Next Generation 2020 Hyundai i20 Spied For The First Time!

2020 Hyundai i20 Spied For The First Time could get the turbo petrol motor from the Venue along with the DCT. All engines will be BS6

Iterations after iterations we’ve seen the Hyundai i20 evolve with it’s own pace. The sales figures have evidently been in favour of the brand. Well, the new Hyundai i20 has just been spied testing on the south Indian roads near the Sriperumbudur plant. The new i20 carries visuals from the predecessor and appears rather pungent and appealing, stance similar to the European ones. With new makeover and the refinement, the i20 reaches to its third iteration by 2020.

Carrying the DNA of its predecessor, the new i20 sits wide and low to the ground and without any doubt receives freshly designed LED headlights and taillights. The body work has noticeable changes like the elimination of rear quarter panel for undistorted visibility. The ORVMs stick more on purpose built side justified by the sleekness. On the contrary a few parts share their identity to some degree with the outgoing model, likes of tailgate and the beltline.

Given the fact that Hyundai is well known for its revolution in the segment, there are quite some changes that one can expect in the new i20. Some of those being updated dashboard, better infotainment system, more comfortable seats, some key features borrowed straight from the Hyundai Venue. Compact steering wheel, Blue link suite have a high expectancy in the new i20.

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The 2020 i20 will pack in but obviously a BS-VI complaint engine with numbers similar to the previous one. The petrol variant with a 1.2L N/A engine squeezing out 83ps and the Diesel variant with a 1.4L turbocharged engine making 90ps. The Petrol engine will be mated with a 5 speed manual transmission or optional CVT whereas the Diesel will only be mated with a 6 speed manual transmission. The new i20 can possibly make enough room for Hyundai’s N line up entry in the Indian car market and present N variant Hyundai cars.

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