This may be the most expected news Hyundai fans are looking forward to at the moment: The company has planned for their i20 Active testing and a facelifted version of it has been actually caught tested recently in South Korea. It seems that spied model will be set to come out in a short time.
As coated almost all over the body with camouflage, we can only spot some details on the facelifted Hyundai i20 Active 2018 which are an apparent C-pillar emerging from the top. Also on the top comes the roof rails. Speaking of the rear, it features the reverse lights and round reflector lamps eliciting the standard Hyundai i20 Active. Also, its taillights bear a resemblance to the Indian-spec i20 model 2018.
The rear features the reverse lights and round reflector lamps eliciting the standard Hyundai i20 Active
Its number plate now takes a new accommodation- on the tailgate instead of the bumper
Video: New 2018 Hyundai i20 Active Facelift spied in South Korea - Launch Soon
Following the Euro-spec i20 Active which has been unveiled last April, its number plate now takes a new accommodation - on the tailgate instead of the bumper. As for the bumper, it gets faux skid plate as well as taillights with LED fixtures. On this model, Hyundai i20 Active 2018 chooses to take a 2-tone color scheme: Phantom Black is applied to the roof.
This May, the official India website of Hyundai got some updates including a few for the Hyundai i20 which are more color options with an addition of a white dual-tone and new blue paint scheme, back rub strip located at the foot of the boot lid, and silver finish applied to the rear reflectors and front fog lights. The paint scheme in the model gets benefits from the novice Alps blue interior highlights, revised seat upholstery, and new button arrangement for the touchscreen.
2 options for the powertrain, one is a 1.2-liter Kappa petrol engine, the other a 1.4-liter U2 CRDi diesel unit
There’s a high chance the facelifted Hyundai i20 Active 2018 will be launched sometime this year
The Hyundai i20 Active offers two options for the powertrain, one is a 1.2-liter Kappa petrol engine, the other a 1.4-liter U2 CRDi diesel unit. While the petrol engine is mated to a five-speed manual transmission to crank out 11.7 kgm and 83 PS, the diesel counterpart is good for 22.4 kgm and 90 PS on a six-speed manual transmission.
There’s a high chance the facelifted Hyundai i20 Active 2018 will be launched sometime this year; however, the company is still keeping it a mystery.
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