Special models for i10, i20, i30 and Bayon

Special models for i10, i20, i30 and Bayon

(Motorsport-Total.com/Motor1) – Hyundai makes a clear statement when it comes to connectivity: the impressive special models with the name Connect & Go edition are available for four solid models from the Korean brand. They generally have a navigation system including telematics services, Lifetime MapCare and LIVE Services as standard. Special models Connect & Go for Hyundai i10, i20 models (SHOW: Best Hyundai i20 Lease Deals)The i30 and Bayon are now commercially available.

Special models of Hyundai Connect and Go


In addition to the eight-inch navigation system and telematics services, the standard equipment of the Hyundai i10 Connect & Go also includes 15-inch alloy wheels, air conditioning, a reversing camera and rear parking assist, heated front seats, tinted windows from B. -pillar and exterior mirrors painted Phantom Black with integrated spotlights.

The new special model with a 67 hp (49 kW) 1.0 liter petrol engine costs 15,800 euros. Some engines are not available here.

Hyundai Bayon Connect & Go starts at 21,650 euros

The Hyundai i20 Connect & Go costs from 19,750 euros and, like the i10, is powered by a 1.0 liter three-cylinder petrol engine. In the larger model, the engine produces 100 hp (74 kW) thanks to turbocharging. For 2,400 euros there is also an automatic DCT including the powerful 48V hybrid technology.

For the Hyundai Bayon Connect & Go with the same engine, Hyundai is asking for a base price of 21,650 euros. The compact SUV also comes with automatic air conditioning and a digital cockpit. As with the i20, the DCT costs an extra 2,400 euros.

The Hyundai i30 Connect & Go costs as a five-door from 23,350 euros and as a station wagon from 24,350 euros. A three-cylinder 1.0 liter is also installed here, but in the i30 it produces 120 hp (88 kW). Standard equipment includes full LED headlights and LED taillights, a 10.25-inch navigation system and 17-inch alloy wheels. Additional charge for DCT: 2,000 euros.

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With the help of Bluelink telematics services, you should reach your destination with more certainty because Hyundai is always connected to the cloud on the Internet. The navigation system receives new information in real time, such as traffic and detours. The factory navigation system also includes Lifetime MapCare, which updates the map material regularly for up to ten years after the end of the vehicle’s production.