The digital rendering is based on the latest spy pictures of the 2019 Hyundai Grand i10.
It’s no secret that Hyundai is working on new-generation Grand i10 hatchback, which is reported to go on sale in 2019. While the launch is two years away, the carmaker has started testing its prototype in Korea. The recently spotted model was heavily camouflaged successfully covering all the details. Though, a digital rendering of the new 2019 Hyundai Grand i10 gives us a fair idea about the changes that will be made to the car.
Based on the latest spy pictures, the rendering shows that the 2019 Hyundai Grand i10 will feature the company’s new signature cascading grille and sharper headlamps. The front bumper will be boldly sculpted and the clamshell hood will further enhance its new look.
The pronounced shoulder creases, large windows and B-pillars seem to be carried over from the current generation. The top-spec trim of the hatchback will get dual-tone precision-cut alloy wheels. Interior of the new 2019 Hyundai Grand i10 will be richer than before. Read: Hyundai Kona SUV – What To Expect
The new-generation model is likely to feature a floating type touchscreen infotainment system. Features such as automatic climate control, multifunction steering wheel, cooled glove box and rear AC vent could also be on offer. The new 2019 Hyundai Grand i10 will meet the BNVSAP (Bharat New Vehicle Safety Assessment Program) safety norms that will be enforced from 1st October, 2018. Read – Upcoming Hyundai Cars In India
With respect to safety, the hatchback’s new-generation model will get a driver airbag, reverse parking sensors, ABS (antilock braking system), seatbelt warning for front passengers and speed alert system as standard. That means, the 2019 Grand i10 will be safer than the current generation.
Similar to the new Hyundai Santro (Hyundai AH2), the next-generation Grand i10 will get an optional AMT (automated manual transmission) unit. The carline will be available with both petrol and diesel engine options.
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