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New Hyundai i20 Interiors Explained In Detailed Pictures

Published On Nov 08, 2020 12:00 PM By Dhruv Attri for Hyundai i20 2020-2023

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At first glance, it’s a minimalist layout despite the presence of a host of features

Hyundai has launched the new i20 with prices ranging between Rs 6.80 lakh and Rs 11.18 lakh (ex-showroom India). And these prices are quite steep in comparison to its competitors. So is it pampering you with any extra convenience or equipment to justify that price tag? The best way to find that out is by taking a long, hard look at its interior. Dig in. 

Ingress and egress to the i20’s cabin is quite easy despite its low stance, even for the elders in the family. 

The first thing that strikes you is the minimalist layout for the dashboard, a radical departure from the previous generations of i20s. The new design gets an all-black treatment along with contrasting red/copper accents depending on the variant you choose. 

All four doors feature bottle holders and feature contrasting accents to break the monotony. The door’s plastic quality isn’t bad but could’ve been better to match the rest of the cabin.  

It looks a lot more premium thanks to the Audi-like AC vents and ambient lighting.

The day/night IRVM gets a manual toggle switch with controls for BlueLink, SOS and roadside assistance. 

The 10.25-inch HD touchscreen infotainment is easily the biggest in its segment and comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Its touch response and the user interface is quite snappy. 

A 7-speaker Bose sound system with a subwoofer in the boot will keep the audiophiles happy.

A digital instrument cluster with a MID in between adds up to the sporty driving experience. Apart from the obvious, it can relay information such as turn-by-turn navigation, TPMS and warning indicators (low fuel warning, door and tailgate ajar and gearshift indicator).

The steering wheel is a direct lift from the bigger Creta. 

The new i20 gets sleek controls for climate control with the wireless charging pad with cooling function at its bottom. 

The central tunnel and area surrounding the gear lever is clutter-free and gets two cupholders. However, one of these is occupied by the segment-first air purifier in the higher variants. 

There’s an electric sunroof as well. The i20 is only the second car in the segment, after the Honda Jazz, to have it on offer. The first-gen Hyundai i20 also had the sunroof on offer. 

You get a sliding function for the front armrest from the Asta variant onwards. 

The new i20 comes with leatherette upholstery in higher Turbo variants. Depending on the dual-tone and monotone shades, it gets copper or red contrasting stitching.   

The second row also gets an armrest with dedicated AC vents and a USB charger. Seating three average-sized adults is much easier than before. The headroom and knee room is quite adequate for even 6-footers sitting one behind the other. That said, the centre passenger gets only a lap belt.

The boot space stands at 311 litres but a 60:40 split system is missing.

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