Hyundai has revealed pictures of their upcoming ix20 mini-MPV. It will makes its live debut September 30th at the Paris Motor Show.
Details are very scarce as of now, but Hyundai claims it will have class-leading CO2 emissions and fuel economy. They also say it will have the latest in passive and active safety technologies. More details should be revealed during the car’s live debut.
THINKING OUTSIDE OF THE BOX – ix20 TO MAKE A PARIS DEBUT
– All-new Hyundai mini-MPV to be revealed at Paris Motor Show
– Facelifted version of best-selling i10 unveiled
– Class-leading CO2 emissions for both models
Hyundai will kick off an intensive period of product launches by unveiling two important new models at this year’s Paris Motor Show.
First of these exciting new models is Hyundai’s new B-segment MPV, named ix20. The ix20 is the second European model to adopt Hyundai’s new ‘fluidic sculpture’ design language which helps differentiate it from the boxy ‘minivan’ image typically associated with the segment.
On sale from mid November in the UK, ix20 is expected to attract young families with its excellent all-round package: class-leading fuel economy and low CO2 emissions; the latest in active and passive safety technologies; and the company’s groundbreaking Five Year Triple Care warranty.
The ix20 will be joined at the show by the facelifted version of Hyundai’s best selling i10 city car. The new i10 features comprehensive visual and mechanical improvements, including a new 1.0-litre engine with CO2 emissions of just 99 g/km. The new version of the i10 will go on sale early in 2011.
Hyundai’s Paris show press conference will take place at 16:15 (CET) on Thursday 30th September.