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New 2020 Hyundai i20 Officially Revealed; India Launch By June

Hyundai has revealed the new 2020 i20 ahead of the Geneva Motor Show. It will come with three engine options, including a turbo petrol motor.

Hyundai is set to launch the new generation 2020 i20 in India by June. Ahead of that, the official images of new i20 have been revealed. It will be showcased first at the Geneva Motor Show which is scheduled to commence from 5th March.

First impressions indicate that the new 2020 Hyundai i20 is more premium and even sportier looking than the outgoing version. There’s a complete makeover with every new design cue added. The same styling will also be seen on the India-spec version.

At the front, it flaunts the large cascading grille with new full LED headlamps and hook-shaped LED DRLs. The front and rear bumpers have been reshaped to give a sharper look. Even the electric ORVMs are completely new.

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The new i20 gets refreshed 16-inch dual-tone alloy wheels. At the back, there is the new Z-shaped LED headlamp that looks quite upmarket. Also, there are some bumper extensions at the front as well as at the back, storing fog lamps at the back.

The interiors of the new 2020 Hyundai i20 are to be revealed yet. Based on the spy shots, we know that it will get a fully digital speedometer, a new and bigger touchscreen infotainment system and minor revisions to the dashboard.

Under the hood, the new-gen is powered by three engines. That includes its existing 1.2 Litre petrol engine, Venue’s 1.0 Litre turbo-petrol engine and a new 1.5 Litre diesel engine. The oil-burner will come from the Seltos and has just come on Venue as well.

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I20 will also get new features such as electric sunroof, cruise control and the Blue Link technology. The current generation i20 is available with a BS6 petrol engine. The diesel engine will directly debut on the new generation.