Next-Gen Hyundai i20 Images Leaked! Launch Can Happen Soon As The Car Reaches Dealerships
Hyundai is all set to launch the next generation i20, which will be replacing the current i20. The model has already reached dealerships and is ready to be out in the market.
Also, a leak has revealed the images of the Hyundai Elite i20 to us, only a few days ahead of the actual launch of the car!
Read on for all the details!
Next-Gen Hyundai i20 To Be Launched In India Soon; Cars Reach Dealerships
The next generation of the Hyundai i20 has already been launched in international markets and has now reached the dealerships in India.
Hyundai next-gen i20 is expected to be a sharper and more aggressive design, a drastic upgrade to the older model. Also, thedesigning elements are quite dashing, such as a broader front grille, sharper front lights, DRLs, Z-shaped tail lights, new 16-inch diamond-cut alloys, triangular housing for fog lamps, faux rear diffuser, sportier bumpers and silhouette..
The car will most likely be pitted against Maruti Baleno, Tata Altroz, VW Polo, and Renault Clio. The next gen Hyundai i20 will be available in three variants of engines: a 1.2-litre MPi unit, a 1.0-litre T-GDi unit, and a 1.5-litre U2 CRDi unit.
The car will also feature Apple CarPlay, Android Auto connectivity, and will also flaunt some new car solutions, such as Hyundai Live services, Blue Link app services, voice recognition, etc.
The driver’s convenience has also been taken into account by the designers, which is clear by the placement of the infotainment system. It will now be placed on the top of the dashboard, facing towards the driver.
Hyundai Elite i20 Images Leaked Ahead Of Launch In India
The Hyundai Elite i20, which was to be debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in March this year, will be launched virtually. And only days ahead of the launch, images of the car have been leaked from inside the Hyundai’s production facility in Chennai
The images show that the car is modelled like the Verna, and is quite similar to the i30, as shown by the overall shape and short overhangs of the car.