IN PICTURES: Hyundai i10 Facelift Offers Refreshed Design and New Features

Hyundai has revealed the new look of the i10 and i10 N Line, with both including an upgraded specification and refreshed styling. Coming with the new specification is a host of driver comfort, upgraded technology and advanced connectivity features that are usually only seen on vehicles at higher price points.

The new i10 has had upgrades both on the exterior as well as the interior, boasting a sportier stance with its low roof and long wheelbase. The upgrade includes integrated daytime running lights on the regular model which make the car fit in alongside the other vehicles on offer in the Hyundai range.

The refreshed interior includes a new 4.2-inch LCD driver display cluster, USB type-C charging ports in both the front and rear and over the air updates, alongside the previous models features of an 8-inch display screen, Audio Video Navigation, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and a wireless charger.
The 4.2-inch LCD driver display cluster clearly displays key driver information and can be customised to your liking.
It offers tartan fabric seats with vertical purple lines, as well as purple touches in the stitching and air vents. Grey touchpoints with a purple sheen, as seen in the crash pad and lower central console, add extra style.
Inside, the model is outfitted with blue mood lamps in the front seats. A new colour package, the Purple Package, brings a sense of playfulness to the car’s sporty exterior design.

​The model also comes standard with more Hyundai Smart Sense safety features. Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA) for ‘City’, ‘Interurban’, and ‘Pedestrian’ has also been expanded to include ‘Cyclist’. FCA helps detect and avoid potential accidents with obstacles ahead. Lane Following Assist (LFA) uses steering control to help the car stay in the current lane of travel. Rear Occupant Alert (ROA) reminds the driver with a message in the cluster if the rear door had been opened during the journey – to prevent anyone or anything in the rear seat from being left behind.

The UK equipment specification, technical information and pricing is yet to be announced. In the meantime, why not find out more about the Hyundai i10?

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