Hyundai Bayon interior
Though the outside of the Hyundai Bayon is quite out-there, it’s a lot more conventional (and perhaps even a little boring) on the inside
Based on its wacky exterior, you might expect the interior of the Hyundai Bayon to be akin that of a spaceship, too. But the reality is that it’s a lot duller than that.
It does get some strakes that run the length of the dashboard, but the black plastic finish on these means they don’t stand out all too much. It’s a similar story throughout, really — the black and grey upholstery just adds a bit of a drab edge.
There are no options to spice it up either, which is a bit of a shame.
As standard, you’ll get an 8-inch infotainment system, which supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay too.
However, you’ll want to upgrade to the larger 10.25-inch version. This screen is just that bit sharper and smoother, plus it too offers the same mobile connectivity.
All versions of the Bayon get a 10.25-inch digital driver’s display as standard. This comes in place of the usual analogue dials and gauges, and it’s clear and very easy to read.
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