The 2016 Hyundai i10 will debut at the Paris International Motor Show to be held in early October with an improved design and renewed technological and safety details. The youngest Hyundai line has sold 220,000 units in just three years and 670,000 units since its first launched last 2008.
Designed, developed and produced in Europe, the new Hyundai i10 will sport a new frontal image that will also characterize the front look of future Hyundai vehicles as well. It will have a new front cascading grilles with rear fog lamps as well as a change in design of the bumper and will now incorporate LED daytime lights. Side moldings also changed and a new set of 14 inches alloy wheels finished the outside design of the 2016 Hyundai i10.
Under the hood we find the same engine that was used in the previous Hyundai i10. 1.0 three-cylinder Kappa with 66 hp and 94 Nm of maximum torque and 1.25 MPI four-cylinder with an output of 87 hp and a torque of 120 Nm. Like its predecessor too, it will be available in two petrol 1.0 - liter and 1.25-liter engines.
The new 2016 Hyundai i10 has also benefited from the work done in the blocks and stops the suspension, which contributed to a better performance of the utility, and a new steering ratio for ease of handling.
Inside, the seats have a new combination of fabric in red. Additionally, you can choose combinations of different colors such as orange, beige, blue or red tones.
The new 2016 Hyundai i10 will also have a standout connectivity system as it is one of the few cars that will offer both Android Auto and Apple carplay in a single infotainment. The navigation system is a 7-inch touch screen tablet that comes with a free subscription for seven years LIVE Services, including traffic conditions in real - time, local weather prediction and points of interest as well as the position of speed cameras in countries where permitted.
The security system of the new 2016 Hyundai i10 incorporates two new features, both based on the new multifunction camera mounted: a system of Forward Collision Warning (FCWS) and a warning system lane departure (LDWS) for speeds over 60 km / h.
In addition, the Hyundai i10 2016 maintains other functions and features that its predecessor already had including automatic climate control, steering wheel and heated front seats, five seats and luggage compartment.