Hyundai is testing a new i20 on the roads of IndiaJune 9, 2019
The new generation of hatchback Hyundai i20 hides reliable camouflage from prying eyes. However, individual information about the new product still manages to be collected.
The Korean company Hyundai is preparing to launch a new generation of hatchback Hyundai i20 with its cross-version i20 Active. In the meantime, the brand is actively testing the new product. During one of these road tests in India, the novelty came into the lens of photo spy cameras. The pictures turned out to be uninformative: a very limited angle and a dense protective film. New Hyundai i20 will get a squat and impetuous silhouette. It is also known that the “refreshed” hatch will retain the corporate design with a cascade grille and spectacular head optics in the spirit of the new Sonata and Elantra.
The basis for the novelty will be the same platform on which its predecessor was based, only an upgraded one.
Inside the updated hatchback, there will be a modified front panel with a large multimedia touchscreen, an improved tidy and a new truncated steering wheel. Motor range of new additions liter turbo engine with a return of 100 or 120 hp depending on the configuration. Previously, the buyer offered the Hyundai i20 with a 83-horsepower engine with capacity 1.2-liter or 1.4-liter turbo diesel with a capacity of 90 hp. Both of them work in tandem with the manual gearbox on five or six speed . The manufacturer is not going to refuse them. The all-wheel drive model is still not laid.
They promise to present the novelty already this year, and the first commercial hatchbacks will appear in showrooms only in the spring of 2020. Recall, the current Hyundai i20 is currently considered one of the best-selling brands in the Indian car market. For the most affordable hatchback, local dealers ask for 699,990 rupees. Cross-version will cost customers at least 896,205 rupees
Meanwhile, Cadillac continues to test the new generation of the Escalade SUV.
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