The Hyundai Elite i20 is one of the best selling premium hatchbacks in the country. The car rivals the likes of the Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Toyota Glanza, and the Honda Jazz in its segment. While the Elite i20 is not particularly known for its sporty driving dynamics, the hatchback sure looks pretty good. This is the reason why a lot of people have revamped their Elite i20s to look like a souped-up hot hatch. One such example is featured here today and as the images show, it does look quite good.
The car has apparently been given a lustrous exteriors care treatment by Ceramic Pro Kochi, though the modifications done on the vehicle seem to be the work of a good mod house. The reason behind its sparkling beauty is the work done by Ceramic Pro on it. The red colour of this car now seems to be literally popping out the screen in a good way and this enhances its aesthetics too.
Speaking of the other modifications done on this Elite i20, the front and rear bumpers of the car have been replaced with new, aftermarket units that have a sporty streetracer design. All the chrome elements on the exteriors of this Hyundai Elite i20 have been blacked out and the front grille is also all black now. It now runs on stylish looking alloys that sport a unique design and are shod on with low profile tires.
While the whole body is painted in red, the roof of this Hyundai Elite i20 has been blacked out for added visual drama. Another major modification on this car is its suspension setup, which has been lowered to quite an extent so as to give the car a low rider look. The car seems to be running on a bagged suspension setup which basically means that the ride height can be adjusted by just pushing a button. All in all, this Hyundai Elite i20 looks great and will definitely turn heads wherever it goes.
Talking about the Elite i20, Hyundai will soon launch an updated version of this premium hatchback in India. The new Hyundai Elite i20 will be built on the updated version of the current car’s platform. The exteriors of the car will sport considerable changes and the interiors will also be upgraded. As for the powertrains, there is no official information till now but we expect it to come with upgraded, BS-VI compliant versions of the outgoing engines The petrol engine may come linked to a standard 5-speed MT or an optional CVT. The diesel engine will probably remain paired with a 6-speed MT. The new 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine with 7-speed DCT could also possibly make an appearance on the new Hyundai Elite i20.