We aren’t sure about how strongly this is going to hold, but a report on internet had claimed Hyundai is ascertaining a wagon based on the new-gen i20.
Referring to company’s design chief of Europe, Thomas Buerkle, he had uttered the new i20 family will be lined-up with more practical options rather than sticking to the hatchback segment itself. There he named a three-door coupe and a wagon to make a concrete move in the near future of Hyundai. The question in jeopardy is version of the wagon that will make way to the showroom – a wagon, or a shooting brake in three- and five-door layout.
The Intrado concept from Geneva Motor Show 2014 shows a strong sign of apprehending the designing cues.
Nothing much to say on this topic, the sales report of new-gen i20 from Europe will definitely make the vision clear for carmaker to foray further in the subcompact wagon segment, which ultimately seems approved – all thanks to the Ford Fiesta bombastic sales over the past months which is being sold in good numbers against the rest.