Hyundai introduced the new i10 before debut in ParisAugust 31, 2016
The veil was removed from the modified Hyundai i10, before the sale of a tiny city car will start in Europe in January.
The public debut of the updated model has been assigned the following month during the Paris Motor Show, the very same car was first launched in 2013. Although updates are minimal, the company hopes that they will help i10 better compete with the Kia Picanto, Volkswagen Up, Seat Mii and Skoda Citigo.
In front of the Hyundai i10 tweaked grille and added a new set of LED daytime running lights. These changes are complemented by a new bumper design and a set of 14-inch steel or alloy wheels. Styling at the rear include a new bumper, rear lights, round rear fog lights and thin black decor.
The biggest changes in the new car occurred in the interior. To begin with, a seven-inch touch navigation system, which is a standard filling high-end models with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The navigation system also includes a seven-year free subscription to road traffic monitoring system.
In addition, the Hyundai has added a front collision warning system with the car, and cross line assist system that work through sensors and front camera.
As for the engine, the model i10 in 2017 will be equipped with 1.0-liter and 1.25-liter petrol engine paired with either a five-speed manual gearbox as standard or an automatic gearbox with four speeds.
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