New Hyundai i20 when will arrive in the Philippines ?

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Big news for the new Hyundai i20 comes in the tech department. Hyundai offers a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster that combines with another 10.25-inch center touchscreen for a properly digital experience.

New Hyundai i20 will hit the market in late autumn, most likely in November in developed markets like in Europe.

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i20 features such as wireless cell phone charging, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and an eight-speaker Bose sound system are among the luxury options, and Hyundai offers all kinds of extras through its Bluelink Connected Car Services.

Let’s start with the i20’s styling, which is both familiar and fresh at the same time. Hyundai’s current design language is found with the wide grille and edgy lines in the front fascia. The i20’s high beltline is still prevalent in profile, connecting with a new quarter window at the C-pillar.

At the back, the i20 gains a full-width LED lamp connecting new taillights mounted in a new hatch design that looks cleaner compared to the previous model. The rear fascia looks a tad cleaner, too.

The great progress developed inside the new i20 continues to be detailed by Hyundai. We knew about the development of the dashboard, the care in integrating the “scratched” finishes in continuity with the vents of the climate, the four-spoke steering wheel and the two large 10.25-inch screens.

The new Hyundai i20 Car is the cutting edge urban compact, combining affordability and economy.

Don’t think that the Hyundai i20 has sacrificed in power for economy! The 1.4 Fluid engine puts out an eye opening 74kW of power while still ensuring that its CO² emissions are below 147g/km. And with a fuel economy of 5.9 litre/100km from the 1.2-litre engine, you know that you are saving money every time you drive.

Rear spoiler detached from the rear window, lowered trim, 18-inch wheels, dual tailpipes and exhaust, are some of the technical elements that emerged from the i20 N forklifts.

Philippine Still with the demand of more power efficient vehicles, it won’t be surprising that Hyundai will bring this to the local market of Philippines.

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