The front of the Rio is dominated by the tiger nose, which carries forward the family feeling of the Korean brand’s most recent cars, and transmits that feeling of sportiness sought by the designers, which is useful when targeting a younger audience. The profile of the car is characterised by a belt line stretching to the rear, where the short overhang accentuates the dynamism. As on the exterior, taut lines mark the layout of the dash, giving a further feeling of width and roominess to the cabin. The 5- or 7-inch infotainment display, resting on the console, stands out in the centre. The climate controls are below the screen. A rational layout, therefore, but effective.