The complete Hyundai line up except the i20 and Santa Fe have got the Fluidic design language. Hyundai is already working on the Santa Fe facelift internationally, which is brought in as a CBU from Korea. The i20 facelift is also on the cards, as the car is now three years old and camouflaged cars have already been spotted in Europe. The new Hyundai i20 will be launched at the 2012 Auto Expo and will look quite similar to the i10 from the front. There will not be any major changes to the car except slight tweaks to the interiors. A price hike is certain and most manufacturers hike prices in the new year.
The Hyundai i20 has been doing decent numbers and demand has been extremely good in India as well as internationaly markets. The Korean automaker had recently shifted production to Turkey, with the initial batches of the i20 rolling out of Chennai. Hyundai offers three engine options on the i20 across a range of variants. Could the new i20 feature a revised suspension, offering better ride and handling. This could make the car appeal to enthusiasts who are looking for a fun to drive hatchback.
Rendering Source – Overdrive