Official : Hyundai Elite i20 Cross India Launch to Happen in Early 2015

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While Hyundai India is celebrating the success of the Elite i20 which has garnered 56,000 bookings in a short span of 4 months, a new report says that Young Jin Ahn, Chief Coordinator – Sales & Marketing, has noted that the Elite i20 Cross will be launched in India in early 2015.


Hyundai will be launching the Elite i20 Cross and the 2015 Verna facelift early next year. The Elite i20 Cross will gain a few mm in terms of ground clearance with tha aid of a taller suspension. The Elite i20 Cross will also feature roof rails, body cladding, projector headlamps and Daytime Running Lights. The interiors may also get some minor revisions when compared to the hatchback version.


The Elite i20 Cross will be powered by the same engines found under the hood of the hatchback. The engines include the 1.2 liter petrol engine that churns out 82 horses and 114.7 Nm of torque and the 1.4 liter diesel motor that diesel mill that outputs 89 horses and 220 Nm of torque. Five speed and six speed manual transmissions will be offered on the petrol and diesel engined variants.

The Elite i20 Cross, upon its launch, will lock horns with the Fiat Avventura, Toyota Etios Cross and the Volkswagen Polo Cross.Stay tuned to Motoroids for more dope on the Elite i20 Cross India launch.

via : HB

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  • No conclusive news as of now

  • Ranjit says:

    Any news about elite i20 getting daytime running lamps

  • Satish says:

    Till when Hyundai is going to offer plain 1.2 petrol for i20s? Thia engine is not at all suitable for this class. Its must either be replaced by 1.4 which is unlikely due to excise tax benefits or should be supercharged like Polo TSI or even Tata zest.

  • kk says:

    I feel, most likely this is gonna be the Euro spec’ model with the addition of side cladding and increased suspension height for a higher premium…nothing extra. Wonder if we get the DTE/average with this model atleast.