Hyundai will launch the much-awaited, all-new i20 in the Indian market on 5th November. Before the official launch, the new vehicle has started to reach the dealerships across India and even Hyundai has started accepting the bookings for the all-new premium hatchback. Here is a video that shows the top-end Asta variant of the all-new i20 and reveals all the details about the upcoming car.
The video starts by showing the exterior of the all-new i20 from all around. The video first shows the beautifully designed alloy wheels and the wing mirrors with integrated turn indicators. At the front, the all-new i20 gets a bigger cascade design grille with headlamps forming an extension of the grille. The projector lenses are visible inside the headlamps and below that projector foglamp in the triangular housing are present too.
The all-new premium hatchback will also get a sunroof option but that will be restricted only to the top-end trims. The rear gets Z-shaped tail lamps with a chrome stripe connecting both. However, in the lower-end trims, there is a reflector in the rear instead of the chrome stripe.
On the inside, it gets a single-tone colour theme. There is a large 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system, which is the biggest in the segment. While the driver instrument cluster is also all digital with a coloured TFT MID in the middle. The car comes with a long list of features including wireless charging system, BlueLink connectivity, and much more. However, in terms of design, the elongated AC vents will catch your eyes as the design is from door-to-door and adds a wide look to the car. There is also an air purifier.
Coming to the engine options, the i20 will offer three engine options – 1.2-litre naturally-aspirated petrol, 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol and a 1.5-litre diesel. Hyundai is also likely to offer a 7-speed DCT, IMT and manual transmission options with the all-new car. However, the diesel engine options may only get a six-speed manual transmission.
Hyundai i20 will take on the likes of Tata Altroz, Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Toyota Glanza, and even the Honda Jazz in the Indian market. The booking amount is Rs 21,000 and the deliveries will begin on 5th November after the price announcement of the car. This is Hyundai’s last launch in the Indian market. We have already seen the launch of all-new Aura and Creta and updated versions of the Verna and Tucson.