Hyundai reveals full specs for update i10 range
Hyundai has announced full specifications and list prices for its i10 supermini. Revealed back in October, the updated car gets a new front end, new safety tech and new connectivity features that will keep it competitive against the likes of the Citroen C1 and new Ford Ka+ for 2017.
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Externally, the updated model gets a new ‘cascading’ grille and front bumper with integrated daytime running lights – set to be a design feature on other models in the future too. Other changes on the outside include new door trim mouldings, a new rear bumper and circular rear fog lights that match the front.
Hyundai has added two advanced safety features too, based around a new multi-functional camera. A Front Collision Warning System (FCWS) and a Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) will give the driver audible and visual warnings in the case of a potential collision.
Opt for one of the plusher variants and there’s a host of new in-car advancements too. Premium spec i10s now get smartphone integration technology, while top-of-the-range Premium SEs come with a 7in touchscreen infotainment system with live satnav traffic updates.
Five trim levels
The new range kicks off with the i10 S that will be priced from £9,250, but to benefit from the new optional safety tech you’ll have to opt for the SE. This model lists at £10,500 and features air conditioning, cruise control and Bluetooth Connectivity. The Driver Assist Pack adds the new Lane Departure Warning System and Forward Collision Warning.
An SE Blue model is also available, and adds Intelligent Stop Go and smaller wheels, and allows the i10 to achieve up to 70.6mpg. The i10 Premium is the middle-of-the-range model and gets 14in alloy wheels, LED daytime running lights, climate control, and a smartphone docking station.
The range-topping trim comes in the form of the Premium SE which gets a 7in touchscreen-controlled infotainment system that includes Navigation, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
Mechanically, it’s business as usual, with the 1.0-litre and 1.25-litre petrol engines going unchanged. The facelifted i10 will be available from January and will sit along its new stable mate – the i30.