The 2021 Hyundai Bayon Teasers.
The company upcoming entry level crossover to the polarizing design language pompously dubbed as Sensuous Sportiness. Marketing fluff aside, it would appear the Bayon will be just as funky as the Kona, adopting a similar split headlight design.
Take a first glimpse at the design of the all-new Hyundai Bayon. This subcompact crossover SUV will incorporate Hyundai Sensuous Sportiness design identity, combining emotional value with innovative solutions in design.
The front grille appears to be unusually large and is complemented by an upper horizontal slat between the LED daytime running lights in a design inspired by the Kona. The similarities end there as the rear end hosts completely different taillights with an LED signature designed to resemble an arrow. It would appear the Bayon is the next model to get a light bar stretching across the entire width of the tailgate.
Hyundai is not willing to go into any details regarding the crossover technical specifications, but given the Bayon positioning at the bottom of the food chain, do not expect anything particularly exciting. It is likely sticking to three cylinder power and a front wheel drive layout with the possibility to pick from a manual gearbox and a dual-clutch automatic.
The subcompact crossover will go on sale in Europe in the first half of 2021, which means the official reveal is programmed to take place in the coming weeks.
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