Hyundai published a teaser of the updated i20 hatchbackFebruary 5, 2020
The official presentation of the five-door hatchback will be held as part of the Geneva Motor Show, which will be held in March this year.
Just yesterday, our publication published “spy” photos, which captured the test prototype of the next generation Hyundai i20. We were very surprised to see that on the prototype there were still many exterior elements that were covered with camouflage film, although it was already possible to see that the new body had already received a serial body and optics.
Well, a couple of minutes ago, the press service of the company published the first design sketches of its very popular “baby”.
Hyundai says it will introduce the new i20 during the Geneva Motor Show in early March this year. A small hatchback will be the first car of the brand for the European market, the appearance of which will be created taking into account the new Sensuous Sportiness styling, in which the exterior of the new Sonata sedan is created.
It is interesting that the back of the novelty seems unusually massive in one of the sketches, but it can be safely assumed that Hyundai will retain the traditional shape of its hatchback. It is also important to note that beautiful two-tone wheels will not be so big in the production model.
The automaker also reports that the new version of the model will have a completely different interior, from which two 10.25-inch screens stand out immediately – one will be used for a virtual dashboard, and the other for an infotainment system. When decorating, better materials will be used.
At the moment, nothing is said about the engines for the new product, but we believe that the model will receive a new 1.0-liter turbocharged engine, which will also be available in naturally aspirated form for basic trim levels.
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