The 2021 Hyundai Bayon has rugged exterior designs with lots of triangular and arrow-shaped elements and a tall stance that give it a sporty look. And, to indicate its sporty aspiration, Hyundai named the vehicle after Bayonne, a city in the French Pyrenees.
The 2021 Hyundai Bayon distinguishes itself with LED lights and indicators all-round and the alternative of a contrasting black roof that’s available with seven of the nine paintwork colours offered.
To help the 2021 Hyundai Bayon compete with its rivals, its interior has a lot of modern-day fashionable boxes. It has LED ambient lighting in the front doors and footwells, and it also has a fully digital 10.25in instrument panel which is likely to be configurable so the driver can view sat-nav directions as well as the usual driving details.
All models of the Hyundai Bayon come with a 10.25in audiovisual navigation screen or 8.0in the touchscreen infotainment system, depending on the trim level. Both systems create wireless connections to the Android Auto and Apple CarPlay smartphone mirroring systems. Connected are also included such as calendar integration, live parking services, natural speech recognition for voice commands, and also live traffic information and navigation rerouting. The center console of the vehicle also has a wireless phone charging pad and there are three USB ports.
There should be plenty of room in the 2021 Hyundai Bayon for four adults, and boot space also looks spacious. There is a choice of three petrol engines in the Hyundai Bayon which are 99bhp and 118bhp turbocharged 1.0-liter T-GDi three-cylinder units, and a 1.2-liter four-cylinder. Cars with mild-hybrid technology have three different driving modes which are Eco, Normal, and Sport, which alter the engine response and steering to match different driving situations. The 2021 Hyundai Bayon is the first Hyundai SUV to come with ‘rev-matching’, a quality that is usually seen on high-performance models.
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