Even after two years of its launch, the Hyundai i20 is still soldiering strong with its edgy and attractive looks, premium features and potent powertrain options. Hyundai also launched the i20 N-Line last year to attract more younger customers towards the brand with a more dynamic mechanical setup and a few visual treats. However, people do feel that the Hyundai i20 has the potential of being an even sportier-looking car, an example of which is this digital rendering based on the premium hatchback.
An Instagram user, who goes by the name ‘trillionerakash’ has uploaded a few pictures of his digital imagination named Hyundai i20 Dark Extremo Edition. Based on the Hyundai i20, the Dark Extremo Edition showcases an even sportier side of the premium hatchback.
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At the front, the digital rendering of the Hyundai i20 Dark Extremo Edition features a different-looking front bumper with larger and more aggressive-looking housings for the fog lamps. These revised housings do make the front profile of the Hyundai i20 wider and sportier. Even the front grille has an edgier appearance with new vertical and sharper-looking dark chrome inserts. Below the front bumper, this digital rendering also gets a sportier-looking diffuser.
On the side, the Hyundai i20 Dark Extremo Edition gets a new set of blacked-out multi-spoke alloy wheels, which look larger than the 16-inch machined alloy wheels available in the top-spec variants of the hatchback. These alloy wheels are wrapped with lower profile tyres, which along with the lowered ground clearance of the car, give it a sporty and hunkered stance. There are red inserts on the outside rearview mirrors, which add a nice contrast to the otherwise dark grey shade of the car.
At the back, the Hyundai i20 Dark Extremo Edition gets negligible changes, as it retains the same edgy-looking tail lamp clusters and horizontal red and chrome garnishes running between them. Even the rear bumper and blacked-out diffuser attached below it look the same as the stock car.
These pictures of the Hyundai i20 Dark Extremo edition are based on the digital imaginations of the mentioned Instagram user and are not a supposed facelifted version of the hatchback. Hyundai launched the current iteration of the i20 in 2020 and might get a facelifted version of the current third-generation model towards the end of 2023. The facelift might arrive with a few exterior tweaks and a couple of new features on the inside while retaining the current 1.2-litre petrol and 1.0-litre turbo-petrol engine options.
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