Hyundai announces sales of the HB20S, which can now be booked with prices ranging from R$85,890 to R$120,990, depending on the version and configuration. It is worth remembering that the brand had said that the car would hit stores in October, but ended up advancing the model’s debut in stores.
The sedan follows the same look adopted in the HB20
which debuted in July, with emphasis on the split grille and adoption of LED daytime running lights, at the rear, the highlight was the lanterns joined by a strip, like the hatch, however, with a new design in the sedan. Also in the hatch, the top-of-the-line version Platinum Plus,
gained elliptical projectors in its headlights.
Another change is the drawing
of the wheels that now have a new rim: 16 inches compared to the 15 of the previous model and that “marries” the more “muscular” aesthetic set. There are 60 mm more, totaling 4.32 m, with 50 mm in the front overhang and 15 mm in the rear.
Inside, the novelty was due to new colors
and seat pattern in addition to the digital instrument panel and 4.2” on-board computer customizable with up to three background colors. The air conditioning is digital and in the Platinum Plus
became automatic. Another feature reserved for the top of the line is the remote starting system.
The sedan has a wide equipment list
as standard as cruise control with cruise control and speed limiter, lane keeping assistant and blind spot, six airbags, stability and traction control, among other items. The novelty is the safe exit system
which alerts you when the door is opened and another car approaches from behind.
Other than that, the Limited
now has a reversing camera, rear parking sensor and headlights with automatic lighting. THE platinum
digital instrument panel, on-site key, push-button start, remote start by means of the key and electric folding mirrors.
The top of the line version Platinum Plus
wireless smartphone charger, rear cross-traffic assistant, start-stop, automatic emergency braking, lane keeping assistant and blind spot alert.
The 2023 line will continue with two engine options: 1.0 Kappa aspirated three-cylinder, with 80 hp and 10.2 kgfm
and 5-speed manual gearbox (Comfort and Limited) and 1.0 turbocharged 120 hp and 17.5 kgfm
and six-speed automatic transmission (Comfort, Platinum and Platinum Plus).
Check below the prices of each version of the 2023 line of the HB20S.
Comfort 1.0 MT5 – BRL 85,890
Limited 1.0 MT5 – BRL 91,390
Comfort 1.0 Turbo AT6 – BRL 105,290
Platinum 1.0 Turbo AT6 – BRL 111,790
Platinum Plus 1.0 Turbo AT6 – BRL 120,990