Hyundai’s European R&D team with a company but part of the Brabus Group has developed the i20 Sport Edition, in collaboration with German high-performance aftermarket tuning company Car Research and Development (CRD), also world premiere at the Paris Auto Show 2010. Hyundai i20 Sport Edition limited run model and production in the first half of 2011.
Hyundai i20 was equipped with body-colored bumpers, wheel arches, a strain of the lattice light, lamp black bezel, day sidelights as well. Features of the car include glossy B-pillar, smoked windows and dark red tinted rear lights. This new devise is completed by the new 17-inch Brabus alloy wheels wrapped in Yokohama tires.
The modified car inserts wide collection of styling enhancements to the i20 supermini’s interior and exterior that gives a sporty and sophisticated look to the vehicle. High-quality materials are used for the interior of the car to gives deluxe touch.
Inside, a luxurious dimension is added to the sporty theme. Orange leather Recaro seats, a black leather gearshift cover with orange-colored seams, a chrome gear shift knob, a leather-wrapped center console, leather-covered door panels, and a 7-inch touch screen navigation all bring added verve to the driving experience.
Also available as either 3dr or 5dr model, it will be manufactured in Hyundai’s existing i20 plants in either India or Turkey, depending on the market.