By on August 12, 2014

2015-Hyundai-i20-3

While we get the Hyundai Accent, Europe and other world markets get the i20, seen above.

Although powertrains haven’t been announced yet, the design of the car seems to echo European entrants in the B-segment, specifically in the fascia and the blacked out C-pillars. The Turkish-built i20 will debut at this fall’s Paris Motor Show, though our market is unlikely to see it. Instead, we’re stuck with the Accent.

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