Entering showrooms in January 2015, the new Hyundai i20 will be available in five trim levels, offering B-segment customers a high level of equipment.

Opening the range is the i20 S, which features RDS radio with USB, electric front windows, remote central locking, tinted windows, and more.

Opting for the i20 S Air will add manual air conditioning, while the i20 S Blue includes additional Intelligent Stop and Go and low rolling resistance tyres.

The enhanced i20 SE trim includes 16-inch alloy wheels, cruise control, Bluetooth with Voice Activation, leather-wrapped steering wheel and gear stick, reversing sensors, front fog lights, and Lane Departure Warning System.

Factory options for this trim include integrated navigation with rear camera, smartphone docking station and LED daytime running lights/projection headlights with static cornering lights.

Moving up to the i20 Premium specification brings climate control, LED daytime running lights, LED rear lights, privacy glass, centre console armrest/storage, and auto lights and wipers.

Topping the range is the i20 Premium SE versions, which further add front parking sensors, heated front seats and steering wheel, panoramic sunroof, and chrome effect front grille surround.

The new Hyundai i20 delivers class leading interior space, thanks to a 45mm increase in the wheelbase. Boot space is one of the best in the segment, offering 326 litres – S, S Air and S Blue models only.

Numerous petrol and diesel engines are available to power the next-generation Hyundai i20. Depending on the version chosen, the supermini will emit between 84g/km and 155g/km of CO2, placing it in a VED band between ‘A’ and ‘G’.