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The second-generation Hyundai i20 has been spied without disguise in India, just days ahead of the new model’s official unveiling. The images come via Indian Autos Blog, and show a blend of current i10 and i30 designs that sit either side of the i20 in the Korean brand’s lineup.
Building on these existing models, the new i20 adds more detail within its head and taillights, along with blacked-out C-pillars for a semi floating roof look. The new i20’s interior also looks to continue the classy theme introduced by the new Genesis and Sonata sedans, with more detail and colour variation than the dated existing design.
After much tantalising and teasing, the replacement for Hyundai India’s popular premium hatchback will hit showrooms today with an all-new design. Said design is based on the ‘storm-edge’ philosophy that was first employed in India in the new Santa Fe.
The most expensive hatchback in India to have found success is without doubt the Hyundai i20, a car which was launched in the domestic market way back in December 2008. The Korean automaker gave the vehicle a mid-life facelift in March 2012 and has now launched the second generation model in India. When Hyundai launched the i20 locally, it never expected it to sell so well but the way this model has picked up has made it one of the most important vehicles for the Korean company. In fact, the i20 is so important for the Indian market that Hyundai chose to make its public debut in India, just like it did with the second generation i10. Called the Elite i20, the second generation of this popular premium hatchback has a lot riding on it as the hype prior to the launch has been massive and expectation are very high too. We take a quick spin in the 2015 Hyundai i20 to tell you if it drives better than before.
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Hyundai i20 Elite 2015?s interiors looks rich and stylish with good options. The interior features dual-tone theme including a light-beige top and dark-brown bottom. There is a soft-touch material in a light shade in the dash for comfort. Hyundai India has officially opened the pre-bookings for the car.
The Hyundai Elite i20 gets all new interiors and the dashboard is quite appealing too with many flat surfaces. The dual tone black and beige combination works well to give that airy feel while quality inside the cabin is excellent, like always. We did a thorough analysis of the fit and finish and could not find a single fault in the build quality of the car, the doors too feel solid but not as solid as say a Fiat Punto or a Volkswagen Polo. The instrument cluster is easy to read on the go and gets a pleothra of data and there are quite a few storage bins inside the cabin too (like a card holder, sunglass holder, big door pockets, etc). Equipment is generous and there is so much on offer, right from an audio system with 1 GB internal storage to a rear AC vent, this is one loaded car. Other features include an automatic climate control system, automatic wiper, push button start with keyless go, rear parking sensors, reverse camera, etc.
The Elite i20 gets a longer wheelbase which is 45 mm more than the old model. The old i20 was already good on rear seat space, the new one is even better. The rear doors open wide so stepping inside is a breeze and then there is ample room at the rear with headroom being more than enough even for the tallest of passengers. The good width of the car makes it easy to seat three at the rear. The Elite i20 scores high on comfort, it also has a big boot of 285-litres which although smaller than its predecessor by 10 mm, is more than enough for a hatchback.
This is the next generation 2015 Hyundai i20 named as Elite i20. Hyundai Motor’s Design Centre Europe in Rüsselsheim, Germany designed the second generation of the hatchback. The design is sophisticated and distinctive design. This new model gets dark treatment for the C-Pillar, new hexagonal grille and a thin horizontal strip on front, wrap-around rear window and taillights etc.
Styling is a subjective thing but the reactions to the design of the Elite i20 have been mixed. Some like it, some don’t. The car features the Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 which is a big departure from the previous design language of Hyundai although there is a hint of the old car at the front. While earlier it was all about flowing lines and curves, the new design language is a bit boxy with straight lines and sharply cut corners. The length of the car has decreased by 10 mm and it does look compact but there are many design highlights on the outside like the big grille on the front bumper, large sweeping headlights, blackened C-pillar, Veloster inspired tail lights and a large antenna placed at the rear which looks a bit out of place. Although called the ‘Elite i20?, there is absolutely no mention of Elite on the body of the car.
Hyundai has carried over the engines on the Elite i20 from the older model but the 1.4-litre petrol (which was paired to a 4-speed automatic gearbox) isn’t on offer currently. While the 1.2-litre petrol engine is average in terms of output and performance, the 1.4-litre U2 diesel mill is the real star of the package. The oil burner produces 90 PS of power and 220 Nm of torque which gives it swift performance, it is the only car coupled to a 6-speed gearbox in the segment. The diesel mill has a good mid-range punch and makes the i20 quite fun to drive too. However, unlike earlier, the output figures aren’t class leading as the new Polo 1.5 TDI produces more torque than the Hyundai.
A performance-oriented model is expected, too, which could be the first production model sold under Hyundai’s N performance arm. That car could feasibly be fitted with the same 1.6-litre turbo engine seen in the Veloster SR Turbo, with 150kW and 265Nm.