Hyundai i20 2017
Hyundai is working hard to get the Hyundai i30 N to the market. Moreover, Hyundai is gearing up to launch the hot supermini i20 as well for the 2017 model year. The upcoming five door model will be styled subtly but maturely and house varied options of powertrains, which has led to slight increase in the car cost. The materials used for the build up will be of supreme quality in order to give competence to the other giant brands producing the same segment cars.
2017 Hyundai i20 Engine
The second generation i20 would come powered by a turbocharged 1.6 liter which is speculated to generate an outcome of 200 hp with the front wheel drive platform. The i20 N White would be powered by a miniature 1.0 liter turbocharged gasoline engine with three cylinders. This has been the fresh addition that the market was aspiring for. It is sure to allure the customers with its performance, fuel economy and maintenance. However, the i20 N Red will house a naturally aspirated 1.4 liter engine. The most desirable diesel engine housed in the 2017 i20 as an option will be a 75 bhp 1.1 liter diesel engine delivering a whooping fuel economy of 88.3 mpg.
2017 Hyundai i20 Exteriors
The previous generation i20 was designed averagely with low features and the market was eagerly looking forward to the fresh modifications for the second generation i20. Hyundai has even brought to roads a sensuously designed three door mini car under the name i20 Coupe. The second generation five door i20 will showcase firmness and stability on roads, however, the vehicle control may get imbalanced at times because of the poor condition of the roads, otherwise the next gen i20 prioritises smoothness in every way. On the outside, the car has been freshly modified with modern lines and features from the nose to the tail. There are new additions of tear drop shaped headlights and a chrome polished radiator grille.
2017 Hyundai i20 Interiors
The interiors of the new generation i20 have been contemporarily styled with subtle color scheme and easy – to – use cabin features. The seats are well cushioned and highly accommodating with potent comfort adjustability systems. The head room and leg room is ample and a family with four adults and a child can easily and spaciously accommodate itself within the given space. The infotainment system comprises of color TFT LCD screen with AUX and USB connectivity, Radio / CD / Mp3 player and road – by – road Navigation System.
2017 Hyundai i20 Safety Features
There are many driver assistive technologies incorporated in the next gen i20 to ensure better control on roads and prevent accidents / collisions. To name a few, is the Lane Departure Warning System that alerts the driver with an instant visual and audible warning sign about any loss of control in maintaining the lane drive. This comes coupled with Emergency Automatic Braking that helps assist the driver in reducing the car speed and moving to the halt lane before coming to a complete halt in conditions where driver’s intervention is not detected even after the warning signs have been delivered. The 2017 i20 also features Emergency Stop Signal (ESS) which automatically flashes emergency lights on the rear end to alert the following drivers about the sudden braking. There is additional Parking Assist System at the front and rear end which substantially contributes in making the parking easier with their audio – visual signals. There is Tire Pressure Monitoring System that allows for timely alerts when the air pressure in the tires begins to decline. The Electronic Stability Control and Vehicle Stability Management System ensures maximum stability of the vehicle on roads and lowers skidding instances by modifying the braking performance of the wheels.
How many airbags in 2017 Hyundai i20?
The new generation i20 from Hyundai incorporates a 6 airbag system consisting of frontal airbags for the driver and the front passenger to prevent the front occupants during an impact from the front collision; front side airbags and front and rear side curtain airbags to prevent the passengers on the sides from any impact during a side collision or a rollover.