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The Hyundai Atos was a city car produced by the South Korean manufacturer Hyundai since 1997. It was also marketed under the Atoz, Amica and Santro Xing model names. It was facelifted in 1999, from when it marketed as the Atos Prime, and in 2003. It has been available only with a five-door hatchback body style. It was replaced in most markets by the Hyundai i10 in 2007, but production continued in India till late 2014, when it was finally phased out.
The Atos Prime is marketed as the:
- Hyundai Amica in the United Kingdom
- Hyundai Santro Xing in India
- Atos by Dodge in Mexico
- Kia Visto in Indonesia and South Korea (Hyundai also sold the original Atoz in Indonesia).
- Inokom Atos in Malaysia
- Hyundai Santro in Pakistan
The original Atos was sold under the Hyundai brand but rebadged as the Atoz (or “AtoZ”) in some markets, including the United Kingdom. The Hyundai Santro is a rebadged version of the city car Hyundai Atos sold in someAsian markets.
Kia Visto is a re-badged Hyundai Atos Prime, although there is no Kia Visto by the name Hyundai Atos Prime in Indonesia or South Korea.
Hyundai entered the Indian market in 1997 with the Atos, marketed under the name Santro and various variants as Zip Drive,Zip Plus etc. Produced at Hyundai’s factory in Chennai, its primary competitor at that time was the popularMaruti Suzuki Zen. The distinctive styling of the first generation had mixed reviews, but the car was a success primarily due to its power steering feature and price.
In the years since, the Indian version has undergone a number of upgrades in styling and technology to respond to consumer preferences. In 2003, the first generation (Zip) was replaced with the second generation Atos Prime, marketed in India as the Santro Xing, which enjoyed great sales success. The car was also exported from India in large volumes to the Asia and Oceania region.
In its final few years, Santro had become a popular option as a hatchback taxi, and the car was still selling close to 30,000 units per year when Hyundai made the decision to discontinue production.