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Hyundai has unveiled the new i20 ahead of its official debut at the Geneva Motor Show.
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Hyundai offers pre-Geneva glimpse of new i20

Hyundai offers pre-Geneva glimpse of new i20

Hot on the heels of the i30, Hyundai has revealed the all-new i20 ahead of its debut at the 82nd International Motor Show in Geneva.

In order, to drum up interest in the motor, the South Korean manufacturer has boasted about the model's efficiency.

At 84g/km, Hyundai claims that the i20 has the lowest-ever CO2 emissions of any conventional powertrain.

The updated body design is said to be influenced by "fluidic sculpture", while passengers are being enticed by a five-year "Triple Care standard".

Allan Rushford, senior vice-president and chief operating officer of Hyundai Motor Europe, said: "The i20 has been very popular with European buyers since it came to market in 2009, thanks to its combination of efficiency, quality, practicality and value. 

"With an enhanced engine line-up that includes the lowest CO2 emissions for a conventional powertrain, and sharper styling influenced by fluidic sculpture, the All New i20 will appeal to a broader range of buyers, including younger consumers."

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