September 23, 2015

Hyundai Motor unveils refreshed HB20 for Brazil

Hyundai Motor announced the launch of a refreshed version of its HB20, a hatchback developed exclusively for Brazil. The New HB20 features an upgraded visual identity and a revised cabin that is more refined and better equipped, as well as a range of new connectivity, comfort
and safety features. The HB20 will go on sale in Brazil from October, with sedan and crossover versions to follow.

The New HB20 incorporates new front and rear bumpers, and Hyundai Motor's design signature front hexagonal grille with chrome details, which for the Premium version is flanked by projector headlights with LED daytime running lights. Premium and Comfort Style versions also gain new clear-type tail lights and front fog lights.

Inside, the New HB20 is more stylish and comfortable, with new seats coverings – including optional brown leather. The Premium version benefits from automatic air conditioning, two side airbags and automatic retractable side mirrors. An on-board computer, standard on all versions, now has a maintenance reminder function.

A highlight of the revised cabin is an exclusive entertainment centre, blueMedia, bringing advanced on-board connectivity and entertainment features. The system is compatible with Car Link, allowing content mirroring of Android phones on the dashboard screen.

Available applications include those for navigation (e.g. Google Maps, Maplink, Apontador and TomTom Brazil) and music players (e.g. TuneIn, Spotify, Deezer and Rdio); as well as native smartphone content. With the car in full stop, full smartphone content can be accessed, including Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp, internet browsers and games.

The New HB20's new entertainment centre will also be compatible with Apple's CarPlay platform in 2016.

The New HB20 is available with six-speed manual and automatic transmissions, engineered to enhance the driving experience and optimize performance and energy efficiency. In both the manual and automatic transmissions the sixth gear works as overdrive, reducing fuel consumption, emissions and noise levels at higher speeds.

Improvements have also been made to both the HB20's Kappa 1.0-litre and Gamma 1.6-litre engines for improved fuel consumption and performance.


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