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SPIED: 2013 Hyundai i10

2013-05-29 09:30

NEXT i10 IN THE WORKS: It hasn't been very long since the Hyundai i10 facelift was launched in SA but the automaker already has it 2014 model on the road undergoing testing. Image: Automedia

Hyundai's popular city car, the i10, received a facelift in 2011. For 2014, the automaker is planning to launch its next-generation i10 sporting minor upgrades.

The sporty window line of the current model and its compact size will remain.

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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 petrol with 51kW and 64kW (both four-cylinders) will be on board. No diesel variant will be available.

Like its technical brother, the Kia Picanto, the i10 will also be available with a the 1.0 LPG engine producing 61kW.

It is expected to be presented at the Frankfurt motor show in September 2013.

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