2011 Hyundai ix20
Hyundai calls their latest corporate look “Fluidic,” and that’s a good description of the smooth and flowing look of the ix20. “Fluidic” design language has given all of the newest Hyundais outsized style, and the ix20 is no different—the ix20’s hexagonal grille and big angled headlights up front blend into crease-accented fenders to give the small package big personality—something that the small MPV segment typically lacks. Dynamically, the ix20 is particularly agile, making quick work of the technical turns of a course like the Top Gear Test Track; which is good, because out of the box, top speed isn’t really the ix20’s forte. Then again, as the old adage goes, “it’s more fun to drive a slow car fast than a fast car slow.” It’s even more fun to make a slow car insanely fast in the Upgrade Shop, and Forza has you covered in that department.