2014 Hyundai i10 spied undergoing testing

by SpeedLux

We recently came across yet another spying activity that took place and this time it was the 2014 Hyundai i10. The model was spied as its prototype was undergoing testing in Europe.

The model was quite heavily camouflaged and it appeared that the model had an evolutionary design which looked sportier and more elegant than its predecessor. The model comes with features such as sweptback headlights, a distinctive greenhouse, a gently sloping roofline and L-shaped LED daytime running lights that are located near the fog lights.

Engine options will most likely consist of petrol choices and so we can expect a 1.1-liter engine with output of 69 hp (51 kW) and a 1.2-liter one with output of 86 hp (64 kW). There could also be a 1.0-liter LPG engine that will generate 82 hp (61 kW).

There is no official confirmation as to when the model will be launched but it may be unveiled this year in the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show.




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