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Facelift for Hyundai i10


Hyundai's popular mini car gets a series of exterior and interior updates along with an upgrade to the safety package. The model is expected to arrive in Israel in the coming months

Almost 3 years after the third generation of the Hyundai i10 was introduced, the manufacturer's popular mini car, which is also considered one of the best-selling models in Israel, Hyundai reveals a mid-life facelift.

The facelift is supposed to inject freshness into the model and extend its life, although it doesn't go far as the competition in the mini car category is fading.

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As part of the facelift, the 2023 models receive light updates to the exterior that include new LED daytime running lights in the form of hexagons integrated into the front grille along with a redesigned air intake.

At the rear of the car there are lighting units that include a new LED light signature.

In addition, it will be possible to get the i10 from now on with a sporty design package in the style of Hyundai's N models.

You will find a more significant change in the passenger cabin, which for the first time has the option of a nice digital dashboard, updated multimedia that also includes connectivity to wireless Android Auto and Apple Car-Play and support for OTA updates, the addition of USB TYPE C sockets in the front and back and an option for a wireless charging pad.

The refresh is completed by new seat upholstery, additional lighting for the front passengers' feet and other minor cosmetic touches.

The safety equipment has also been upgraded with a system to warn of forgetting children in the back seat.

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The range of engines, on the other hand, remains unchanged, which means that the vehicle will continue to arrive in Israel with a 1.25-liter gasoline engine that produces 84 hp and is mated to a 5-speed manual or automatic-robot gearbox with a single clutch, although a basic 1.0-liter version is also offered internationally.

The new Hyundai i10 will go into production this April at the company's factory in Turkey, and is expected to arrive in Israel during the second half of the year.

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Source: israelhayom

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