New Hyundai i20 2024: Technical data from the restyling

New Hyundai i20 2024: Technical data from the restyling

Hyundai i20 arrives at a long-awaited arrangement.

Hyundai has been making its i20 compact ever since 2008. Since then, the model has had time to change several generations. The third generation of the version intended for the market of the Old Continent was presented in 2020. According to the manufacturer’s report, last year the hatchback sold 41,919 cars in Europe, which is 28.7% less than the previous year. This year sales I’m optimistic: In the first quarter, dealers sold 11,495 cars in the market, up 10% from January-March 2022.

Engineers have not modified the appearance of Hyundai i20 much. The hatch has more aggressive front and rear bumpers, the radiator grille has remained approximately the same shape, but the “mesh” design has changed. The logo of the Korean brand has been moved from the grille to the bar between the headlights.


The profile of Hyundai i20 has been updated thanks to alloy wheels 16 and 17 inches in new original design. Door handles are still traditional and at different levels.

The manufacturers of the updated hatchback did not change the shape and design of LED headlights and taillights. Time to regeneratethe car got a wide palette: the list of options includes new shades of green, gray and blue for the body color.

The passenger compartment also offers several innovations. The basic version has a display 4.2 inch LCD, real-time remote map updates and select USB-C ports. Richer versions are still available with a a cluster of digital instruments 10.25-inch screen and wireless charging for smartphones.

In the center of the front panel is the touch screen of the original infotainment system, the diagonal of which is the same – 10.25 inches (multimedia supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto). For the lime variants, the interior is also available with different upholstery materials and green stitching.


The updated Hyundai i20 technology for the European market remains the same. These are “mild hybrid” units, based on a 1.0-liter T-GDi turbo gasoline engine with two power variants – 98 and 118 HP – working in tandem with a 48-volt “electric” system. The engine is connected to seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission or six-speed manual (iMT).

The company’s European office said production of the facelifted Hyundai i20 is scheduled to begin in the third quarter of 2023 at its Izmit plant (Turkey)