Here's a modified Hyundai i20 that features a Gold-coloured wrap and seeks a lot of attention from the onlookers. Take a look at it here.
Wrapping cars into different shades is a trend that Indian enthusiasts are enjoying these days. We recently saw a Kia Sonet that was wrapped in a shade of Matt Black. Also, the craze for the all-black paint scheme is quite high around the Indian audience. To encash this craze, carmakers are launching special editions of their products that feature an all-black paint scheme. However, we recently came across a modified example of the Hyundai Elite i20 that is breaking the stereotype of all-black cars by wearing a gold-coloured wrap. This modified Elite i20 belongs to Kumarbhoir, who hails from Maharashtra.
Starting with the modifications, the most eye-catchy of all is the gold-coloured wrap itself, which aids it with a lot of bling. Moreover, the headlamps of this Elite i20 are aftermarket units that feature smoke effect and angel rings. The fog lamps are also infused with LED elements. On the sides, the stock rims are now swapped with massive deep-dish alloy wheels that are finished in the golden shade as well.
It can be said that this gold-wrapped Elite i20 is breaking the hype of all-black cars. Also, when the Indian audience is moving away from the bling and dazzle of chrome, this wrapped Elite i20 is all about being flashy and loud. So, in case you are planning to get your car wrapped in a flashy shade, do it right away. Moreover, wrapping a car does not affect your original body paint. Thus, the wrap can be peeled off when you feel that you don’t like it anymore.
Currently, the Hyundai i20 is on sale in its third-gen avatar. It retails at a starting price of Rs. 6.79 lakh and with three engine options. To start with, there is a 1.2L Kappa motor that can generate 88 PS and 113 Nm. It can be had mated to either a 5-speed MT or a CVT. Next is a 1.0L turbo-petrol motor that generates 120 PS against 172 Nm. The gearbox options for this engine include a 6-speed iMT and 7-speed DCT. Last option on the list is a 1.5L oil burner that churns out 100 PS of peak power and 240 Nm of max torque, and it comes coupled to a 6-speed MT only.