Hyundai’s super-mini, the i20, is being redesigned to remain fully competitive in its class.
In fact, since its overall shape has not lost its new state, interference is expected to be minimal. They are mainly found in its redesigned grille which, together with the new bumpers, can create a more attractive and powerful front end.
The interior design of the front and rear LED lights is also slightly different, while as usual in these cases there are new two-tone colors and new rims.
Inside, the basic versions now have a 4.2-inch information screen on the instrument panel, which for the richest is fully digital with a diagonal of 10.25 inches. The touchscreen of the infotainment system has the same size, which is also accompanied by technological improvements.
The engine is an upgraded 100 and 120bhp 1.0 T-GDi with mild hybrid assistance mated to a 6-speed iMT manual gearbox or a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic.
The updated Hyundai i20 will be available from the third quarter of the year, which in practice means from autumn.