- The i10 further democratises advanced technology from segments above, by offering connectivity and advanced safety features normally deployed in the C-segment and above.
The i10 is the only car in its class to offer Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ as standard equipment (on Premium models) via its Display Audio system, as well as standard navigation (on Premium SE models) with LIVE Services.
Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ allow the driver to stay focused
Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ guarantee seamless integration, safe operation and mirrored functionality of mobile devices based on iOS or the Android operating system.
With Android Auto™ all the functionalities provided by Google, such as Google Maps, are integrated in the i10 Premium ’s head unit. It brings all the useful information available in the smartphone onto the seven-inch display screen, organising it into simple icons like weather, missed calls, received messages and appointments. Users can also play their own music through third-party apps like Spotify or Deezer.
Similarly, Apple CarPlay™ is a smarter, safer way to use iOS devices in the i10 Premium. Users just have to connect their iPhone to get directions, make calls, send and receive messages and listen to music – all in a way that allows the driver to stay focused on the road.
LIVE Services free for seven years
The i10 Premium SE’s navigation system comes with a seven-year free subscription to LIVE Services, offering real-time traffic conditions, local weather and points of interest as well as the position of speed cameras in countries where permitted by law.
The infotainment system offers accurate real-time traffic information, providing the best route according to traffic conditions as well as the most precise indication of the estimated arrival time with 99% of all roads covered.
The weather information application included in the LIVE Services offers a 5-day forecast for major European cities as well as other locations and destinations.
Thanks to the online search for points of interest, drivers can easily find places they are looking for. Search results are based on real-time location information of more than eleven million points of interest available in 14 languages.
Advanced active safety from segments above
Safety is a top priority for Hyundai Motor and the i10 benefits from the latest technologies to make it one of the safest vehicles in its class. The A-segment car also has the customer option of the Driver Assist Pack comprising a Front Collision Warning System (FCWS) and a Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS). Using front camera sensors, the FCWS alerts the driver acoustically and visually about collision risks arising from other vehicles. The LDWS alerts the driver with an audio alarm sound if the car moves over lane markings to prevent unsafe movements. LDWS and FCWS are optional on SE models and above as part of the Driver Assist Pack.
Introduced as standard in the second-generation i10, electronic stability control (ESC) and vehicle stability management are also fitted in the latest i10, as is a tyre pressure monitoring system which is standard across the range.
Seatbelt reminders for all occupants and automatic central locking are also standard.
The comprehensive passive safety equipment was carried on from the predecessor and includes six airbags – two front, two front side and two full-length curtain – as standard.
Great convenience package with segment-leading boot space
The latest i10 features the same outstanding level of convenience of its predecessor: manual air conditioning on SE, with standard climate control from Premium grade upwards, and a heated steering wheel and heated front seats on Premium SE. It is an ideal companion for up to five people, and the boot offers generous stowage.
New for Premium SE models is the addition of Hyundai’s Smart Key with push-button start as standard.
The wheelbase of 2,385 mm allows for a bodyshell that gives way to one of the roomiest cabins in its class. Front seat occupants can enjoy 1,070 mm of legroom, as well as 1,306 mm of shoulder room and a class-leading 1,008 mm of headroom.
The generous boot capacity with 252 litres is easily accessed by the high-opening tailgate. The rear seats fold 60:40, yielding a useful 1,046 litres of storage space, accessed by one of the widest boot openings (920 mm) in the A-segment.
Still unique for an A-segment car, as in the second-generation i10, all four doors can each hold a large-capacity bottle (1.0-litre size in the front doors; 0.6-litre in the rear doors), while cup holders positioned rearward of the gear lever further boost the new i10’s functionality.
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