From the above, we conclude that everything could remain the same under the front hood. This means that the basis will remain the atmospheric four-cylinder 1.2 with an output of 84 hp, which will be supplemented by two turbocharged liter three-cylinders tuned to 100, or in the case of a mild-hybrid, 120 hp. But we don’t want to get ahead of ourselves and give it to you as a guarantee. Hyundai has yet to confirm this assumption.
What is obvious, on the other hand, are the design modifications. Bayon received a light strip in front (the manufacturer calls it Seamless Horizon) stretching across the entire width and an angular hexagonal mask, which is part of the new bumper. It may not look like that on paper, but the aforementioned changes change the previous “snarled” expression of the crossover into a fairly neutral “face”.