The second generation Hyundai i20 has been rendered into a wagon by Theophilus Chin.
Hyundai's all-new i20 supermini was unveiled with a five-door hatchback body style at last year's Paris Motor Show in early October looking far more refined than its predecessor. A couple of months later, the three-door coupe derivative came out with a surprisingly attractive design and now Theophilus Chin envisioned the wagon version.
It's more than just a styling exercise as Hyundai has already admitted they are considering a more practical version which would tackle the Seat Ibiza ST and the more popular Skoda Fabia Combi. If green-lighted for production, the model will receive the i20 CW (crossover wagon) name just like its bigger brothers, the i30 & i40 CW. The vehicle will either take the shape of a traditional estate or a combination between a wagon and a shooting brake with three and/or five doors.