The yet-to-be-named Hyundai Xcent successor will not replace the Hyundai Xcent right away. The old model will continue being sold alongside as long as possible, although only in a taxi version. The all-new sedan will have a front fascia similar to that of the hatchback it will be based on. A contrasting honeycomb pattern of its Cascading grille will differentiate its front fascia from the base car.
Coming on to the sides, the all-new sedan's greenhouse will also be of the similar sportier shape as that of the hatchback's. It will now also feature much sassier machine-finished alloy wheels. While at the back, its newly designed boot lid should have a much cleaner design; the license plate indentation has been shifted to the bumper. Also, it flaunts new edgier combination lamps and LED tail lights giving the rear-end a fresher look.
On the inside, expect it to sport a similar cabin as seen on the Grand i10 Nios. But additionally, it may sport some new feature which will be exclusive to it. Furthermore, it is expected to have a different colour coding to make it look more elegant.
Under the hood, the Xcent successor will make use of a BS-VI 1.2L Kappa petrol engine or a BS-VI U2 1.2L diesel engine. The petrol engine has been reportedly tuned to produce 81 PS and 114 Nm, while the diesel will churn out 74 PS and 190 Nm. 5-speed manual and 5-speed automated manual will be the transmissions available.