Hyundai makes no shortcuts on safety. This is never more evident than in the abundance of safety features built into the i20 Cross.
Like Six airbags, including a driver, front passenger, dual curtain, and dual side airbags for front passengers.
Vehicle Stability Management (VSM) with Electronic Stability Control (ESC):
Designed to help on wet and slippery roads, Vehicle Stability Management works in conjunction with Electronic Stability Control to give the i20 more stability, so you can drive with added confidence on tricky surfaces.
Front and Rear Park Assist:
The i20 thinks of everything. To help with parking in tight spots, ultrasonic sensors located at the front and rear give an audible warning if objects are detected.
Child Seat Anchor Points:
The i20 is designed to keep Kiwi children as safe as possible with ISOFIX child seat anchor points on the second row outside seats. The i20 also features a deactivation switch for the front passenger airbag if a child seat is required to be used on the front passenger seat.
Advanced High Strength Steel (AHSS):
Hyundai’s capability to make their own high strength steel alloy is a real benefit, one you won’t notice until you need it. Advanced high strength steel makes up 42% of the body structure, which has increased torsional rigidity by an impressive 81% compared to the outgoing model.
Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS):
Utilising cutting edge technology including an advanced camera, the lane departure warning system alerts the driver when the vehicle strays out of a lane without signalling.
Hill-Start Assist Control (HAC):
Hill-start Assist Control does exactly what it says on the tin, preventing backward roll on steep hills and providing a smooth transition as the vehicle pulls away.