All but the entry-level version have a simple 7.0-inch touchscreen called Touch Drive. It controls the infotainment system and, by linking with your smartphone (not all models, however, and not the latest iPhone), projects a mirror image of the screen onto the car’s touchscreen, allowing you to use navigation apps, read your messages or play music.
The display is bright and clear but with the roof down on the Airscape model, the glare from the sun makes it impossible to read. On C1s with solid roofs it’s not such a problem and in any case, the screen buttons are easy to see and responsive. Bluetooth and DAB radio are also both standard with the screen. Only the top-of-the-range Hyundai i10 has Bluetooth, and you can’t get DAB on this model at all.
The entry-level Touch model might lack the infotainment system but it does at least have a two-speaker MP3 stereo with a USB socket.