With the changing of the Hyundai i20 generation, there is also a new family member in the realm of performance. The All-New i20 N has officially topped the ranks of the manufacturer’s compact hatchback.
Hyundai ‘Prophecy’ Concept EV: Inspired by the Company’s Sensuous Sportiness and Optimistic Futurism
Prophecy will inspire the design of the second-generation Hyundai Ioniq which is likely to be present in 2021. The environmentally friendly car will share the Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP) with 45 concepts, which will be launched before the end of 2020.
While the electric motor is capable of producing a power output of 38 kW with a maximum torque of 205 Nm. The system produces 195 PS power. Hyundai claims this hybrid technology can save fuel up to 20.1 km/liter.
The big news for the 2021 model is the addition of an all-new hybrid variant. The car features a 1.6 liter Atkinson GDI four-cylinder engine, an electric motor, and a 1.32 kWh lithium-ion battery that is placed under the rear seat. The arrangement gives the car a combined output of up to 139 hp (104 kW / 141 PS) and 195 lb-ft (264 Nm) of torque.
The emergence of Hyundai Santa Cruz is one of Hyundai’s strategies to dominate the car domestic market in the US. For this reason, this new pickup truck base was taken from one of their SUVs, the Hyundai Tucson. That also causes the Hyundai Santa Cruz to have a four-door double-cabin and five-seat.
The Hyundai Kona full-electric facelift SUV will still be built at the Hyundai plant in Ulsan, South Korea but the continuation of the release has been halted as the COVID-19 cases are still high. The Hyundai Kona Electric is marketed from £ 30,750.
Sonata 2020 will use a 2.0 Liter gasoline capacity engine with 160 HP with peak torque of 14.4 Lb.ft. The power will be channeled to the two front wheels using a 6-speed automatic transmission.