Hyundai’s latest i10 supermini is due here in July but there will not be an N Line variant that’s inspired by the brand’s high-performance N models.
The popular little car gets an overall design upgrade inside and out compared with the current model.
The front gets a major facelift and there are LED lights placed at the back as well.
New tech on the inside includes a standard 4.2-inch LCD cluster, USB type-C in the front, and rear and over-the-air map updates.
The eight-inch display screen is there to help with audio video navigation. There is wireless Apple CarPlay/Android Auto and also wireless charging, as well as the latest update to telematics.
Standard are a basket of safety elements that include forward collision avoidance. There is also lane-following assist and rear-occupant alert, which is prompted if the rear door has been opened.
Boot capacity of 252 litres expands to a sizeable 1,050 litres with the rear seats folded.