In its first release, the i10 picked up the accolade of the 'Best city car less than £9,000' at the What Car? Car of the Year 2013 awards. Furthermore, the car achieved loyalty rates above the segmented average, scoring 54 per cent in the five biggest European markets - six percentage points above the mean.
Now, the new i10 will include dynamic styling, high quality and high efficiency, with more room in the cabin and the boot.
Along with the new proportions, the car has improved drive quality, with greater body and wheel control, which Hyundai says delivers more "driver involvement and ride comfort".
Allan Rushforth, senior vice president and chief operating officer at Hyundai Motor Europe, said: “The introduction of new generation i10 represents a pivotal moment for Hyundai Motor in Europe and for the A-segment in the region.
"Rich in features and abilities normally only found in vehicles from segments above, new generation i10 offers consumers premium equipment and abilities - without asking them to pay a premium price."
In regards to the exterior, the new i10 features sleek lines to deliver a fluidic sculpture and to stick to Hyundai's design philosophy.
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