In tune with the step up in performance are the aggressive looks. The smiling front has gone under the knife and it now looks more mature. The larger hexagonal grille mimics Hyundai’s family look, the new headlamps look classy and the front bumper now houses a larger air dam.
The outside rearview mirrors on the top-end variant come with integrated turn indicators and body coloured mouldings. The rear bumper too comes with a body coloured rub strip as compared to the black-coloured one on the old i10. The re-sculpted rear bumper also gets reflectors and parking sensors. The design of the tail-lamps has been tweaked as well, giving it a more angular look.
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