Sneak peek: Hyundai Motor to launch new Hyundai i20 on November 5
- Hyundai Motor to launch
new Hyundai i20on November 5 — pre-bookings begin at a token amount of ₹21,000
- The sketches reveal that the car comes with a clean yet stylish rear profile and has a Z-shaped tail light design.
- The company seems to have emphasised on a horizontal layout and a stretched-out dashboard with a floating-type infotainment screen.
The company recently unveiled the design sketches of the Hyundai i20 facelift on Monday. With striking looks, the car promises a more premium and connected cabin.
The automaker said the design of the all-new i20 is inspired by Hyundai Global Design Philosophy of Sensuous Sportiness, futuristic and dynamic expression. And, is based on four fundamental elements— Proportion, Architecture, Styling and Technology.
“The all-new i20 is designed to evoke an emotional Human - Machine interface representing the persona of Modern Tech Savvy, Ambitious & Sophisticated customers. Set to recreate benchmarks of the premium hatchback segment, the all-new i20 showcases an energetic new avatar and a serene ambience on the inside,” it said in a statement.
The sketches revealed that the car comes with a clean yet stylish rear profile and has a Z-shaped tail light design. The company seems to have emphasised on a horizontal layout and a stretched-out dashboard with a floating-type infotainment screen.
First launched in India in 2008, the Korean car maker’s i20 managed to carve a niche for itself despite the intense competition in the market. In recent times the hatchback segment has seen many new launches in the country, but despite that, auto experts believe the new i20 will rule the sales once it officially hits the market launched in November.
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