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New 2021 Hyundai I10 Price, Model, Specs

New 2021 Hyundai I10 Price, Model, Specs

New 2021 Hyundai I10 Price, Model, Specs – Hyundai did not give up on segment A-currently, not like the South Korean brand that was introduced today the third generation I10, sister model KIA Picanto. There is good news and bad to share about the smallest car brand design because even though it’s allegedly not nearly as attractive as the official sketch we want to believe, we observe a massive overhaul over the model out.

I10 now looks mature, although its dimensions remain quite a lot. It is 20 millimeters (0.78 inches) wider and sits 20 mm lower while most carry more lengths and wheelbase. Overall, a small five-door hatchback looks Sportier rather than a model that replaces, and will likely be more desirable in that N Line Trim we saw recently dual Exhaust Tips June.

New 2021 Hyundai I10 Price, Model, Specs

New 2021 Hyundai I10 Price, Model, Specs
New 2021 Hyundai I10 Price, Model, Specs

 

2021 Hyundai I10 Features

Getting back to the car in hand, the difference in comparison to its predecessor was night and day as we can clearly see the step in the right direction has been taken by Hyundai. Dominating the dashboard is an eight-inch touch screen for the infotainment system, providing support for both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. In addition, there is a wireless charging and a good smartphone application that allows the driver to access some functions remotely, such as climate control settings.

In terms of security, 2021 Hyundai I10 comes with emergency braking with a front camera that can detect not only vehicles but also pedestrians. It comes with help and other security systems, including driver fatigue detection, speed limit warnings, Fixed-line and High-Beam assistance that automatically switches between high and low beams.

2021 Hyundai I10 Powertrain

The power is provided by a small three-cylinder engine 1.0 liters of gasoline with 67 HP and 96 Newton-meter (71 pound-foot) of torque, so, unfortunately, there is no turbocharger here.

There are also little beefier 1.2 liters units with 83 HP and 118 Nm (87 lb-ft). Both are connected as standard for the five-speed manual transmission, but the automatic manual gearbox with the same number of gears can have at an additional cost. Furthermore, the three-cylinder compatible unit with LPG will be launched.

New 2021 Hyundai I10 Price, Model, Specs

The new generation of Hyundai I10 will be sold in the United Kingdom on January 18 with MSRP from £12.495 ($ 16489/€ 14788). This makes £1.195 ($ 1577/€ 1414) pricier than the entry-level Ford KA + and £2.355 ($ 3108/€ 2787) more expensive than the Volkswagen Base-up!.

2021 Hyundai I10 Interior

2021 Hyundai I10 Interior
2021 Hyundai I10 Interior

However, it offers a wide selection of standard equipment, including DAB radios with 3.8-inch displays, air conditioning, Electric windows, electric side mirrors, Cruise Control and leather-wrapped steering wheels and derailleur levers.

Forward-collision warnings with autonomous emergency braking, line departure warnings, advanced relief paths, high beam assists, and eCall are also standard.

If you want more equipment, then you should see the I10 SE Connect, which starts at £13.495 ($ 17808/€ 15972) and adds a 15-inch Alloy Wheels, 8-inch Infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Bluetooth and camera reversing. The Premium Spec will cost you at least £14.495 ($ 19128/€ 17155) and carry 16-inch Alloy Wheels, LED DRLs, fog lights front, privacy glass, heated front seats and rudders and a unique honeycomb design from the dashboard, gear lever, and door panels.

All models come with 1.0 liters of 67 PS (66 HP/49 kW) engines as standard, but SE Connect and Premium can also be ordered with a 1.2-liter 84 PS (83 HP/62 kW) unit.

From Mid-spec up, customers can choose 5-speed automatic transmissions for the premium, instead of the 5-Speed manual, and talking about the choice, metallic paint will cost you £550 ($ 726/€ 651), while the Premium-only two-tone roof and Tech Pack, with a smart speed warning, will require another £500 ($ 660/€ 592) and £1.000 ($ 1320/€ 1184), respectively.

Hyundai i10 2020

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