THE new-look Hyundai i20 will cost from £20,770 when the first models arrive later this year.
With a refreshed design featuring a new shape and pattern for the front grille and bumper and more changes at the rear the five model range will top out at £24,070.
The facelifted i20 comes equipped as standard with Hyundai's latest connectivity features with USB type-C and Over-the-Air (OTA) map updates being introduced alongside popular features from the previous model, such as the 10.25-inch touchscreen navigation which is available on mid-grade Premium trim cars costing from Â£22,570.
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a wireless device charger, and the latest update to Bluelinktelematics are also now included as are Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA) for ‘City', ‘Interurban', ‘Pedestrian' and ‘Cyclist' and Lane Following Assist (LFA) which ensures that the vehicle stays in the current lane of travel.
The new i20 also offers a more simplified powertrain line up, with all models available with the turbocharged, three-cylinder, 100ps engine and a choice of six speed manual or seven speed dual clutch transmission.
Ashley Andrew, president of Hyundai Motor UK, said: "Since its introduction in 2009, the i20 has consistently delivered for consumers looking for a supermini that combines style, value and specification. The enhancements for new i20 strengthens our proposition even further in this segment as we look to attract more people to our exciting brand."
All new i20 models come with Hyundai's industry leading five year unlimited mileage warranty, roadside assistance package, a five year annual health check and 12 year anti corrosion guarantee.