Hyundai has made a splash in Geneva with two new additions to the iCar family. The i20 has been completely refreshed and the new i30 hatch now has an estate-shaped stablemate.

Both cars follow Huyndai's 'Fluidic Sculpture' design language and look rather fine indeed.
The i20 comes with a set of all-new engines that keep it nice and eco friendly, too. The star motor is the new 1.1-litre 3-cylinder U-II diesel which comes with 73bhp and, when twinned with Hyundai's Blue Drive tech, emits just 84g/km CO2.

While it's the same height and width as its predecessor, it's 55mm longer.



The i30 estate is just that – an i30 with extra space. With the seats up it can hold 528-litres of stuff (against the hatch's 378-litres) and with the seats down you get 1,642-litres. Roomy.

It will get the same engine, trim and spec lineup as the hatch.

Both cars will hit the UK later this year.

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