Designed and developed at Hyundai's European R&D centre in Rüsselsheim, Germany, the ix20 is the second European car, following the ix35, to adopt Hyundai's new 'fluidic sculpture' design language. The name ix20 reflects the new model's crossover-like versatility.
Another model making its world premiere at Paris is the new i10. This upgraded version of Hyundai's city car benefits from a comprehensive set of enhancements in terms of design, specification and competiveness, including a new 1.0-litre engine with CO2 emissions of just 99 g/km.
Hyundai has extended its display area at this year's show by 66%, in order to showcase the company's broad product line-up and new technologies.