The New Hyundai BAYON is the most recent member of the Hyundai SUV family. It succeeds in not only maintaining, but also building upon the values and features of its predecessor – roomy, style-conscious and practical. The New BAYON offers enhancements on its exterior and technology in particular, making for a more robust and refreshed model.
The New BAYON preserves its sharp and distinctive exterior design within the crossover SUV body type, and now features a newly integrated front LED DRL (Daytime Running Lights) bar to create Hyundai’s signature Horizon light. The shape and pattern of the front bumper and radiator grille have also received a makeover to give the New BAYON a bolder, more rugged appearance, with the front grille now opening at the bottom for a more solid style. The rear bumper had also been modified with the addition of 16- and 17-inch wheels.
The New BAYON is now available in nine exterior colours, including four new colours: Lumen Grey Pearl, Meta Blue Pearl, Lucid Lime Metallic and Vibrant Blue Pearl. A two-tone roof in Phantom Black is also optionally available.
The New BAYON’s interior continues to create a calming ambience thanks to the choice of materials and colours selected. Special care has been taken to place the most commonly used controls within easy reach of the driver and real focus has been placed on ensuring that driver and passenger comfort is first-class. The compact exterior dimensions, excellent visibility and raised driving position make the BAYON the perfect city companion.
The New BAYON retains its compact exterior size, continuing to offer plenty of space for both passengers and luggage with rear seats that are surprisingly spacious. The boot offers 411 litres of storage space, which can be increased by folding down the 60/40 split rear seat.
In prioritising customer satisfaction, Hyundai has ensured the New BAYON includes advanced connectivity technology, such as a highly developed cockpit and premium infotainment features that have been improved thanks to the introduction of Over-the-Air (OTA) map updates.
Other interior changes include refreshed LED technology and multicoloured ambient lighting controls for maximum in-car illumination. The popular 10.25-inch LCD instrument cluster and 10.25-inch Audio Visual Screen (AVS) present in previous models are also now available as standard. Two USB-C ports can be found (one in the front and one in the rear for passenger use), as well as an up-front USB-A port allowing smartphone connection to Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. Wireless charging and the latest update to Bluelink technology can additionally be found on this updated BAYON.