People at Hyundai have been hectic as they were fiddling with their small to medium cars and now we see the fruits of that labor, yes, gentlemen we have the new Hyundai range of i20 Coupe, i30 Turbo and i40.
The i20 Coupe comes first which in fact is not a coupe but a design more to lure the youth with its three-door design. The Polo/Fiesta/Corsa’s rival now sports a more raked roofline to depict dynamism, the bold wheel arches, and the new arrangement of grille/bumper combination and the boot capacity of 336 liters.
If more is you want then you can have the interior and exterior in orange and 17-inch alloy wheels. The i20 is powered by both gasoline and diesel engines producing the power range of 83hp to 98hp. The range will be joined by a 1.4 liter gasoline engine and the 1.0 Liter three cylinder turbo will be obligatory next year.
Next one is the rival of Focus, Astra and Golf the i30 and it has been refreshed with a dual clutch 7 speed automatic, more powerful engines and novel elements of designing. The note worthy addition is the 1.6 L gasoline engine which is turbo-charged. The engine comes up with 185hp of power and gets the i30 to the 0-62 mark in 8 seconds. The refreshed i30 is capable of producing 136mph top speed. A sport suspension has been offered to the turbo and the steering setup is more direct and there are 18- inch wheels. James should not know, the i30 has been tuned at the Nürburgring apparently.
The i40 also gets its share of makeover and it has new rear and front lamps, new wheels, fresh face, re-tweaked engines, advanced traction, seven-speed dual clutch transmission, lane assist, damping control system for the rear and speed limit identification. You also have the touch screen and it is happily worthy.