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    Hyundai Bayon mini-SUV revealed globally

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    Hyundai Bayon mini-SUV revealed globally

    - Powered with two petrol engines

    - Bayon is the brand’s entry-level SUV

    Hyundai has taken the sheets off its new entry-level SUV – Bayon. Initially, the Bayon will be sold in international markets and will be positioned below the Kona, Tucson, Santa Fe, and the Nexo.

    Left Side View

    Visually, the Bayon gets a fresh design with a single-piece front-grille-mounted on the front bumper extending all the way down to the chin. The sleek LED DRLs are placed separately at the top while the triangular-shaped LED headlamps and a silver bash plate complete the stylish look at the front. The Bayon sits on 16 or 17-inch alloy wheels and the chrome line below the window line kinking towards the sloping roofline gives it a premium look. The rear looks appealing with the arrow-shaped LED taillamps and the red stripe joining the light clusters with a partly blacked-out tailgate. The dual-tone bumper housing the reflectors and the silver faux plate gives the Bayon a rugged look. 


    The cabin of the Bayon looks very similar to that of the newly launched i20. The horizontally placed aircon vents, four-spoke steering wheel, 10.25-inch instrument cluster, 10.25-inch/eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto wireless connectivity, Bose stereo system, ambient lighting, and wireless charging make the Bayon a feature-rich car. The cabin can be had in two colour schemes – full black and dark grey / light grey.

    Second Row Seats

    Additionally, the Bayon is equipped with the brand’s Bluelink connected car tech. It offers a host of remote services such as car lock/unlock, find my car, vehicle alarm notification, online voice recognition, and live parking service. On the safety front, it offers semi-autonomous driving features which include lane following assist, forward collision-avoidance assist, driver attention warning, and blind-spot collision warning, among others. 

    Coming to the powertrain, the Bayon gets a 1.0-litre T-GDi engine with 48-volt mild-hybrid tech. This motor can be had with a 100bhp or 120bhp output coupled with a seven-speed DCT and a six-speed iMT unit. Another offering is the 1.2-litre naturally-aspirated engine which develops 84bhp and is mated to a five-speed manual gearbox. 

    Right Rear Three Quarter

    As of now, Hyundai has no plans on introducing the Bayon in the Indian markets. The current strategy of the South Korean automaker involves the three-row Alcazar SUV which will be launched in the country in the coming months. The brand is also working on a micro-SUV (codenamed AX1) which has been spotted testing overseas, details of which can be read here.

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