The revised supermini has gone on sale with new safety tech and more toys.

Hyundai has revealed pricing and specifications for the new UK version of its i20 supermini. 

The Korean carmaker says that the refreshed car has been upgraded with new connectivity and safety features, as well as redesigned front and rear styling. 

All new i20s now get a 7-inch infotainment display as standard that comes with DAB radio, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as Bluetooth and steering wheel controls, and automatic headlights. 

Hyundai says that the five-door version of the car also gets a range of safety equipment as standard from SE trim upwards, such as emergency braking, lane keep assist, driver attention alert and auto high beam systems. All cars get stop-start as standard, and the company is fitting Michelin eco tyres to models fitted with 15- and 16-inch wheels. 

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2018 Hyundai i20 refresh

Prices for the i20 S 5 door 1.2 75PS 5 speed manual will start from £13,995 and now gets manual air conditioning, USB, rear door speakers and automatic headlights. Remote central locking, electric front windows and electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors are carried over from the previous model.

From £15,495, the i20 SE 5 door 1.2 84PS 5 speed manual builds on the S trim level by offering customers additional equipment including a new design for the 15-inch alloy wheels, front fog lamps, LED DRL, rear parking sensors, cruise control and electric rear windows.

Raising the specification further, the i20 Premium Nav 5 door starts at £16,245 for the 1.2 84PS 5 speed manual. Premium Nav trim includes new design 16-inch alloy wheels, dark grey front grille, LED rear lamps, front and rear parking sensors, rear view camera, climate control, privacy glass, power folding mirrors, automatic wipers, auto dimming rear view mirror and front centre arm rest.

The range-topping i20 Premium Nav SE 5 door starts at £17,295 for the 1.2 84PS 5 speed manual, adding smart key with push button engine start, panoramic sunroof, heated front seats and steering wheel to the Premium Nav specification.

Hyundai says that its new i20 is available in a choice of eight colours. Tomato Red – a new colour to the range – joins Polar White as solid finish, no cost options. Clean Slate and Champion Blue – also new to the range – join existing colours Phantom Black, Sleek Silver, Stardust Grey and Passion Red. These are all metallic or pearl paint finishes and cost £550.

The i20 has already gone on sale at Hyundai dealerships around the country. 

Gallery: 2018 Hyundai i20 refresh