The company, which posted its best ever sales of 4.84 lakh units in the domestic market in 2015-16, aims to be the leading player in Rs 10 lakh to Rs 20 lakh price bracket.

"Creta has become the highest selling product in the above Rs 10 lakh category in India. We have been well accepted and now we would like to have a leading position in the Rs 10 lakh to Rs 20 lakh price point," Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) Senior Vice President Sales and Marketing Rakesh Srivastava said.

The company plans to introduce two new vehicles this fiscal in the segment to achieve the target.

"Besides Creta, which is there, we plan to launch Tuscon and one another model this year to have a leading position in the Rs 10-20 lakh segment," Srivastava said.

When asked by when the company would be able to topple the current leaders like Toyota Kirloskar Motor, that sells popular models like Innova and Fortuner in the segment, Srivastava said, "During this financial year itself”.