Hyundai reveals pricing, CO2 and specs for new i10
Hyundai’s third-generation i10 city car will go on sale next month, priced from £12,495 and bringing enhanced equipment and updated design as it targets younger buyers.
Revealed in the autumn ahead of its debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the new model is wider, longer and with a sporty new design that repositions it in the A-segment, including offer a full five-seat configuration.
The changes see the previous ‘S’ entry-level trim dropped, bringing the SE in as the starting point in combination with the 67hp 1.0 MPi petrol with five-speed manual, providing NEDC Correlated CO2 emissions from 101g/km (TBC). Standard equipment includes DAB radio with 3.8-inch display, Bluetooth, air conditioning, electric windows, leather steering wheel and gear lever, electric mirror adjustment and cruise control.
Safety features included as standard bring lane keep assist, driver attention alert, high beam assist and forward collision warning system with integrated autonomous emergency braking, lane departure warning system with lane keep assist and eCall.
The SE Connect trim starts at £13,495 for the 67hp 1.0 MPi five-speed manual. Specification enhancements over the SE include 15-inch alloy wheels, an 8-inch touchscreen display audio, rear-view camera, subscription-free Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Bluetooth with voice activation and 2 rear speakers. This trim is also available with a 105g/km 84hp 1.2 MPi four-cylinder engine with five-speed manual. Both powertrains are also available with a new five-speed automated manual transmission.
The i10 Premium 67hp 1.0 MPi five-speed manual is available from £14,495 and includes 16-inch alloy wheels, halogen bi-function headlamps with integrated position light, LED daytime running lamps, front fog lamps and privacy glass. It also comes with heated front seats and steering wheel, as well as a bespoke honeycomb design to the dashboard, door and gear lever surround trims. The i10 Premium is also available with an 84hp 1.2 MPi four-cylinder engine, with both the five-speed manual, or new five-speed auto.
An optional Tech Pack can also be specified with Premium trim for an extra £1,000 and offers a wireless charging pad for compatible handheld devices plus an 8-inch touchscreen navigation with Bluelink telematics and intelligent speed limit warning function.
Order books for the new Hyundai i10 open on 18 January 2020.