Hyundai broadens SUV range with compact Bayon
HYUNDAI says its new Bayon will cost from £20,295 when it joins the company's burgeoning SUV line-up.
It's available with a 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine incorporating a 48-volt mild-hybrid system in either 98 or 118bhp outputs.
A seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and an intelligent six-speed manual that can decouple the transmission from the engine to bolster efficiency are offered.
The Bayon is quite a distinctively styled vehicle, with wide daytime running lights fitted as standalone units to the main headlamps.
There's a full-length air intake running across the front of the car, while at the rear two arrow-shaped brake lights emphasise its angular aesthetic.
The Bayon comes in SE Connect, Premium and Ultimate trims.
SE Connect cars get 16-inch alloy wheels as standard alongside LED daytime running lights, air conditioning and cruise control.
Inside, there's an eight-inch infotainment system with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, complemented by a 10.25-inch drivers display.
Premium versions - priced from £22,495 - get 17-inch alloy wheels and privacy glass, as well as heated front seats and steering wheel.
LED headlights come fitted as standard too, while the Bayon's cabin features a larger 10.25-inch infotainment system with traffic updates and a range of live services.
Ultimate models - priced from £23,795 - receive black gloss door mirrors and a two-tone black roof, as well as keyless entry and start.
Inside, there's a premium Bose sound system and both blind-spot collision warning and lane follow assist systems.