2017 Hyundai i10 Redesign, Release, Changes

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Hyundai i10 has been enhanced with new advanced active safety and connectivity features from the segments above, as well as modern design refinements, including the new signature Cascading front grille.

“New i10 showcases strong build quality and our passion for detail, while also including many features from the segments above,” said Tony Whitehorn, President & CEO Hyundai Motor UK Ltd. “The impressive package has made the i10 one of the best-selling cars in its class and popular with customers across the UK – a success story that the New i10 is set to carry on.”

The second-generation Hyundai i10 was introduced in 2013, when the company’s smallest vehicle yet received a redesigned body, a more upmarket interior, and updated engines. Designed in Europe for the very first time, the new i10 continued the city car’s success story, with more than 200,000 units sold by July 2016. In 2016, the Korean automaker launched a mid-cycle facelift that brings new styling updates, more equipment, and the brand’s latest technology.

Hyundai has announced upgrades for its smallest city car. Since its debut in 2013, the Hyundai i10 has been quite successful and has sold over 200,000 units. The new upgrades are meant to make the model more attractive. The facelift adds new exterior features, new interior equipment as well as a host of awesome technologies not common in this segment.

2017 Hyundai i10 Price

Pricing for the new 2017 Hyundai i10 has been set at $10,900 – $20,000 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2017 Hyundai i10 we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.


2017 Hyundai i10 Release Date

The South Korean carmaker, Hyundai has revealed the Europe-spec i10 facelift ahead of its world debut at the 2016 Paris Motor Show in October. Pictures of the updated model reveal the exterior and interior changes the car has received. The European-spec 2017 Hyundai Grand i10 facelift will continue to available with the 1.0-litre and 1.25-litre petrol powertrains paired to a 5-speed manual and a 4-speed automatic gearbox. Hyundai has already started testing the updated Grand i10 in India.

2017 Hyundai i10 Specs

The cabin looks largely unchanged. The biggest change in the cabin is the addition of a new 7-inch touch-screen mounted on the center of the dash. Buyers also have an option for new red cloth upholstery. Unlike the outgoing models, the blue and black interior color trim is available with all trims as opposed to the top trims only in the outgoing model.

Inside, the car retains the dashboard design, though the theme (red-black) has been changed. The hatch also gets new upholstery for seats, a 7-inch touchscreen display with navigation, Apple Carplay and Android Auto and lane departure warning.

While its interior styling is unchanged, the vehicle comes with a host of new technologies. In terms of connectivity, the i10 sits pretty at the top of the segment. In fact, it is the only model in its class that offers Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and LIVES Services as part of its infotainment system.

The exterior of the i10 hatchback has been revised to feature a more emotional design. The front   features a new grille which looks sportier. The automaker has replaced the previous trapezoidal grille for a “cascading grille” design. This grille is characterized by a wider top and narrow bottom; the grille also features new curved lines.

It is the first Hyundai model to feature this grille which will be used on other Hyundai models in future. The bumper is also revised. However, the headlights and the engine hood are unchanged from the outgoing model. However, the grille opening between the head lights is slimmer compared to the outgoing model. The hatch also features new LED DRLs on the edges of the new grille. The side vents have also been revised. The vents stretch towards the grille and they integrate smaller chrome-trimmed fog- lights.


On the outside,the 2017 Grand i10 facelift receives minor cosmetic upgrades. The fascia of the car gets a new grille integrated with round LED daytime running lights and Elantra-inspired boomerang-shaped fog lamp. The side profile of the hatchback has been revised modishly with updated side mouldings and a new pair of 14-inch alloy wheels. At the rear end, there is re-designed bumper with round reflectors.

In the front, the New i10 features a new bumper design and new round LED daytime running lights, positioned at the edges of the new Cascading grille. On the rear, New i10 is also characterised by an evolved bumper design, including refined materials on the rear lights, a new black inlay as well as round rear fog lamps mirroring the new front design. Redesigned side mouldings with a new shape and size round off the fresh profile of New i10.

At the rear, the bumper features a huge, black section at the center. The automaker has also added new fog-lights. The black theme of the bumper gives the small hatch a mature look to complement the front look. On the sides, the hatch features new moldings as well as a new set of 14-inch steel wheels. Alloy wheels are optional.

2017 Hyundai i10 Engine

The 2017 Hyundai i10 carries over with the similar power-trains from the outgoing models. The base unit is a 1.0 L, 3-cylinder engine which produces 66 hp and 70 lb-ft of torque. This engine can also be had with bi-fuel technology (mixes LPG and gasoline) for buyers looking for optimum fuel economy. With this, the engine produces 67 horses and 66 lb-ft of torque.

The top trim models will be powered by a 1.25 L, 4-cylinder engine which is capable of producing 87 hp and 88 lb-ft of torque. Both engines are mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox; a 4-speed automatic transmission is offered as an option. The models are offered in front-wheel drive. The hatch is quite frugal with over 45 mpg fuel economy rating on the British testing cycle. EPA ratings are yet to be out but you can expect good ratings as well.

For the European market, the new Hyundai i10 facelift will continue to be offered with a 1.0-litre and 1.25-litre petrol engines. Transmission options, too, will remain unchanged – 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic. In India, the Grand i10 facelift is likely to carry forward using the current 1.2-litre four-cylinder VTVT petrol and 1.1-litre U2 CRDi diesel engines from the existing model. However, reports suggest that Hyundai might offer a more powerful diesel engine on the hatchback. The vehicle is likely to get a 1.2-litre TCI diesel unit, which will be more powerful and fuel efficient than existing 1.1L U2 CRDi diesel unit.

The New i10 makes advanced technology available to more people than ever before. Responding to customer demand for single connectivity features, New i10 includes the latest connectivity features, all integrated into the new seven-inch touch screen navigation system. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto guarantee seamless integration, safe operation and mirrored functionality of mobile devices based on iOS or the Android operating system. In order to be up-to-date at any time, New i10’s navigation system comes with a seven-year free subscription to LIVE Services, offering real-time traffic conditions, local weather and points of interest as well as the position of speed cameras in countries where this is permitted by law. Customers do not even have to choose: New i10 is the only car in its class to offer Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and LIVE Services in a single infotainment system.

In terms of safety, New i10 now comes with two advanced features to actively avoid accidents, both based on the new multi-functional camera: a Front Collision Warning System (FCWS) and a Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) (optional on most trims). Using front camera sensors, FCWS alerts the driver acoustically and visually about collision dangers arising from other vehicles. Lane Departure Warning alerts the driver if unsafe movements are made while the car is driving over 60 km/h. The LDWS sounds an alarm before the car moves over lane markings.

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