The upcoming Hyundai Bayon will be a B-segment car. It means that the Bayon could possibly be smaller than the Hyundai Venue or even the all-new i20.
Don’t get your hopes up, though. Hyundai is specifically launching it in European markets. Heck, it’s so European that even the name Bayon takes inspiration from a city named Bayonne located in the south-west region of France. And that’s all there is to the car, really, for now. What could possibly follow is a full-fledged unveiling of the Bayon in the middle of Bayonne. Who knows?
Anyhow, do keep your eyes peeled for this one.