Just like before, the all-new Hyundai i20 will continue to be offered in four variants – Magna, Sportz, Asta, and the Asta (O). The 1.0-litre turbo petrol will only come with the new iMT and the 7-speed DCT
Earlier this week Hyundai shared the first official images of the all-new i20 and commenced bookings for a minimum amount of Rs 21,000. The premium hatchback is all set to be launched on 5th November. Just like before, the i20 – which now loses the ‘Elite’ prefix – will continue to be offered in four variants – Magna, Sportz, Asta and Asta (O).
All four variants will be offered with multiple engine and transmission options. As you’d expect, the base Magna trim will be on sale with the 1.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol motor or the 1.5-litre turbo diesel. Both engines will only be offered with a manual transmission in this variant. The petrol will come paired with a 5-speed manual while the diesel will be offered with a 6-speed manual.
Aside from the aforementioned combinations, Hyundai will also offer the 1.2-litre petrol with a CVT option in the Sportz trim. Customers can also opt for the 1.0-litre turbo petrol motor with the iMT (Intelligent Manual Transmission aka. Clutchless manual) in this variant.
Next up, the Asta variants. Interestingly, Hyundai will not offer this trim with the 1.5-litre diesel – it will only be sold in the 1.2 MT/CVT and the 1.0 iMT and DCT options. The fully-loaded Asta (O), however, will see the return of the 1.5-litre diesel manual. The 1.2 CVT and the 1.0 iMT will not be offered in this variant though.
The 1.2-litre NA petrol with the 5-speed manual is the only combination to be offered in all four variant options. The higher-end Asta and Asta (O), will also come with the option of a dual-tone paint scheme.