer comfort beyond measure, and the Creta is a stark testimony to that ideology. Not just the Creta, but the Hyundai Motor Company itself is a beacon of hope in this crisis.
Just recently, Hyundai Motor India Foundation (HMIF), the philanthropic arm of Hyundai Motor India, in continuation to its ongoing Covid-19 relief programs, announced a series of initiatives to offer infrastructural assistance to the most affected states of Maharashtra, Delhi, Haryana, Telangana and Tamil Nadu. Under its third phase of initiatives for Covid-19, HMIF will roll out a multi-faceted relief package of Rs 20 crore intensely focused on the crisis at hand.
This just shows that regardless of the crisis that humanity faces, there will always be a shining beacon of hope. Hyundai has proven that no matter how empty the road might be, there will always be a companion.