The i20 model, which Hyundai produced at the Izmit factory and exported to 45 countries, will meet the car lovers with its new face at the Geneva Motor Show in March.

South Korean manufacturer Hyundai shared the first drawings of the new generation of the model i20 in the B-segment. It is seen that the car produced in the brand's factory in Izmit and exported to more than 45 countries will be more sporty than the model it will replace, according to the shared drawings.

In the exterior design of the car, the chrome-plated C-pillar reminiscent of the boomerang, the Z-shaped longitudinal LED backlight group and the fuel filler flap integrated to the left side of the taillights stand out.

An image of the interior of the car has not been shared by Hyundai yet. However, according to the information given, the horizontal cockpit design that covers the dashboard will be adopted in the new generation of the car.

It is also reported that the new i20's cockpit will feature two 10.25-inch screens.

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