Tuesday, 6 March 2012

All new India bound Hyundai i20 revealed at Geneva, Indian launch in April 2012 - Images

Korean car maker Hyundai has revealed the first images of the India bound Hyundai i20 premiere at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. The updated i20 will have a new engine option for the European market – a 1.1-litre. 3-cylinder, ‘U-II’ diesel engine that will be mated to Hyundai’s Blue Drive Technology. The car is made purely on the Fluidic concept of the Korean car maker, first adopted in  Hyundai Verna.

The new i20 now carries the company’s signature hexagonal grille with revised fluidic sculpture throughout its body. The changed front of the hatchback includes redesigned headlamps, a new sculpted bonnet and rim design. The rear, too, gets redesigned bumpers and tail lamps. While the rest of the dimensions of the new i20 remain the same as the outgoing model, the length has been increased by 55 mm. Under the hood will be a 75 PS, 1.1-litre diesel option along with the existing 1.4 litre diesel motor.

The UK bound car is certain of the fact that two versions will boast less than 100g/km of CO2 - the cleanest of which will become the lowest emitting conventionally engined car on sale in the UK.

The India bound car will be launched in April 2012 and the revised prices too will be confirmed by the officials during the launch.


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