IAB Report – Hyundai Grand i10 SportZ edition launched

Posted on: Sep 3, 2014 - 8:41pm IST

Gets a dual tone red and black interior. 

To celebrate the first anniversary of the launch of the Hyundai Grand i10, the company has introduced the ‘SportZ’ special edition. Available in petrol and diesel trims, the SportZ edition is priced at INR 5.11 lakhs for the petrol and INR 5.98 lakhs for the diesel (ex-Showroom, New Delhi).

Hyundai Grand i10 SportZ edition front three quarters left
Side body decal and stripes on the bonnet and tailgate distinguishes the SportZ edition from the normal variant.

The special edition features 14-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels, Bluetooth connectivity, steering-mounted controls, leather wrapped steering wheel, rear spoiler, a blackened out B-Pillar and body graphics. The car also gets a full cloth upholstery and a dual tone red-and-black dashboard and door inserts.

Hyundai Grand i10 SportZ edition side view press image

Hyundai say that they have delivered over 1.1 lakh units of the Grand i10 in India in 12 months. The car also achieved the fastest 1 lakh sales mark in India in a period of 10 months

Hyundai Grand i10 SportZ edition dashboard
The dashboard and door pads are finished in a dual tone colour.

Powered by a 1.1-liter three-cylinder diesel engine or a 1.2-liter four-cylinder petrol engine, the petrol car is available with an optional 4-speed automatic gearbox in addition to the 5-speed manual.

Also read: Hyundai Elite i20 gets 15,300 bookings in 20 days

The Grand i10 is positioned as Hyundai’s entry premium compact car while the newly launched Elite i20 is the high-end premium compact car.

Hyundai Grand i10 SportZ Edition – Image Gallery

Hyundai Grand i10 SportZ Edition – Press Release

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One thought on “IAB Report – Hyundai Grand i10 SportZ edition launched

  1. sahil says:

    Hyundai did a perfect cost benefit analysis by giving the most seen features and omiting the less essential features. Sports Z edition omits start stop button and keyless entry system present in normal sports variant, and swaps it with a mormal key. This itself would have resulted in a cost saving of 20k, then they added steering wheel with bluetooth controls. Again omitted the essential rear defogger and rear wiper to differentiate the model with the asta variant. Hyundai could have added airbags & abs instead of allow wheels and would have won hearts for a sensible swap. But wishlist goes on.. So marketing wins over safety, as per the Indian standards.

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