Hyundai launches HB20 FIFA World Cup

Hyundai launches HB20 FIFA World Cup

Hyundai Motor Brazil launched on Friday, February 14th, the HB20 FIFA World Cup. As the name says, the special series pays tribute to the football World Cup, which will be held between June and July this year in Brazil.

Provided in HB20 and HB20S models, the issue features front bumper with black finish on the hexagonal grid, mirrors painted gloss black and alloy wheels rim 15 with exclusive design. Still part of the package chrome handles, painted black frames of doors, fog lights and darkened headlamps.

The interior has leather upholstery with red stitching and official emblem of the World Cup in banks and carpets. The limited series premiere blueMediaTV the new media center, which brings digital TV, seven-inch touchscreen display and player pictures and videos, among other functions.

The car will be sold in 1.0 and 1.6 engines, with a choice of manual or automatic gearshift, totaling six versions. The color range includes Polar White, Silver Metal and Blue Sky, this exclusive special edition last. As an additional benefit, Hyundai promises to extend the warranty from five to six years if the Brazilian national team win the sixth title - this extension will apply to all models of the brand, including imported by CAOA Group. The benefit, however, is only valid for cars purchased between January 1 and July 13, not coincidentally the date of the final.

Prices HB20 FIFA World Cup start at 41,465 reais in HB20 1.0 and 44,330 in the case of real HB20S 1.0.

HB20

1.0: R $ 41,465

1.6 manual: R $ 46,945

1.6 Automatic: R $ 50,245

HB20S

1.0: R $ 44,330

1.6 manual: R $ 49,810

1.6 Automatic: R $ 53,110

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