Hyundai has revealed a facelift i10 ahead of its debut at the Paris Motor Show.
There’s been many design tweaks including a new bumper design with round LED daytime running lights. There’s also a cascading front grille which features a curved natural line which will become a design identity for Hyundai.
The rear lights now has refined materials, there’s a black inlay and there’s round rear fog lights which show symmetry on the light design up front. There’s a new design 14” steel or alloy wheels.
Inside sees an introduction to red cloth along with a choice of blue and black on all trim levels.
The new i10 will be better to drive due to a modified steering gear ratio and larger front bump stopper.
Just like the previous model, the new i10 will come with the choice of two petrol engines. These will be a 1.0-litre and 1.25-litre and will come with a 5 speed manual as standard or a 4 speed automatic gearboxes.
A new BlueDrive eco model, which is based on the 1.0-litre petrol engine, has a number of features to reduce fuel consumption.
The new i10 will come with a fair bit of tech including a 7” touch screen navigation system which comes with a 7 year free subscription to Live Services, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. There’s also automatic air conditioning, heated steering wheel and front seat warmers.
There’s also safety features such as Front Collision Warning System and a Lane Departure Warning System which is optional on most trim levels.
No prices have been announced as yet.