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2020 Hyundai i20 to be available in two different front grill designs

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A new teaser image of the Hyundai i20 2020 shows that two separate front grille styles will be available. We had previously seen the forthcoming luxury hatchback featuring a grill with only mesh design for honeycomb. The second version is more appealing, as seen in the teaser below.

The 2020 Hyundai i20 weighs length 4,040 mm, width 1,750 mm and height 1,450 mm.

Like the Mk2 Hyundai i20, so the Mk3 Hyundai i20 looks like a premium hatchback in Europe. Yet due to the finer cuts and creases and the offbeat rear light style, there is a touch of youthful appeal to it. The all-new model integrates the design language of the brand’s Sensuous Sportiness.

One thing we also admire about Hyundai is that the firm still does individual designs for its cars today, rather than having a family concept. This helps each car develop a much more distinctive character than in most other brand models.

Thanks to the more powerful bumpers. The power dome on the bonnet, the vertical, LED headlamps and the prominent character lines on the edges, the 2020 Hyundai i20 certainly has bolder styling. Yes, the Z-shaped, LED rear lights may be polarizing, but overall, a stunning change is the all-new exterior.

The Euro-spec 2020 Hyundai i20 is 5 mm longer than its counterpart, 30 mm wider and 24 mm lower. It has a wheelbase larger than 10 mm. Compared to the old edition, the completely redesigned B-segment hatchback is 4 percent smaller. In Europe, it will be available with 1.2L MPi N / A and 1.0L T-GDI turbocharged petrol engines.

Features:

The 1.2L engine produces torque in 84 hp and 118 Nm. The 1.0L engine comes in models 100 PS/172 Nm and 120 PS/172 Nm. The transmission choices will 5-speed MT (with 1.2L engine), 6-speed MT (with 1.0L engine) and 7-speed DCT (with 1.0L motor).

Optionally available with the 100 PS engine and as standard with the 120 PS engine will be a 48V mild-hybrid system leading to a 3-4 percent drop in fuel consumption.

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