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autoviva2016-09-01 17:02:12

Paris Motor Show: Hyundai i10 facelift revealed

Design was updated but engines remain the same

 
 
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The goal was to refresh the design of model, keeping it competitive against its rivals

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has unveiled the facelifted version of the i10i10Hyundai i10Republic of Korea, 2014 > present20 versions
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that thw brand will launching at the Paris Motor Show in the beginning of October.

The goal was to refresh the design of model, keeping it competitive against its rivals, such as the Volkswagen UpUp! Gen.1Volkswagen Up! Gen.1Germany, 2011 > present107 versions
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, Skoda CitigoCitigo Gen.1Skoda Citigo Gen.1Czech Rep., 2011 > present52 versions
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, Seat MiiMii Gen.1Seat Mii Gen.1Spain, 2011 > present49 versions
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and Kia PicantoPicanto Gen.2Kia Picanto Gen.2Republic of Korea, 2011 > present56 versions
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. Updates include a new front grille, LED daytime running lights as well as a redesigned rear bumper and new side mouldings. New 14in steel or alloy wheels are now available.
 
The interior has also been one of main focus of improvement by Hyundai on the i10. It has added a  7.0in touchscreen infotainment system that features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality, as well as satellite navigation.
 
Safety has also been improved on the i10 with the addition of a larger front bump stopper and modified steering.
 
In terms of engines the Hyundai i10 will continue to be powered by the same 1.0-litre and 1.25-litre petrol units with 65hp and 86hp respectively. They will be matted with either a standard five-speed manual transmission or an optional four-speed automatic gearbox.
 
Complete specifications will only be announced to the car's launch.
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