Top-of-the-line features for unbeatable fun.

The i20 comes with top-of-the-line features in every major category: State-of-the-art efficiency and performance go hand in hand with a level of convenience that makes this car a true standout in its segment.


More powertrain choices. More efficiency.

Choose from 4 unique engine configurations: At the top of the range, a 1.0 T-GDi petrol engine is available with 100 PS or 120 PS. It can be equipped with a 48-volt mild hybrid system, either as an option with the 100 PS or as standard with the 120 PS. The mild hybrid system contributes to a 3-4% reduction of fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. A 1.2-litre MPi petrol engine is also available with 84 PS.
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    These values are approximate. The official fuel consumption and CO2 emission values of this model have not yet been determined. This model is not yet available for sale.

    Efficiency counts.

    The i20 comes with four new engine options, featuring best-in-class CO2 efficiency – because preserving the environment is as important to us as it is to you.

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    Dynamic performance.

    With one MPi and three turbo engine configurations, the i20 is well-equipped to offer the performance to match the car's sporty design DNA.

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    Shift your expectations.

    Depending on your engine choice, the i20 comes with different transmission options: 6 iMT or 7DCT (1.0 T 48V), 6 MT or 7DCT (1.0 T) or 5-speed manual (1.2 MPi).

    1. Graph showing the torque and power curves of the i20's 1.0 litre T-GDi petrol engine
      Fuel consumption (combined test cycle) for the Hyundai i20 1.0 T-GDi 100 PS with 6MT in l/100 km: 5.6 - 5.1; CO2 emissions (combined test cycle) in g/km: 127 - 117 (WLTP). Fuel consumption (combined test cycle) for the Hyundai i20 1.0 T-GDi 100 PS with 7DCT in l/100 km: 5.8 - 5.3; CO2 emissions (combined test cycle) in g/km: 131 - 120 (WLTP). All WLTP-Values here.

      1.0 litre T-GDi petrol engine.

      Our three cylinder, 998cc Turbo GDI engine is designed to take the i20's sporty personality to the road. With up to 120 PS and our new 48v mild hybrid technology available, this low-key powerhouse makes the car just as fun to drive as it looks.
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    1. Graph showing the torque and power curves of the i20's 1.2 litre MPi petrol engine
      Fuel consumption (combined test cycle) for the Hyundai i20 1.2 MPi in l/100 km: 5.6 - 5.2; CO2 emissions (combined test cycle) in g/km: 127 - 117 (WLTP). All WLTP-Values here.

      1.2 litre MPi petrol engine.

      With 1197 cc of engine displacement and 4 cylinders, our 84 PS entry engine is a gentle force to be reckoned with. Coupled with a 5-speed manual transmission, this power unit offers offers both full control and pleasant torque delivery.
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    The new 48V mild hybrid powertrain.

    Save fuel and reduce emissions with the i20’s 48V mild hybrid system. It supports the combustion engine with additional torque during acceleration.
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      Comfort start.

      The mild hybrid system has particular advantages in city traffic, with the MHSG supporting the combustion engine when re-starting after traffic stops. This action supports a faster and smoother engine start with supplemental torque, drawing on energy from the 48V battery. The MHSG assists the combustion engine during take-off by compensating with torque and power.
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       Under acceleration, the MHSG supports the combustion engine with compensatory 4 to 10 kW of power, depending on the battery system’s state of charge and the degree of accelerator input from the driver. Once the required speed is reached, the MHSG shifts to neutral mode, delivering no power. As a result CO2 emissions, as well as fuel consumption, can be reduced by up to 11 per cent.* (*NEDC 2.0)
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      Constant driving.

      At a constant speed, the MHSG either is at idle or acts as a generator charging the 48V battery, depending on the battery state of charge.
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      In active braking or overrun phases, the rotating crankshaft powers the MHSG, which then acts as a generator with a maximum recuperation output of 10 to 12 kW. The generator converts the kinetic braking energy into electricity, and feeds it back into the 48V battery. In these phases, the combustion engine remains switched on and clutch kept closed to be able to transfer the power from the wheels over the transmission and the engine to the MHSG. 
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      Extended start-stop.

      When coasting at low speeds, the start-stop function already activates at 30 km/h. Under deceleration between 30 and 0 km/h, and with the clutch disengaged, the engine is switched off completely.
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    A man operating the 6-speed iMT in an Hyundai i20

    Intelligent Manual Transmission (iMT).

    The 6-speed iMT is designed to lower emissions and increase fuel efficiency by automatically engaging coasting mode whenever you release the accelerator.
    A manual transmission gear lever inside a Hyundai i20, passenger side view

    6-speed manual transmission.

    Prefer to operate the clutch and gears yourself? Choose an engine configuration with manual transmission for a precise, smooth-shifting drive.

    7-speed dual clutch transmission.

    Enjoy top performance and as much control as you prefer with the i20's 7DCT option available with the 1.0 litre turbo engine, granting you a dynamic driving experience as well as superior fuel efficiency all at once. The dual clutch system allows for lightning fast gear changes, whether you use the convenient automatic mode or choose to go hands-on to shift through the gears manually.
    The 7-speed dual clutch transmission gearbox of the Hyundai i20
    A Hyundai i20 on the road, drone view from the rear top


    Available on engine configurations with iMT and MHSG, the i20 automatically enters coasting mode when you release the accelerator, saving fuel.

    Energy Regeneration System (ERS).

    Idle Stop & Go (ISG), Alternator Management System (AMS) and low rolling resistance tyres are complemented by our Energy Regeneration System (ERS): when the car is moving in gear but with a closed throttle, the braking effect of the engine generates kinetic energy that is converted into electricity and stored in the battery. This reduces both fuel consumption and exhaust emissions.
    Diagram showing how ISG, AMS and ERS affect energy generation and usage in the Hyundai i20

    More performance. Less emissions. CVVD Engine Technology.

    Hyundai has developed the world’s first Continuously Variable Valve Duration (CVVD) technology. It optimizes engine performance and fuel efficiency while also being eco-friendly. The valve control technology regulates the duration of valve opening and closing according to driving conditions.


    More space. Premium sound system. Full wireless connectivity.

    Bigger and better – the i20 comes with more of everything: More convenience thanks to wireless phone screen mirroring for the 8" touchscreen and wireless smartphone charging for all touchscreen options. More boot space means you can take more of anything you want with you. And the eight-speaker Bose sound system makes for more fun when you just want to turn it up and sing along.
    Close-up of the boot of the Hyundai i20

    More boot space.

    With 351-litre capacity, 25 litres more than its predecessor, the i20 offers more space for you and your family to pack for your adventures.
    Close-up of the boot of the Hyundai i20 with boot cover stored behind the rear bench

    Boot cover storage.

    Need space for a big haul? Conveniently store the boot cover behind the rear bench to make optimal use of the i20's stowage capacity.

    Premium Bose® sound system.

    Enjoy an amazing audio experience with the i20's high-end Bose® sound system. With eight speakers including a subwoofer it is designed to keep up with the car's sporty style, providing a sonic experience that feels every bit as dynamic as driving the i20 is.
    Close-up of a speaker belonging to the Hyundai i20's Bose sound system
    The middle console of an Hyundai i20, driver's side view

    Wireless charging.

    Enjoy cable-free connectivity for your mobile phone – wireless charging for all touchscreens and wireless mirroring for the 8" touchscreen included.
    Close-up of one of the USB-ports inside of the Hyundai i20

    USB Ports.

    Connecting and charging portable USB devices to your i20 has never been easier with ports in the front and the rear of the car – just plug and play.


    Best-in-class connectivity features.

    Enjoy state-of-the-art smart tech with dual 10.25” visually combined big screens with split-screen functionality. And with Bluelink Connected Car Services, you can control your car from your smartphone – or with your voice. It brings seamless connectivity directly into the i20 with online voice recognition and features to make your drive more convenient and enjoyable.
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    10.25" centre touchscreen.

    The i20 provides you with innovative tech to make life easier. Its optional 10.25” touch-screen integrates 3D navigation, media and connectivity features.
    The Hyundai i20's 8 inch centre touch screen

    8″ touchscreen with display audio.

    The 8" touchscreen also features wireless smartphone mirroring, enabling you to easily connect and mirror your smartphone via Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.

    Bluelink® Connected Car Services.

    Bluelink, Hyundai’s Connected Car System, uses embedded telematics to offer state-of-the-art Hyundai Live Services, such as Live Traffic or On/Off Street Parking. With the Bluelink app, you can lock and unlock your i20 remotely, or find your car when you don’t remember where exactly it’s parked. The app will also send you an alarm if someone should try to break in. And if you want to know if the tyre pressure is okay, it will tell you that, too.
    Close-up of the Hyundai i20 10.25" AVN touchscreen with navigation system on screen

    Connected Routing.

    Connected routing means that the route is no longer calculated by the processor inside the navigation device, but by a powerful server inside the Hyundai cloud. Why is that better? Because it allows for more accurate traffic forecasting, more precise times of arrival, and more reliable route recalculations.

    Last Mile Navigation.

    You might have to park your i20 somewhere before you reach your actual destination. If you are within 200 m - 2 km, you can hand over navigation from the car to the Bluelink app. With augmented reality, your phone will then guide you exactly where you want to go.
    The Hyundai Bluelink® Connected Car Services app.

    Bluelink® Connected Car Services.

    Bluelink® delivers seamless connectivity and clever features to make your drive more convenient.
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      Parking Assist.

      Get into tight parking spaces with ease thanks to Parking Assist (PA): Enjoy semi-autonomous parking supported by a range of sensors and software.

    2. Mood Modes.

      With Mood Modes, enjoy pleasant ambient sounds on extended drives or in rush hour traffic. 6 different offline soundscapes are available for you to listen and relax to.

    3. LA LISTE integration.

      Looking for a great restaurant after a long drive? LA LISTE, now available with the i20, recommends you the finest dining places in your current area.

      The eCall-button in the Hyundai i20

      Voice Recognition Vehicle Control.

      Activate the i20'S VRVC with the push to talk button and control air conditioning, temperature, seat warmers and more car functions with your voice.


      Your safety is our top priority. With eCall, the i20 automatically alerts rescue services and provides them with the car's location in the event of a serious accident. 


      Most comprehensive safety package.

      With Hyundai Smart Sense, our cutting-edge Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, the i20 offers the most comprehensive active safety technology packages in its class – built to provide you with more safety and peace of mind. Many of the features available would not be expected to found in cars of this segment.
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      Parking Collision-avoidance Assist - Reverse (PCA-R).

      PCA-R gives you additional confidence when navigating the i20 into narrow parking spaces in reverse gear. Whenever the system detects a collision risk, PCA-R automatically engages the brakes.
      Two Hyundai i20s parked behind each other in an otherwise empty street

      Leading vehicle departure alert (LVDA).

      This clever feature for city driving alerts the driver when the vehicle in front departs from an idle state, like at a stoplight or in a traffic jam.