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2013-02-18 13:35

ANOTHER ONE? Spy shots of the new Hyundai i10 have surfaced, although heavily camouflaged it seems not too much has changed.

The most recent facelift of the Hyundai i10 wasn’t that long ago but the automaker is already on the road with the 2014 model of its “baby”.

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Its testing has begun and, as our spy images clearly show, the Korean giant is keeping the sporty window line of the current model.

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The daytime running lights will be in L-form close to the fog lights in diode technology. Nothing new is expected for the engine. The 1.1 and 1.2 engines with 51 and 64kW (both four-cylinders) will be on board.

Much like the current model, the i10 will get no diesel engine. But like its technical brother, the Kia Picanto, the i10 will get the 1.0 LPG engine with 61kW. We expect the Hyundai i10 to be presented at the Frankfurt motor show in September 2013.


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