After releasing the first sketch of its future i20 small car, Hyundai has unveiled complete details and photos of its Ford Fiesta rival.
Set to make a public debut during this year Paris Motor Show in October, the new generation i20 continues the Fluidic Sculpture design language with new headlights, LED daytime running lights, black C-Pillar and floating roof.
There are also new LED taillights at the back, with new bumper and wide boot lid. To appeal to European customers, the design was created at Hyundai Motor’s Design Centre Europe in Rüsselsheim, Germany.

As you would expect, the 2015 Hyundai i20 has grown, as it is based on a new developed platform. This offers the small car a total wheelbase of 2570 mm, which is 45 mm longer than the old model.
This makes rooms for five adults and one of the most spacious cabins in the segment. Combined front and rear legroom is, as Hyundai says, best in class, with a total length of 1892 mm. The luggage compartment is also big, with a total of 320 liters when the seats are in the upright position.

The list of standard equipment will include air con, rear end LED lights, start-stop system and six airbags. On the options list clients will find panoramic sunroof or rear view camera.
Further details will be unveiled closer to Paris Motor Show debut, in October.