- Length: 3495 mm
- Width: 1495 mm
- Height: 1580 mm
- Wheelbase: 2380 mm
- Unladen weight: 847 kg
- Fuel Delivery: Multi-Point Injection
- Transmission: 5-Speed Manual
- Engine size & layout: 999 cc, 4 cylinders, 12 valves
- Peak Power: 40kW (55 bhp)
- Peak Torque: 82 Nm (60 lb-ft)
- 0-60 mph (96 km/h): 14.6 s
- Top Speed: 142 km/h (88 mph)
- Fuel economy: 6.4L/100km (44 UK MPG / 35 US)
- Emissions: 151g CO2/km, other emissions below Euro III standard.
(Adapted from listing available at )
The Atos Prime is marketed as the
- Hyundai Amica in the United Kingdom
- Dodge Atos in Mexico
- Kia Visto in Indonesia and South Korea
- Hyundai Santro in India and Pakistan
. The original Atos was sold under the Hyundai brand but rebadged as the Atoz (or "AtoZ") in some markets, including the United Kingdom.
Hyundai entered the Indian market through the Santro whose main rival at that time was the popular Maruti Suzuki Zen. The company got actor Shah Rukh Khan to endorse the Santro and although the radical styling was not accepted by everyone, the car was an instant hit. It is still undergoing number of improvements and face lifts to suit the Indian customers. The main rival of santro in the current market is Suzuki Wagon R and Maruti Zen Estilo.
In 2003, older models were replaced by the second generation Atos Prime as Santro Xing which is also very popular in India.
The Santro was launched in Pakistan in 2000. Having struggled a tough stance and low customer interest initially, the new Santro Club and Santro Exec created an impact in the market, which exists to date.
The Hyundai Santro is a rebadged version of the city car Hyundai Atos sold in some Asian markets.
In Malaysia, Hyundai Atos is locally assembled by Inokom carrying the badge Inokom Atos. The Inokom Atos Prima was later introduced in 2006 which is has the new Atos Prime front while maintaining the original Atos rear.