It sits on the same chassis as the outgoing model, so it shares the same wheelbase, height and width; however, the different front and rear bumper designs extend the cars overall length by 55mm (30mm front, 25mm rear), to 3995mm. That means the i20 is now around 5cm longer than a Fiesta.
The biggest revisions come in the engine line-up, which now features two new diesel motors alongside the current 1.2- and 1.4-litre petrol units. The most radical of the new engines is a 1.1-litre, three-cylinder diesel, which produces 74bhp and 125lb ft of torque, and emits just 84g/km of CO2.
Theres also a revised version of the current 1.4-litre 89bhp unit; it gets efficiency gains that bring its CO2 emissions down from 111g/km to 96g/km.
The face-lifted i20 is due on sale in May; prices are expected to stay close to those of the current model, so expect entry-level versions to start from just under 10,000.