Again, unlikely to happen. Unless Hyundai wants this to compete with Honda Accord in US.
Recently, rumour of Hyundai entering the pickup market resurfaces. Well, here are my impressions.
Just toying with the idea of an i20 sedan, basically just the Verna (also known as Accent or Solaris) with the new front fascia of facelifted i20.
Read somewhere there will be a 3-door variant of the i30 with powerful turbocharged engines. Anyway that got me curious as to how the 3-door i30 might look. I did lower the roof, thicken the pillars and enlarged the wheels.
Above is my entry for Carspyshots.net Photoshop Contest 36. The theme this time is to choose any production car that was shown at IAA 2011 as the base for a rendering.
Above is my entry for Carspyshots.net Photoshop Contest 27.
My impression of how the next i30 might look. Basically I turn the Avante/Elantra into a 5-door hatch, with a front grille that’s similar to the i40, and the rear of Verna/Accent hatchback.
The Hyundai Genesis Coupe has been around since 2008. This is my idea of a mid-life facelift, by giving it the front bumper similar to that seen on Hyundai i-Flow Concept.
Am curious on how the European Hyundai i40 might look if it has the Sonata face. What do you guys think? Vote below. This mid-size Hyundai touring… should wear the Sonata face better with the i40 front don’t agree with either front design
Automotive News recently reported that Hyundai told dealers attending the brand’s make meeting today that a two-door coupe version of the 2011 Elantra will go on sale this spring. So why have the Elantra/Avante when they’ve just launched the Veloster?