The Hyundai i20 is a supermini car produced by the South Korean manufacturer Hyundai since 2008. The i20 made its debut at the Paris Motor Show in October 2008 and sits between the i10 and i30. It is a front-wheel drive car and is available in three and five-door versions. The i20 replaces the Getz in nearly all of its markets, though the Getz was not phased out in most of the world until 2011. The i20 is assembled in Turkey (İzmit plant) for the European market and in Sriperumbudur (near Chennai), India for sale in Asia and Oceania.
The i20 is not sold in South Korea and North America, as those markets have the Accent hatchback. From April 2012, i20 is discontinued in the Indonesian market, because the introduction of the Accent/Grand Avega made i20 sales drop.
A slightly upgraded version of the i20, called the i-Gen i20, went on sale in India in March 2012 onward with tweaked Headlamp, new Front Grill, Tail-lamp and Fog Lamps. It follows the Fluidic design philosophy with slightly re-tuned engines.