We found a control model that seems to be the all-new Hyundai SUV. Well, not the SUV, but a type of vehicle pulled by horses. According to some studies, this should be the 2018 Hyundai ix20. This means that the standard hatchback can be exchanged for the foreseeable future. On the contrary, other rumors reveal that the sedan continues to be, while the new SUV Hyundai B-sector should get a new label.
Hyundai will update the style to align the i20 with the latest design language. The spy photos reveal a heavily camouflaged front and back, indicating that significant changes will be made to the i20’s appearance. Forward changes will include the Hyundai “Cascading” one-piece grille. There will be a larger fog lamp housing, which could include “Air Curtain”, which helps reduce drag. At the rear, the taillights will be reprofiled with graphics, while the license plate moves to the trunk lid from the bumper. A new double alloy wheel is also included in the 2018 model updates. What is interesting here is that it is almost identical to the 17-inch Mercedes-Benz CLA Sport wheels.
Inside, the upholstery could be new and the i20 can get an updated infotainment unit. Hyundai updated the AVN in April and already supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Hyundai has refrained from making major changes to the cabin with the facelifts. So, we will not be surprised to see the cabin of the i20 continue almost unchanged.
Hiding a puny 4-cylinder 1.4-liter engine under its sculpted bonnet, the Korean hatchback is good for 97 hp and 136 Nm of torque. Steering his grunt through a front-wheel drive, the I20 hits 100 km / h in 11.6 seconds and carries a top speed of 180 km / h
Price for Turbo version starts from £ 12,975. For research levels, the i20 SE is marketed from £ 13,025, although the 1-liter turbocharged solution gives an extra £ 1,000 for the previous price of £ 14,025. All educated consumers, Turbo models buy an economical £ 1 050 compared to acquiring the same exact configuration of the outdated way produced. Superb.