Over the last one week several images of the Hyundai Eon in the form of spy shots have made their way to the web. Yesterday we posted four crystal clear images revealing the well built interior and a strong interpretation of Hyundai's Fluidic design. Now we have our friends at Overdrive.in completing the puzzle with (what looks like) two stunning studio shots of a sunshine yellow Eon weeks before its official unveiling.
The tail lamps show a close resemblance to the Verna hatchback from North America. The butcher knife-like stoplamp is the stand out feature for the trailing motorist. The stretched back headlamps glide over the profile of the wheel arches and we expect to see this on the next generation i10 (Code - BA) as well. The upward kink near the C-Pillar and the hexagonal grille are from the pages of the i10's design manual. The triangular fog light is reminiscent of the new Camry.
For a price of around 3 lakh rupees, the Eon is visually stunning and thoughtfully done interiors. Hyundai has sold not one but three successful hatchbacks in India and the data collected from these customers are put to good use in the Eon project. To launch an assault on the Alto, the Eon is armed with the necessary artillery, strategy and is at the vantage point.
[Image Source - OverDrive.in]