Hyundai i20 (2013)

  
CARBARN | Hyundai i20 (2013) | Re-designed at Hyundai's European headquarters in Germany, the 4-metre long All New i20 has been styled using Hyundai's signature design language, 'fluidic sculpture'. The front-end has been updated to feature a design element common to all new Hyundai models - the hexagonal-shaped grille. At the rear, Hyundai's designers have modernized the car with a make-over That includes an updated bumper design, rear parking assist Integrating a system. Customer choices include Coral White, Twilight Blue, Electric Red, Black Diamond and Ember Grey.


The redesigned bumpers at the fore and rear of All New Hyundai i20 have added 55mm to the length (30mm at the front and 25mm at the rear), taking the overall length to 3.995mm. The overall width, height and wheelbase REMAIN the same as the outgoing model, maintaining its dynamic proportions. In the pursuit of improved efficiency and reduced CO2emissions, Hyundai has rationalised the engine range Offered with All New i20 to four highly developed, upgraded units - two diesel and two gasoline with power outputs ranging from 75 to 100 ps.


With market leading environmental credentials in mind, Hyundai has developed a super-efficient three cylinder 1.1-liter diesel That Produces 75 ps and 180 Nm (18.4 kg / m) of torque. The rest of the engine range is similarly environmentally friendly. For example, the upgraded 1.4-liter, 90 ps diesel emits just 96 g / km and the 1.25-liter, 85 ps gasoline unit Produces 109 g / km (Standard Model Produces 114 g / km). The most powerful engine in the range is the 100 ps 1.4-liter gasoline engine Gives the which the All New Hyundai i20 lively performance (0-to-100 kph in 11.6 seconds), yet maintains high fuel economy. In order to extract the best balance of performance, fuel economy and emissions from each engine, Hyundai is offering buyers transmissions That Suit Their best-chosen powertrain.


The 1.2-liter gasoline engine is fitted with a 5-speed manual transmission to Provide optimum performance and emissions, the which are as low as 109 g / km of CO2when mated to Hyundai's Blue Drive ™ technologies (including Integrated Stop Go (ISG) , low-rolling resistance tires and alternator management system). The 1.4-liter gasoline can be specified with either a six-speed manual or a four-speed automatic transmission. Both diesel engines are equipped with a six-speed manual transmission to Reduced fuel consumption and lower CO2emissions maximising while the available performance. Designed to be Among the safest cars in its class, all-new i20 debuts with exceptionally high levels of active and passive safety equipment. All New Hyundai i20 comes standard with Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) Including Vehicle Stability Management (VSM) across the range.


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