A FAMOUS car brand has discontinued a popular model of car shortly after transforming the engine.
Hyundai has now discontinued the i20 turbo petrol with the iMT transmission.
Now, with the launch of the i20 facelift, Hyundai have discontinued the turbo petrol DCT varsion of the premium hatchback.
The new Hyundai i20 N Line facelift include a new set of alloy wheels, full LED headlamps, a redesigned rear bumper, Type-C USB port on the centre console, BlueLink connected car technology, and a Bose-sourced-seven-speaker music system.
Meanwhile Kia recently announced it was dropping its Rio supermini from its line-up in both Europe and Australia.
However, the South Korean company has said the car will still be available in North America and other markets.
Kia has stopped shipments for the EU and UK spec models, which is produced at the Sohari factory in South Korea for export only, according to Autocar.