Render – Next generation Hyundai i10

Posted on: Jan 14, 2013 - 8:30am IST

Like you we hope the new i10 looks a lot better than this rendering published on German magazine AutoBild.

2014 Hyundai i10 rendering

There’s one design detail which is accurate, if the render is compared to spyshots posted on the net. The rear quarter glass that pierces into the C-Pillar is the real deal.

As reported time and time again, the European production of the i10 will move to the Turkish plant which is currently in the ramp up stage. The same plant will produce a compact sedan next year with the new i10 platform.

Features of the new i10 are inspired by models such as the new ix20 and i30. It will reportedly be offered in 3- and 5-door versions (current model is strictly a 5-door), with 1.0L and 1.2L three-cylinder and four-cylinder engines respectively under the bonnet.

Hyundai has showcased small capacity turbocharged petrol engines, which could make it to the i10 in the coming years, if not at launch.

The 2014 Hyundai i10 will premiere at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September. Hyundai India may introduce it in late 2013 or at the Auto Expo in Noida next year. For the Indian market, Hyundai will offer a three-cylinder, 1.1L 75PS diesel engine, on top of Kappa petrol engines. This eagerly-awaited candidate presently services certain UK-spec i20 diesel variants.

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3 thoughts on “Render – Next generation Hyundai i10

  1. Sarun says:

    The side mirrors on the render cant be right.. cuz according to the spy shots.. they’ve retained the same as that of the existing i10.. which is the same on the new fluidic i20 as well as the old i20..

  2. Hitin Suri says:

    Hats off to Hyundai to bring best in class features for every segment accept one on deisel i20 missing AT . Hope i10 deisel will come as shown above in AT too . This will retain there segment first legacy . Hope Hyundai India listening to us.

  3. sandy says:

    Not bad. Looks more dynamic. Indian spec may get bit smaller wheels.


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