New Hyundai ix25 received a digital dashboardAugust 29, 2019
The interior of the serial version of the crossover is similar to the prototype Hyundai ix25
The second generation Hyundai ix25 will receive a new steering wheel, a digital instrument panel and a vertical screen multimedia system. Spy photos of the interior model published on the Chinese website Autohome.
The assembly of a new crossover for the Chinese market has already begun, but officially the new generation Hyundai ix25 has not yet been presented. The photos confirm that the production version of the model will be almost identical to the prototype presented at the Shanghai Motor Show four months ago.
The second-generation Hyundai ix25 will be 30 millimeters longer and 10 millimeters wider than its predecessor, and its wheelbase will increase by 20 millimeters. Thus, the length of the new ix25 will be 4300 millimeters, width – 1790 millimeters, height – 1622 millimeters, wheelbase – 2610 millimeters.
The SUV for the Chinese market will be equipped with a new 1.5-liter naturally aspirated engine with a capacity of 115 horsepower (144 Nm). In addition, the 1.4-liter turbocharged engine, which produces 140 horsepower (242 Nm), will remain in the range. A more powerful motor will be combined exclusively with the preselective 7-speed robotized gearbox, and nothing is known about the transmission for the basic versions. However, the Russian version of the crossover will receive its own power units.
The official premiere of the new Hyundai ix25 will take place very soon, because crossover sales in China are planned for the fall. The Russian version of the crossover will not be updated soon: the second generation of the best-seller will reach our country no earlier than 2021.
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