Tuesday 28 August 2007

2008 Hyundai i20/Getz/Click spied

The first sighting of the next Hyundai Getz was in Germany in a car park but now Hyundai has descended to the Spanish mountains to do some hot-weather testing on their next generation B-Segment car.

The name Getz could be replaced in Europe with "i20" so its in sequence with the recently launched Hyundai i30.

The new supermini has grown considerably compared to its predecessor. Judging by it's size, its almost as long as the Vauxhall/Opel Corsa.

A few interior shots reveal the test cars having a satellite navigation built into the centre console. Hopefully, Hyundai will offer this standard on upper grades, but if not it should be optional. The air vents on the test car are rectangular and there will be a 3 spoke steering wheel but there is no sign of steering-wheel audio controls.

The 'i20' will go on sale mid 2008 across Europe with a possible price tag of £6,995 for the entry level model.

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