Hyundai has announced specs and prices for the newly updated version of its Bayon small SUV.

Exterior changes to the model include newly-standardised LED headlights and tail lights, a new full-length DRL bar, redesigned front and rear bumpers and new alloy wheels.

A single 100hp 1.0-litre petrol engine option is available, with either six-speed manual or seven-speed DCT automatic transmission.

The range consists of Advance, Premium and Ultimate equipment grades. Standard equipment with the Advance grade includes 16in alloy wheels, automatic headlights with dusk sensor, electric heated and folding door mirrors, a rear-view camera and parking sensors, a 10.25in driver display, a 10.25in touchscreen with sat-nav, Apple Carplay and Android Auto connectivity, cruise control, lane follow assist, lane keep assist, autonomous emergency braking, and intelligent speed limit assist.

Further equipment with the Premium grade includes 17in alloy wheels, automatic climate control, an auto dimming rear view mirror, automatic windscreen wipers with rain sensor, front parking sensors, a rear USB-C port, a windscreen auto defog function, privacy glass, a heated steering wheel, and heated front seats.

Extra kit with range-topping Ultimate spec includes a Bose premium sound system, wireless phone charging, blind spot collision warning system, a smart key with engine start button, and a sunroof.

Prices for Bayons with a manual gearbox start at £22,480 for the Advance grade, and rise to £23,880 for Premium and £25,280 for Ultimate. Automatic versions incur a £1,250 premium. Orders are open now.