Hatchbacks have always remained popular especially because of their generous space, simplicity and cost-effectiveness. However, premium hatchbacks with advanced features and superior power have been marking their place in the industry recently. Hyundai’s i20, a Korean marquee, is one of the oldest competitors in this market. It has a long list of impressive features as well as a modern European-inspired look. In direct competition, Maruti Suzuki resurrected its vintage Baleno and breathed fresh life into it in an attempt to respond appropriately to its major competition, as a modern premium hatchback, ready to compete with the ever-popular Hyundai i20 hatchback. When it comes to design and fresh look the i20 with its aerodynamic design has an added advantage since it helps in reducing air resistance for enhanced handling and better fuel efficiency. Hyundai built the i20 based on the unique Fluidic Sculpture 2.0 design, which includes a Parametric jewel pattern grille, R16 diamond cut alloy wheel, shark fin antenna, Z-shaped LED tail lamps and more.