Hyundai has recently updated all its models to give it the Fluidic look. However one car was overlooked and that is the i20. The Hyundai i20 went on sale in December, 2008 and since then got no real facelift. The Korean automaker gave the i20 some chrome last summer but that won’t do the trick for long. Naturally the family face should debut on the car soon, giving some boost to the i20 brand. The 2012 Hyundai i20 will feature the signature Hyundai grille and fluidic headlights along with revised tail lights and new alloy wheels. The interiors will also get slight revision to get it in line with latest standards. Expect a slight price hike of Rs. 20,000/- when the new i20 goes on sale in October, 2011. The engines will remain untouched with the same 1.2L, 1.4L petrol and 1.4L diesel continuing in the facelifted version.