Hyundai's new i20 is set to go on sale in January for £10,695, the manufacturer has announced.
The supermini will be slightly pricier than its competitors, such as the Skoda Fabia and Vauxhall Corsa, the latter of which is priced at just £8,995. Hyundai's S spec comes with a 74bhp 1.2-litre petrol engine and features such as remote locking, tinted windows, electric front windows and USB connectivity, reports autoexpress.co.uk.
For an extra £750, customers can order the S Air version, which adds manual air con. The S Blue model, on the other hand, is fitted with a 74bhp 1.1 CRDI diesel engine. Its CO2 emissions are low at 84g/km, thanks to its low-rolling-resistance tyres, so drivers can expect to make some savings on car tax. It's priced at £12,445.
However, it's the SE spec which Hyundai thinks will sell best, which either comes with a 99bph 1.4-litre or 83bph 1.2 petrol engine. Motorists who prefer diesel can choose either the 89bph 1.4-litre option or the 74bph 1.1. For the price of £12,725, it features cruise control, a lane-departure warning system, reversing sensors, Bluetooth technology and 16-inch alloy wheels.
There's also a Premium SE model, which costs £16,725, reports rac.co.uk. This model offers drivers some real luxury features, including a full-length panoramic glass sunroof, front parking sensors and heated front seats.
Hyundai is taking orders for the new models now, but those who want to see it in the flesh first will have to wait until it hits showrooms in January.