Hyundai Launches Go! SE Trim Level To Celebrate The 2018 FIFA World Cup

Hyundai’s new Go! SE spec will run across four model ranges in the UK in support of the automaker’s sponsorship of this year’s FIFA World Cup.

Aside from a high level of standard equipment, Go! SE models also feature an exclusive cloth upholstery design and body emblems, and are available in multiple colors, including the new Champion Blue Metallic.

The most budget-friendly Go! SE model you can buy is the i10, which is priced at £11,285 and features a 1.0-liter 66 PS petrol engine, 14″ alloys, gloss black door mirrors, privacy glass, 7-inch touchscreen sat-nav with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, leather steering wheel and gear knob, black headlining and Go! SE upholstery. The i10 Go! SE is available in four body colors: Champion Blue, Stardust Grey, Phantom Black and Polar White.

Moving on to the supermini category is the i20 Go! SE, priced from £14,335. Here, you’re getting a 1.2-liter 84 PS engine, 15″ wheels, gloss black door mirrors, privacy glass, projection headlamps, LED DRLs and a 1.0 T-GDi style radiator grille.

Inside, there’s a 7-inch touchscreen display, black headlining, Go! SE cloth upholstery and a center console armrest. Additional features include automatic headlamps, rain sensing wipers and an auto dimming rear view mirror. Available colors are the same as on the i10 Go! SE.

Those in need of a little more room can opt for the i30 Go! SE powered by a 1.0-liter T-GDi 120 PS engine, which is available in both hatchback and Tourer body styles, with prices starting from £20,100 and £20,600 respectively. The i30 Go! SE is based on the i30 SE Nav model, to which it adds 17″ alloys, the front bumper from the i30 Fastback, gloss black door mirrors, privacy glass, black headlining, Go! SE cloth upholstery and climate control with dual zone operation. As for body colors, they are same as the previous two models, except Stardust Grey is replaced by Micron Grey.

Last, but definitely not least, is the £24,300 Tucson Go! SE, which is based on the SE Nav trim level. Additional equipment includes the new 19″ alloys, gloss black door mirrors and privacy glass, black headlining, Go! SE cloth upholstery, dark silver interior fascia accents, automatic rain sensing wipers and an auto dimming rear view mirror. There are four different power train options for the Tucson, plus the same available body colors as on the i30.

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  • DM

    This should read: Hyundai introduces new emblems in order to keep an aging model relevant and make a quick buck.

    I hate it when these “special editions” show up. And it’s always on slow sellers. It’s business though I get it. I just find it funny.

  • Marek Andrzejak

    Will this versions be available in other EU countries?

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