The new HB20S facelift was unveiled by Hyundai in Brazil in an effort to draw customers looking for a reasonably priced and feature-rich sedan. While the HB20S shares the same front design as the recently released HB20 hatchback, it has a more luxurious rear end. The new HB20S sedan receives interior updates, a revised price, and cosmetic updates in addition to these. Here are all the specifics that you need to look over.
A new front fascia with angular headlamps, a sculpted bumper, and a prominent front grille complement the new HB20S’s strong character lines on the hood.
2023 Hyundai HB20S Facelift Specs
This new Korean sedan has an upgraded 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system and a new Supervision Cluster digital instrument panel inside. Along with other features like Bluelink connectivity, automatic climate control, a reverse parking camera, SUB ports, wireless charging, and a cooled glovebox, this new infotainment system also offers features like Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. On the safety front, the car gets features like six airbags, and an optional SmartSense ADAS suite with features like lane-keeping Assist, rear cross-traffic alert, and blind-spot assist.
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2023 Hyundai HB20S Facelift Engine and Price
Two engine choices will be available for the new Hyundai HB20S: a 1.0L Kappa MPi gasoline engine and a 1.0L turbocharged TGDi gasoline engine. The naturally aspirated engine produces 79 horsepower, while the turbocharged engine produces a maximum of 118 horsepower.
If you choose the turbocharged petrol engine, you can choose between a six-speed manual and a six-speed automatic gearbox, while those who choose the 1.0L NA engine will only get a five-speed manual gearbox. The Hyundai HB20S is offered in a variety of trim levels, with the base model starting at $16,621 (Rs 13.27 lakh) (ex-showroom).
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