a name synonymous with fluidic designing seems to have raised the bar once more
on that front. This is apparent in the design renderings of the all-new “The
Elite i20” revealed by the company. The car was designed at Hyundai Motor’s
Design Centre Europe in Rüsselsheim, Germany. Bookings for “The Elite i20” have
commenced from August 01, 2014 in India.
India correspondents will be driving the car mid-August 2014 and will carry a
detailed report in the September 2014 issue of Motown India magazine.
new version of the model features the brand’s ‘Fluidic Sculpture 2.0’ design
philosophy, in a sophisticated and distinctive design. The fluidic design by
Hyundai became so popular in the country when it was introduced in their cars
several years ago, that several of Hyundai Motor India competitors too started
aping that design in some form or the other.
the new design rendering, the long hood and generous shape create a powerful
stance for the all-new i20. The body sides are sculpted yet the overall
architecture is clear and simple, with the cabin sitting cleanly on the body. The
dark treatment of the C-pillar visually accentuates the car’s length.
front presents a bold new interpretation of the well-established Hyundai
hexagonal grille and a new thin horizontal strip connecting the headlamps, a
company release stated. Not to miss are the wrap-around rear window. The unique
treatment for the lamp clusters combine with the car’s hatchback proportions to
create a distinctive design.
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