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2021 Jeep Compass Facelift Unveiled In India - carandbike
The 2021 Jeep Compass facelift has finally been unveiled today and it is quite similar to the one that was unveiled at the 2020 Guangzhou Auto Show.
The Jeep Compass arrived in the Indian market back in 2017 and finally after three years it's getting a significant mid-life update. It is the company's most affordable SUV in our market and Jeep India has been making frequent upgrades in its line-up over the course of time. The 2021 Jeep Compass facelift has been unveiled today and it is quite similar to the one that was unveiled at the 2020 Guangzhou Auto Show. So while there are very subtle updates in its looks, it has received some substantial upgrades in the features department. Also Read:Jeep Compass Facelift Unveil: Highlights The Jeep Compass facelift looks similar to the model unveiled at the 2020 Guangzhou Auto Show. The updates on the outside are minimal and one would need a close look to get the difference. For starters, there is a new body colour option along with subtle cosmetic changes like the tweaked seven-slat grille, new full-LED headlights, new alloy wheels and new LED taillights. Both bumpers, front and rear bumpers have been revised as well and it also gets a wider honeycomb mesh airdam upfront giving it an even more butch appeal. Now it's on the inside where we get to see some substantial upgrades. For instance, it gets a new dashboard that now sports a bigger 10.1-inch touchscreen unit while the switch knobs for the climate control and push start-stop have been re-positioned and have a knurled finish on them. There is new treatment for the interiors with soft-touch upholstery and there is a new steering wheel as well along with an updated instrument panel. Then Jeep has also increased the storage space in central console. Also Read: Jeep Compass Facelift India Launch: Price Expectation On the inside the Jeep Compass facelift gets new infotainment screen and updated interiors. The new and bigger 10.1-inch touchscreen unit is the biggest update in the features department and there is also a new 10-inch inch HD instrument cluster display. It is based on FCA's new Uconnect 5 technology that has an android based operating system. So it now gets connected car features along with voice command assist and over-the-air (OTA) updates and will continue to offer features like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto among others. As before, the new Jeep Compass will be equipped with seven-airbags, antilock braking system (ABS) with electronic brake-force distribution (EBD) and a host of electronics including electronic stability program (ESP), brake assist (BA), terrain modes, hill assist (HA) and hill descent control (HDC) among others. Also Read: FCA To Launch Four New Locally-Produced Jeep SUVs In India By 2022; Invests $250 Million For Product Line-Up Expansion Mechanically, the Jeep Compass facelift remains unchanged. Under the hood, the 2021 Jeep Compass will continue to feature both the existing BS6 powertrains - the Multi-air petrol and Multi-jet diesel unit. The 1.4-litre, four-cylinder, Multi-Air petrol engine will be mated to either a six-speed manual gearbox or a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission (DCT). While the 2.0-litre, four-cylinder, Multi-Jet diesel engine will be paired with either a six-speed manual transmission or a nine-speed automatic transmission. The new Jeep Compass will continue to rival the likes of the Volkswagen T-Roc, Skoda Karoq, 2020 Tata Harrier and the MG Hector Facelift that's going on sale today itself. For the latest auto news and reviews, follow carandbike.com on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
2021 Toyota Fortuner Facelift Launched In India; Prices Start At Rs. 29.98 Lakh - carandbike
The Toyota Fortuner has received a mid-life update after a good four years and has been updated with new looks, more features and better performance.
The 2021 Toyota Fortuner facelift has been launched in India with prices starting at ₹ 29.98 lakh for the base petrol variant and going all the way up to ₹ 37.43 lakh for the range-topping four-wheel drive (4WD) diesel automatic variant. This time around, the Fortuner range also sees an addition of a sportier Legender variant that's been priced at ₹ 37.58 lakh, (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi). The Toyota Fortuner has received a mid-life update after a long span of four years and has been updated with new looks, more features and better performance.
|2021 Toyota Fortuner Facelift Variants||Prices (Ex-Showroom, Delhi)|
|2021 Toyota Fortuner Petrol MT 4x2||₹ 29.98 lakh|
|2021 Toyota Fortuner Petrol AT 4x2||₹ 31.57 lakh|
|2021 Toyota Fortuner Diesel MT 4x2||₹ 32.48 lakh|
|2021 Toyota Fortuner Diesel AT 4x2||₹ 34.84 lakh|
|2021 Toyota Fortuner Diesel MT 4x4||₹ 35.14 lakh|
|2021 Toyota Fortuner Diesel AT 4x4||₹ 37.43 lakh|
|2021 Toyota Fortuner Legender 4x2||₹ 37.58 lakh|
FCA To Launch Four New Locally-Produced Jeep SUVs In India By 2022; Invests $250 Million For Product Line-Up Expansion - carandbike
Jeep India has committed this investment towards the production of four new Jeep SUVs, which includes the new 2021 India-made Jeep Compass, locally produced three-row Jeep SUV, Wrangler and new-gen Grand Cherokee.
FCA India today officially announced an expansion of local product line-up for the Indian market, by making an investment of more than $250 million. The carmaker has committed this investment towards the production of four new Jeep SUVs, which includes the new 2021 India-made Jeep Compass, locally produced three-row Jeep SUV, Wrangler and new-gen Grand Cherokee. All four new products will be launched in the Indian market by the end of next year. Also Read: 2021 Jeep Compass Facelift: What To Expect The 2021 Jeep Compass will come in a new dark green colour The carmaker also announced that both the Jeep Wrangler and the next-generation Grand Cherokee flagship SUVs will be locally assembled in FCA's joint venture manufacturing facility in Ranjangaon. This means both the SUVs are expected to become cheaper in terms of pricing once locally produced. The announcement of four new Jeep SUVs rules out the Renegade for now. Moreover, the launch of the already announced subcompact SUV is likely to be deferred beyond 2022. The 2021 Jeep Compass facelift will be unveiled in India on January 7, while the production has already commenced. Jeep's luxury seven-seat mid-size SUV, which is codenamed H6, will go on sale in 2022. It will be positioned between Compass and locally-produced Grand Cherokee in Jeep's product portfolio. It will compete against the like of Toyota Fortuner despite a mid-size offering. Jeep Wrangler and the next-generation Grand Cherokee flagship SUVs will be locally assembled in FCA's joint venture manufacturing facility in Ranjangaon Commenting on today's announcement, FCA India Managing Director, Dr Partha Datta said, Our new investment of $250 million will give us a competitive edge in multiple segments with our new Jeep SUVs rolling out of Ranjangaon. This investment is in addition to $450 million we have already committed to our Indian operations over the past five years. We are delighted to announce our exciting new products, coupled with our continued commitment to India in Jeep brand's 80th anniversary year. Also Read: Lego Technic Reveals Jeep Wrangler Rubicon He further said, We are determined to increase locally-made componentry in our vehicles which are produced in our joint venture manufacturing facility. Our plans in India are aimed at increasing the value proposition for customers through our products and services, working hard on customer satisfaction and unlocking business opportunities for our business partners. For the latest auto news and reviews, follow carandbike.com on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
2021 Audi A4 Facelift Review - carandbike
The 2021 Audi A4 facelift is the car with which Audi India kicks off the New Year. It is the car which shaped the brand identity for the company in India. But how much does it improve over its predecessor? We spend some time with the car and find out.
2020 was a tricky year but Audi did well to roll out a slew of launches which included the Q8, RSQ8, RS7 Sportback, A8L and its last launch was the Q2, which serves as the entry-point for customers buying into the four-ring brand. And building on its launches from last year, the company decided to start 2021 with the proverbial bang in form of the new Audi A4 facelift. Audi has already begun manufacturing the car at its plant in Aurangabad and the bookings for the luxury sedan are now open too. We got an opportunity to spend some time with the new A4 sedan and test it. Watch Our 2021 Audi A4 Review Also Read:2021 Audi A4 Facelift Launch Date Revealed Design (The front end on the new A4 sees significant change in the form of a new, wider grille and new LED headlights) Starting off with the design, it is clear that the A4 facelift is a handsome car. The front end is completely revised, with a newly designed bumper that looks sexier and the signature single-frame grille becomes wider, offering an aggressive look. The LED headlights too are completely new and the LED daytime running lights get a new pattern, differentiating it from the previous model. (The profile of the new A4 facelift is racy and the silhouette looks sporty. The design of the alloys are boring though!) View it in profile and you see that the car is slightly sportier, with all the edges and creases which culminate into the sporty rear section, with re-designed LED taillights, a new bumper and the strip of chrome joining the lights. The overall sporty design is accentuated by the dual tailpipes. The only thing that could have been better is the design of the 17-inch alloys. They look pale in comparison to the overall look of the car. (The dashboard design is similar to the outgoing model, but the 10.1-inch touchscreen is brand new) Along with the exterior, the new A4 gets few updates to the interior too. And the party piece is the new 10.1-inch MMI screen. Yes, it is an all-new unit and of course it does get smartphone connectivity in the form of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. (The fit and finish inside the new A4 is top notch, as you would expect a car from this segment) The feel is very tactile, it offers a capacitive touch and it is very easy to use. Apart from that there is a row of buttons and the AC controls right below the vents, which feel good to hold and operate. Overall, the fit and finish inside the car is very premium and is in line with what you would expect from a car in this segment. Also Read:2021 Audi A4 Facelift Pre-Bookings Begin In India Dynamics (The new A4 offers a good shove of torque in the mid-range. The motor feels refined as well) The new A4 gets a 2.0-litre turbo petrol engine under the hood which makes 187 bhp and 320 Nm of peak torque. The motor is paired to a 7-speed S-tronic gearbox. With the new A4 as well, Audi continues with its no-diesel policy, at least for the foreseeable future. A lack of diesel engine option may dissuade potential customers. One also gets five types of setup for the car which can be engaged via the Audi Drive Select buttons. The driver can choose from efficiency, comfort, dynamic, auto and an individual setup. The feel of the steering and the engine characteristics vary depending on the setup that is selected. (The new 2.0-litre petrol engine makes 187 bhp and 320 Nm of peak torque. It is paired to a 7-speed DSG gearbox) The new A4 definitely offers a shove of torque in the mid-range. The engine itself is refined and yet is sporty enough to make your driving experience happy. Give it the beans and the car does feel that it can do the 0-100 kmph sprint in just 7.3 seconds, well, that's what Audi claims! But no, the engine is fun and it is engaging, more importantly, because the 7-speed gearbox is a joy. It is precise and offers smooth shifts. (The new A4 gets a slightly stiff suspension setup, but quite likeable. The car keeps you comfortable over broken patches of tarmac) The steering does not wow you in terms of feedback and a little livelier unit could have added to the sporty feel but then, it does the job well, is light and convenient at low speeds and weighs up nicely as you increase the speed. The A4 may not feel as engaging as the 3 Series when you chuck it into a corner but then it does the job well. In terms of ride quality on the car it feels slightly stiff, but the likeable types. It will keep you comfortable over broken patches of tarmac unless you hit one at high speed. Tech and Safety (The new 10.1-inch touchscreen offers a tactile touch experience and is easy to operate as well) The overall design of the dashboard does not change drastically. Even the single file of AC vents stays the same as before. Audi will launch the new A4 in two trims which are premium plus and technology. The premium plus variant gets an 8.8-inch MMI touchscreen while the technology variant will have the bigger 10.1-inch MMI Plus that brings MMI navigation. The premium plus misses out on the Audi virtual cockpit and wireless charging while the technology trim gets both these features. Both trims get features like ambient lighting and sunroof. In terms of safety, the new A4 gets 8 airbags along with ABS as standard. The top-spec technology trim also gets auto park assist as standard fitment. Expected Prices (We expect the prices of the 2021 Audi A4 to start at ₹ 42 lakh, ex-showroom) The launch of the new Audi A4 is just around the corner and we expect the prices to start at about ₹ 42 lakh to ₹ 45 lakh or so. The A4 will go up against its German counterparts in the Mercedes-Benz C-Class and the BMW 3 Series. Plus, the 2021 Volvo S60 will be launched in March 2021 as well. Verdict (The New Audi A4 will go up against the likes of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, BMW 3 Series and the Volvo S60, when it is launched in India) The A4 facelift continues to be a comfortable and a spacious sedan with enough room for 4 people. The upholstery looks and feels premium and the rear seat offers good amount of headroom and knee room should you be one of those who spend more time at the rear. The new Audi A4 does look good and with the equipment on offer, it can do a number on the Volvo S60. It strikes a balance between performance and comfort although it will be interesting to see how this car matches up to its rivals in the real world. For now, the Audi A4 facelift does impress! The A4 is the car which shaped Audi's brand identity in India and it will continue to be an important car for the company in our market. For the latest auto news and reviews, follow carandbike.com on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
Tesla Falls Short Of Its 5 Lakh Annual Delivery Goal Despite 36% Sale Increase - carandbike
The EV maker on Saturday announced that it has delivered 499,500 units cars for the year 2020 including 180,570 units of SUVs and sedans.
Tesla, the American electric carmaker on Saturday announced that it produced half a million vehicles in the year 2020. Though Tesla's annual sales rose by 36 per cent, the company fell slightly short of its annual goal to deliver 5 lakh vehicles. For the year 2020, the company delivered 499,500 units which are just 500 units less than the original target. The California-based EV maker delivered 180,570 SUVs and sedans during the fourth quarter of 2020 including 161,650 units of Model 3/Y and 18,920 units of Model S/X. Also Read: Electric Vehicle Maker Tesla To deliver China-Made Model Y SUVs This Month Tesla delivered 161,650 units of the Model 3/Y in the last quarter of 2020 The target of 5 lakh deliveries in 2020 was set by CEO Elon Musk before the coronavirus pandemic. Despite several difficulties, the company stuck to its goal even when the pandemic forced its only U.S. assembly plant to close for several weeks. In 2020, we produced and delivered half a million cars. Huge thanks to all those who made this possible.https://t.co/q43vz6RMhd Tesla (@Tesla) January 2, 2021 Till September 2020, Tesla had delivered more than 318,350 lakh vehicles worldwide, including 139,300 lakh record deliveries in the third quarter. The company produced just over 145,036 lakh units and delivered nearly 139,300 lakh vehicles in the third quarter. To achieve the target, Tesla was required to shatter the record and despatch 181,650 lakh vehicles from October through December. Last month, CEO Elon Musk asked employees through email to increase the production for the rest of the quarter as much as possible. Later, the company told workers at the Fremont plant that production lines for Model S and X will remain shut from December 24 until January 11, 2021, suggesting Model 3 and Model Y small SUV are in more demand than the Model S and the Model X. Also Read: Tesla Secures Long-Term Lithium Hydroxide Supply With Yahua All Tesla cars delivered in the final three days of the year will get three months of the Full Self-Driving option for free. Delivery & docs must be fully complete by midnight Dec 31st. Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 29, 2020 As the company was approaching closer to the 5 lakh deliveries target, Musk tried to boost sales by tweeting that all Tesla cars delivered in the last three days of the year would receive three months of full self-driving option for free. Do note, the self-driving option on the Tesla car costs around $10,000. For the latest auto news and reviews, follow carandbike.com on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
Honda To Discontinue Civic And CR-V In India As Production Shifts To Tapukara Plant - carandbike
Following the stoppage of production at its Greater Noida plant, Honda Cars India has now discontinued both the Civic and the CR-V models in India, This is because the company cannot make them at the Tapukara facility.
Honda Cars India will be discontinuing its flagship models - the Civic sedan and the CR-V SUV in the country. This announcement follows the company's decision to end vehicle production at its Greater Noida plant and move its entire production unit to the Honda Tapukara plant in the Alwar district, Rajasthan. Commenting on the development, a Honda Cars India spokesperson told carandbike, "Due to the stoppage of production in Greater Noida Unit, there will be no production of CR-V and Civic as both these models cannot be made in Tapukara plant which was conceived as an integrated plant with high efficiency to produce small and mid-size cars." Honda which is moving its entire production unit to the Tapukara plant says it cannot make the CR-V and Civic at the facility In addition to production-related issues, we also have to consider the fact that both the Honda Civic and the CR-V have been two of the lowest selling models in the company's line-up. In the last six months alone, the company only sold about 850 units of the Civic and a little over 100 units of the CR-V in India. In comparison, the newly launched 7th gen Honda City accounts for an average of 4000 units a month, while the WR-V is good for about over 1000 units a month. The Honda Amaze continued to be the company's top-seller at about 5000 units a month, while the Honda Jazz accounts for nearly 700 units a month, on an average. Also Read: Honda Announces Year-End Offers Of Up To 2.5 Lakh On Its BS6 Cars The Honda Civic came with a 1.8-litre i-VTEC petrol engine develops 139 bhp and 174 Nm of peak torque, while paired with only the CVT automatic, and a 1.6-litre i-DTEC diesel engine makes 118 bhp and 300 Nm of peak torque, while paired with only a 6-speed manual transmission. The CR-V got a 2.0-litre, 4-cylinder, SOHC i-VTEC petrol that also powers the regular model. The petrol mill is tuned to produce 152 bhp at 6,500 rpm and 189 Nm at 4,300 rpm and comes mated to a CVT unit. The Honda Civic was priced between ₹ 17.94 lakh and ₹ 22.35 lakh, whereas the CR-V was priced from ₹ 28.27 lakh to ₹ 29.50 lakh (all ex-showroom, Delhi). Interestingly, in September 2020 Honda showcased the facelifted CR-V globally, and it is also working on the next-generation Civic sedan. However, with the exiting models being discontinued here, and Honda India shutting the Greater Noida plant's production unit, the chances to the cars coming to India are bleak. For the latest auto news and reviews, follow carandbike.com on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
Harley-Davidson To Continue India Operations January 2021 Onwards - CarandBike
Harley-Davidson India will continue its India Operations beyond January 2021. The company said that activities like sales, services, parts availability, HOG rallies and sales of merchandise will continue like normal.
About a couple of months ago, Harley-Davidson announced its exit from the Indian market. The company did sign a partnership and distribution agreement with Hero MotoCorp for selling and servicing Harley-Davidson motorcycles, selling parts and accessories, as well as general merchandise, riding gear and apparel through a network of brand-exclusive Harley-Davidson dealers and Hero's existing dealership network in India. Now, the company has offered better clarity on its India operations January 2021 onwards, via a statement. Also Read:Hero MotoCorp to Sell And Market Harley-Davidson Bikes In India (Harley-Davidson says it will continue to launch new motorcycles in India) Sajeev Rajasekharan, Managing Director - Asia Emerging Markets and India, Harley-Davidson, said, "As we change our business model in India, we are pleased to be continuing our journey in the country together with Hero MotoCorp. We are working closely with Hero to ensure a smooth transition for our riders. We are providing our riders with updates as available and have assured them that Harley-Davidson motorcycle, parts and accessories and general merchandise sales, as well as after-sale services, warranty and H.O.G. activities will continue from January 2021 onwards." Also Read:Harley-Davidson India Dealers Left In The Lurch; Considering Legal Options (Harley-Davidson and Hero MotoCorp have signed a partnership and distribution agreement where Hero will manufacture and sell H-D motorcycles) The statement makes it clear that H-D India will continue its India operation as per plan. The good news is that Harley is aiming to resume HOG (Harley Owners Group) activities as well. Plus, the company has promised to keep the riders informed of updates as and when available. Plus the company also says that it will continue to launch new motorcycles in India under its agreement with Hero MotoCorp. Also Read:Harley-Davidson Decides To Exit India (Harley-Davidson has 33 dealerships across India, and dealers say the compensation offered to them is unreasonable) Current Harley-Davidson dealers will continue their operations till December 31, 2020 and new dealerships and service points will announced later. Harley-Davidson dealers in India have spoken out against the American motorcycle brand's decision to exit operations in India. The dealers say that Harley-Davidson has left them in the lurch, and the compensation offered to them is far below expectations, calling it 'unreasonable' and 'peanuts' compared to the investments each of the 33 Harley-Davidson dealerships has made across the country over the years. The dealers say Harley-Davidson never intimated them about the company's plans to exit the Indian market, and they only got to know about the news through media reports. The dealers had appointed law firm AZB & Partners and are exploring legal options as well. But there hasn't been a development since then. More details will be revealed towards the end of December 2020 about Harley-Davidson's future plans for India. For the latest auto news and reviews, follow carandbike.com on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
New Gen Hyundai i20 Receives 10,000 Bookings - CarandBike
The Hyundai i20 is available in 4 variants Magna, Sportz, Asta and Asta (O) and in 3 engine options.
The Hyundai i20 was launched today and prices started at ₹ 6.80 lakh and the premium hatchback comes with a lot more tech and of course powertrain options. The Hyundai i20 is available in 4 variants Magna, Sportz, Asta and Asta (O) and in 3 engine options. It's probably because of the magnitude of choice that is on offer, the company has received more than 10,000 bookings for the car till date. The company had kick started bookings for the i20. In just 9 days the company has received these bookings and the numbers are certainly encouraging. Also Read: New Generation Hyundai i20 Launched; Prices Here Given that the i20 is launched ahead of the festive season, it becomes extremely important for the company to get such numbers because, that is effectively a boost in terms of sales. The i20 has been a strong seller for the company, and the new generation looks to add more value to the customers. The company has already announced that it will have the lowest cost of ownership in the segment, a claim that we wait to hear from people who buy the car. 2020 Hyundai i20 Prices: (Ex-Showroom, India)
|1.2-litre||5MT||₹ 6,79,900||₹ 7,59,900||₹ 8,69,900||₹ 9,19,900|
|1.2-litre||IVT||₹ 8,59,900||₹ 9,69,900|
|1.0-litre||IMT||₹ 8,79,900||₹ 9,89,900|
|1.0-litre||7DCT||₹ 10,66,900||₹ 11,17,900|
|1.5-litre Diesel||6MT||₹ 8,19,900||₹ 8,99,900||₹ 10,59,900|
2020 Hyundai i20 Launched In India; Prices Start At Rs. 6.80 Lakh - CarandBike
The new-generation Hyundai i20 is available in 4 variants Magna, Sportz, Asta and Asta (O), and the car is completely new in design, features, and even engines, while retaining its competitive pricing.
Hyundai India has launched the new-generation i20 in the country and prices start at ₹ 6.80 lakh (ex-showroom India). The all-new Hyundai i20 is based on the K Platform and is longer, wider and has a longer wheelbase as well. Available in both petrol and diesel variants, the new i20 has a lot to offer. The prices for the petrol variants start at ₹ 6.80 lakh and go all the way up to ₹ 11.18 lakh. The diesel model costs ₹ 8.20 lakh and tops out at ₹ 10.60 lakh (ex-showroom India). The Hyundai i20 is available in 4 variants Magna, Sportz, Asta and Asta (O). A lot has changed with the new generation of the car and so we take you through every aspect. Do note the prices are introductory and will be valid till December 31, 2020. WATCH: 2020 Hyundai i20 First Look Also Read: Third Generation Hyundai i20 Will Be Safest Iteration Yet 2020 Hyundai i20 Prices: (Ex-Showroom, India)
|1.2-litre||5MT||₹ 6,79,900||₹ 7,59,900||₹ 8,69,900||₹ 9,19,900|
|1.2-litre||IVT||₹ 8,59,900||₹ 9,69,900|
|1.0-litre||IMT||₹ 8,79,900||₹ 9,89,900|
|1.0-litre||7DCT||₹ 10,66,900||₹ 11,17,900|
|1.5-litre Diesel||6MT||₹ 8,19,900||₹ 8,99,900||₹ 10,59,900|
2020 Hyundai i20 Launch Live Updates: Specifications, Prices, Features, Images, Bookings, Deliveries - CarandBike
The new i20 will be offered in Magna, Sportz, Asta and Asta (O) variants and there will be a wide range of engine and gearbox combinations to choose from.
The new-generation Hyundai i20 is one of the highly anticipated launches of this year and it is finally going on sale in India today. The new i20 will be offered in Magna, Sportz, Asta and Asta (O) variants and there will be a wide range of engine and gearbox combinations. It's also been developed from ground up and gets a complete overhaul and starting with the design. It looks bolder and sharp now and the stance is sportier too accentuated by a sloping hood up front. The cascading grille and the headlight cluster are completely new as well and add to the bold look. The rear too has been completely revamped and sports a new bootlid and Z-Shaped sharp looking taillights. Also Read: New 2020 Hyundai i20 Premium Hatchback: Price Expectation In India New 2020 Hyundai i20 has been completely redesigned. The new Hyundai i20 can resist a rain shower of 60 mm per minute or 3,600 mm per hour and it uses 66 per cent high strength steel and 5,400 tons stamping on the press shop. This procedure helps making the car both high tensile and lighter in weight and then it has used high quality grade coils for sculpting. There are over 4,400 welding spots in each car at small gaps to ensure its structural rigidity and 80 per cent of the cars' parts are fixed using systemised stage 3 dynamic tightening with 700 plus joints. Also Read: 2020 Hyundai i20: What To Expect The cabin of the new i20 is completely new and the car will get a bunch of new features too. The cabin of the new i20 has been completely reworked and it is likely to be finished in all-black. The long list of features will include digital instrument cluster, 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment unit, flat-bottom steering with mounted controls, dual airbags, rear AC vents, charging sockets, Hyundai's BlueLink connected car technology and a sunroof among others. Also Read: Third-Generation Hyundai i20 To Be Exported From India To Global Markets The 2020 Hyundai i20 looks sharper than its predecessor. The new i20 will share its engine line-up with the Hyundai Venue. So, there will be three engine options which include the 1.2-litre petrol, the 1.5-litre diesel and the 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol engines. Gearbox options will include an IVT (CVT) automatic gearbox with the petrol engine, a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission (DCT) or a six-speed iMT gearbox with the 1.0-litre-turbo engine while a five-speed manual transmission will be standard.