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The Hyundai Eon, or Hyundai Atos Eon, is a city car produced by the South Korean manufacturer Hyundai. It was launched on 1 October 2011 in India, March 2012 in the Philippines,[6] June 2012 in Vietnam,[7] and June 2014 in Sri Lanka. It is also sold in Algeria, Chile, Panama, and Colombia.

The Eon is produced in India at Hyundai’s Chennai plant for the domestic and export markets as the company’s entry level city car (positioned below the i10 and Santro Xing).[8]

The Eon was designed jointly between the Hyundai R&D centers in Namyang, South Korea, and Hyderabad, India.[9][10] It is offered with an 814 cc three-cylinder petrol engine that generates 55 bhp (56 PS) and 75 N·m (7.6 kg·m) torque. According to Hyundai’s Philippine distributor, the Eon has a fuel economy rating of 26.3 km/l (62 mpg-US).[11] The car is equipped with 13-inch wheels fitted with 155/70R13 tires.[2]

In January 2012, Hyundai India announced LPG models of Eon as well. These models have a 34 liters toroidal tank[12] with an additional cost of approximately INR 27000 to the available models.

In May 2014, Hyundai released a variant of the Eon with the 1.0 l Kappa II three-cylinder engine also found in theEuropean Hyundai i10 and Kia Picanto. The motor generates power of 68 bhp (69 PS) at 6,200 rpm and peak torque at 94 N·m (9.6 kg·m) at 3500 rpm.[4][5]

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