Hyundai has officially pulled the wraps off the second generation of the i20, which will be making its public debut in October, at the 2014 Paris Motor Show.
Following some design sketches which have ended up on the web at the beginning of the month, Hyundai has officially unveiled the 2015 i20, which is coming with the company’s Fluidic Sculpture. The model is standing in at 4,035 mm in length and it has a wheelbase stretched by 45 mm to a total of 3,570 mm, improving the front and rear legroom to a best in class figure, as the car manufacturer is saying.
The high end variants of the 2015 Hyundai i20 will be equipped with the panoramic sunroof, the rearview camera, LED taillights, LED daytime running lights and several other tweaks. The cabin of the model will be getting the multi function steering wheel, console armrest with storage box, rear AC vents, Supervision instrument cluster, height adjustment for the driver and passenger seats, USB, AUX, start/stop button, Bluetooth, smart key, auto folding mirrors and much more. No details on the engines are being known for the moment and we have no clue what the model’s starting price will be on the Old Continent.