IAB Rendering – 2015 Hyundai i20’s rear

Posted on: Apr 8, 2014 - 2:15pm IST

The next generation 2015 Hyundai i20 has been spotted undergoing tests in India and Europe. Hyundai is reported to unveil the new i20 in October this year at the Paris Motor Show.

2015 Hyundai i20 IAB rendering

This rendering, created by our artist Shoeb, presents an accurate look at the rear of the new hatchback. The digital image you see here is based on spyshots revealing the taillight and boot design of the car. We can’t help but compare the rear of the new i20 to that of the Honda Vezel crossover given their strikingly similar taillights.

A spyshot showing the interior of the new i20 reveals that the hatchback will continue to be a feature-loaded car as the current model. Presumably, the new i20 will pack the same level of features as the current model but with better build quality.

Honda Vezel taillight
Honda Vezel’s rear added for reference.

Under the hood, Hyundai may choose to carry over the existing 1.2-liter Kappa2, 1.4-liter petrol (available only with an automatic transmission) and 1.4-liter diesel engines. Competition for the new i20 will come in the form of the Maruti Swift, VW Polo and Fiat Punto (these cars are scheduled to get facelifts this year) and the next generation Tata Bolt and Honda Jazz.

2015 Hyundai i20 Competitors

Suzuki Swift Swiss Edition front at Geneva Motor Show 2014 VW Polo facelift front at Geneva Motor Show 2014 Fiat Punto facelift rear press image 2012 Tata Bolt front - Geneva Live
Honda Jazz front three quarter right live 2013 Nissan Micra front three quarter

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6 thoughts on “IAB Rendering – 2015 Hyundai i20’s rear

  1. Shreya says:

    Thanks Shrawan. Any idea what changes are expected in the new version? What about price?

    Reply
  2. Shreya says:

    Hello,

    I am planning to buy i20. Please suggest if i should wait for new i20. By when is that expected to hit Indian Market?

    Reply
    1. The vehicle should be out (according to our sources) in September 2014.

      Reply
  3. Rakesh says:

    Hi Anjan,

    I am planning for existing i20 in a months time, is it worth to wait for 4 months for new i20??

    Reply
    1. Deep Punia says:

      Wait

      Reply

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