Spy Shots: Hyundai Accent Gets Refreshed

News I By John Beltz Snyder I February 23, 2010

Here are some early spy shots of the upcoming Hyundai Accent. As of right now, we don’t have much information about what will be different, but these photos show us that its looks have been updated to fit in with the rest of the new Hyundai lineup.

Expect to see more spy shots of Hyundai vehicles, as the automaker seems to be actively testing many of its prototypes.

Click through the gallery to see the new Accent, or scroll down for the photographer’s notes. Stay tuned, as we’ll keep posting spy photos as they come our way.


 

Baby Sonata spied on the ice. For the first time the new Hyundai Accent has been spied and it’s wearing some warm clothes during its cold winter test. We are not sure on what platform this will be based, but the i20 could be a good guess.

We will keep you updated with more info as soon as we have some.

 

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