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2020 Hyundai i20 revealed, off Australia's radar
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20th Feb 2020
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2020 Hyundai i20 revealed, off Australia's radar

Hyundai Europe has revealed its brand-new i20 city car with claimed best-in-class safety and infotainment tech, and a 48V mild-hybrid engine. But it’s not coming to Australia, just like its predecessor. This situation feels incongruous given the first-generation model, sourced from India, was a regular top-seller here.
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Mike Costello
2018 Hyundai i20 revealed for Europe - UPDATE
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26th Apr 2018
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2018 Hyundai i20 revealed for Europe - UPDATE

UPDATE (26/4/18): Hyundai Australia has ruled out the new i20 for our market. See bottom of article for details. The refreshed 2018 Hyundai i20 range has been revealed for Europe, bringing an updated design along with a range of new infotainment and driver assistance technologies to the Korean light hatch family.
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James Wong
Audi A5, Hyundai Ioniq, Volvo S90 awarded five-star ANCAP safety ratings
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19th Mar 2017
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Audi A5, Hyundai Ioniq, Volvo S90 awarded five-star ANCAP safety ratings

The new Audi A5, Hyundai Ioniq and Volvo S90 have all been given five-star safety ratings by independent crash testing authority ANCAP this week. With the S90 already on sale here, the A5 and Ioniq have been awarded the top safety scores ahead of their launches Down Under, while the smaller Hyundai i20 - which is sold in New Zealand but not Australia - fell short of the full five stars, achieving only four.
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James Wong
Hyundai Motorsport : Inside WRC service
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16th Sep 2015
4 min read

Hyundai Motorsport : Inside WRC service

The World Rally Championship (WRC) is comprehensively the toughest motorsport on the planet. Huge kilometres in harsh conditions abiding by strict rules: rallying is not for the faint of heart. But where many a rally has been won or lost, is inside the temporary walls of a team's service bay. But how does it work?
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David Zalstein