Hyundai’s much awaited new i20 model , has been designed at Russelsheim unit of their design centre in Germany, Central Europe. These new wheels will feature Hyundai’s ‘Fluidic Sculpture 2.0’ design but in a more distinctive way. With a simple and streamlined body and design, the all new i20 has a lot to offer. Sculpted sides, long hood, spacious seating, and play with colour which enhances the length and look of the car.
These new generation wheels, take the design idea from the popular Veloster coupe with the hexagonal grille at front and beautiful angular headlights. The dark C Pillars surely make the car stand out and the colour play more dominant, giving the car an elongated look and feel.
It is a highly advanced design of i10 really. With the ever growing super mini car market, i20 needs more highlights and cues to stand apart from the crowd. Hyundai also hints at a more generous seating and boot space.
It will be first unveiled at the Paris motor show in October this year, so watch out for the all new super mini edition from Hyundai and see for yourself.