Hyundai has revealed UK pricing and specifications for its all-new i10, with order books opening in January.
Pricing kicks off at £12,495 for the South Korean city car, with that cost securing an entry-level SE model. As standard, the i10 boasts DAB radio, Bluetooth support, air conditioning, a leather-trimmed steering wheel and gear knob, electric mirrors and cruise control.
Moving up for SE Connect commands a £13,495 asking price, with this enhanced grade adding 15-inch alloy wheels, an eight-inch touchscreen display, a rear-view camera and support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to the i10.
Topping the range is Premium trim, available from £14,495. This brings 16-inch alloy wheels, LED daytime running lamps, privacy glass, heating elements for the front seats and steering wheel, plus a unique honeycomb design to the interior upholstery.
Additionally, Premium i10s can be fitted with a £1,000 Tech Pack. This adds satellite navigation with Hyundai’s Bluelink connected services to the car — with the latter allowing GPS locating of the vehicle, as well as being able to remotely lock the car with a smartphone.
Just as clever as it is eye-catching. Go Big with the All-New i10.
— Hyundai Motor UK (@Hyundai_UK) December 13, 2019
Two petrol engines are available for the Hyundai i10 — a 1.0-litre unit with an output of 66bhp and a 1.2-litre option developing 83bhp. A five-speed manual is fitted as standard to both engines, with the choice of an automatic also available.
All examples of the new Hyundai i10 are covered by a five-year unlimited mileage warranty as standard, too.
Order books for the city car are set to open on January 18, though delivery dates have yet to be confirmed for the first examples.