However, Hyundai has given no official information about the details of the car yet, the vehicle has been spotted on test several times in India. The crossover adopts the company's 'Fluidic Sculpture 2.0' design language and it has been designed at Hyundai Motor’s Design Centre Europe in Rüsselsheim, Germany.

The upcoming car will get a sportier, sharper and bolder look than the i20 hatchback due to the additional body cladding.

The i20 Active will be powered by the same set of engines that currently power the Elite i20 hatchback. This means the petrol variant will employ the four-cylinder 1.2-litre Kappa motor and the diesel- the 1.4-litre CRDI motor.

Hyundai will not only sell the Active i20 in India but also export it to other markets. The variant wise pricing will be available at the time of the launch.