Z around model year 2017 the Hyundai10 gets a fresh look. The redesigned radiator grille now has two round additional headlights that function as daytime running lights. Before they sat down in the apron. The Koreans upgrade the rear of the i10 with a redesigned apron, which now integrates a large, black insert and two round rear fog lights. The flanks of the i10 now feature chrome door handles and repositioned protective strips. There are also light alloy wheels in a new design. The interior can be designed more individually with new color combinations.
Infotainment and security update
The update of the i10 also includes a new, optional infotainment system with a 7-inch touchscreen via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto can integrate smartphones and is provided with a free 10-year map update. The safety equipment has also been expanded, which now includes a front-end crash warning system and a lane departure warning system based on a front camera.
The engine range for the Hyundai i10 has not been refreshed. The two well-known 1.0 and 1.2 liter petrol engines with 67 hp and 87 hp are also used in the new i10. They can be combined with a five-speed manual gearbox or, for an additional charge, a four-speed automatic. In addition, the i10 blue 1.0 with start-stop system and the liquid gas version i10 LPG will continue to be offered.
Prices for the Hyundai i10 start unchanged at 9,990 euros for the 67 hp petrol engine. The Blue 1.0 version costs from 10,290 euros, the LPG version at least 11,490 euros and the 1.2 top model at least 12,710 euros. The two petrol engines can also be ordered with a 4-speed automatic for an extra 1,000 euros