Ahead of its global release during #GenevaMotorShow2020, Hyundai has released images of next-gen Hyundai i20. The all-new i20 comes with redesigned interiors & exteriors and features various technological enhancements & upgraded power-train. The 3rd-gen i20 is expected to be launched in India by June 2020.
The car looks sportier and adopts the new design language as seen in Grand i10 NIOS & Xcent. Towards the front, all-new i20 receives a brand-new blacked-out cascading grille that houses an LED headlamp cluster with integrated inverted L LED DRL.
It appears that the i20 will feature a dual-tone bumper with a black lip spoiler. The car would come with projector fog-lamps as well. Towards the side, the all-new i20 features blacked-out A, B & C pillar along with a black-colored roof. It also features a boot-mounted insert similar to the one seen in Tata Altroz.
There is a chrome work on the bezzles of the window, it also receives sweptback Z shaped LED tail-lamp with a led bar that extends across the tailgate. The car runs on a 16” dual-tone diamond-cut alloy wheels which enhances the looks of the machine.
Like the front, the all-new i20 looks stunning from the rear profile as well. The car comes with rear fog lamps and sports dual-tone rear bumper at the rear with a diffuser that adds to the sportiness of the car. It comes with a shark-fin antenna but misses roof-mounted spoiler.
Hyundai has done a lot of work when it comes to aesthetics and feels of the car. Towards the inside, the car features a 10.25″ touchscreen infotainment system, a 10.25″ digital screen which displays twin dial analog meter with MID cluster at the center, and rectangular AC vents.
The car features ambient lighting, wireless charging, and sports 8-speaker Bose audio system. The all-new i20 will be offered with dual-tone interiors which include Black Mono, Black & Gray, and Black Mono & Yellow Green combinations. It also could be offered with other convenience features such as cruise control, rain-sensing wipers, auto-headlamps, etc. The car sports drive-modes; color of the twin-dial in instrumentation colors change depending on the mode selected. The color changes to blue for Normal mode and green for Eco to orange for Sport mode.