The equipment list of the 2019 Hyundai i20 has been updated with some additional features.

2018 Hyundai Elite i20 CVT Test Drive Review
The i20 gets 15-inch wheels on the single-tone Sportz+ variant

Hyundai India has updated the feature list for the MY19 Elite i20. The base Era MT variant comes with parking sensors and Eco Coating now. The second variant which is Magna has been renamed to Magna+. This variant now comes with Bluetooth, steering-mounted audio controls, voice recognition, chrome grille, keyless entry, DRL+fog lamps, front map lamps and rear parking sensors.

Moving on, the Sportz and Asta variants have been combined to make a new Sportz+ variant which gets 15-inch gunmetal alloys (single-tone variant), 16-inch diamond cut alloys (dual-tone variant), chrome grille surround, Arkamys AVN system with smartphone connectivity, rear parking camera & sensors, sliding front armrest and tilt/telescopic steering. The CVT and dual-tone Sportz+ variants get wireless charging too while the dual-tone variant also gets adjustable rear headrests.

The top most Asta (O) variant remains mostly unchanged. It now comes with the option of the CVT gearbox and also gets wireless charging. The CVT is also offered on the Sportz+ variant while it has been given a miss in the Era and Magna+ variants. The Sportz+ dual-tone model comes with black ORVMs.

No mechanical changes have been made to the 2019 Hyundai Elite i20. It comes with the same 1.2-litre petrol and 1.4-litre diesel engines with no changes to the power and torque figures.

2019 Hyundai i20 Features

– Magna renamed to Magna+, Sportz and Asta combined to make Sportz+
– CVT now available on top-most Asta (O) trim
– Wireless charging now available on the i20

2018 Hyundai Elite i20 CVT Review
The i20 competes with the Baleno majorly, which is getting a facelift soon