Hyundai is working on a new small SUV. Its name is Bayon and it will be officially unveiled on March 2nd.

For the electric fans out there, the Bayon won’t be fully electric. It will be positioned at the bottom of the line-up, and, as a result, it will be cheaper (and probably smaller) compared to the current Kona.

According to our opinion, the Bayon should act as an i20 Active replacement, judging by the fact that the SUV will be based on the current i20 architecture. As a result, we expect to see a three-cylinder turbo engine with power up to 120 horsepower and also the naturally aspirated 1.2 liter with 85 HP.

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Depending on the engine, the Bayon will be available with a five- and six-speed manuals along with a seven-speed automatic transmission.