The first photos of the digital dashboard of the new Hyundai i20 appeared on the WebNovember 7, 2019
Judging by the photos, the design of the new dashboard will take something from Aston Martin – the tachometer pointer moves counterclockwise. The debut will take place next year.
Photoshop again managed to make a series of photos of the camouflaged Hyundai i20 prototype. While the manufacturer continues to road tests, and the model is covered with dense camouflage. Moreover, the hatchback is hiding not only under the film, but also under false panels. However, photos of the interior and the new instrument panel have appeared on the Web.
It is not yet clear whether the digital panel will be installed in the basic version, or will be available on more expensive trim levels. But judging by the photographs, it is already noticeable that the designers tried to give the dashboard a more sporty look. This is mainly done due to the arrows of the devices moving in different directions, as well as the design of the devices.
In addition, in the photo you can see the work of the warning system for leaving the lane, or the work of adaptive cruise control. Between the two devices you can notice a small image of the car with a view of the stern, as well as with two stripes indicating the markings on the road.
To the right of the digital instrument panel you can see the display of the infotainment system. Apparently, the Hyundai i20 will receive partial control of systems through a touch screen, but will also remain with physical buttons. It is also interesting that the interface of the instrument panel and multimedia system has German localization, which means the active participation of the European division of Hyundai in the development of these systems.
The production version of the new Hyundai i20 will be presented next year. The “charged” modification with the N index will appear a bit later.
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