Hyundai is working on the all-new Grand i10 in the Indian and the global markets. While the upcoming car has been spotted testing under heavy camouflage in India and Europe, AutoBild has carefully observed what the styling can be under the heavy camouflage of the car to make a new rendering image. This is what the all-new Grand i10 may look like when it launches. The all-new Grand i10 is expected to be launched on 20th August in the Indian market.
The realistic rendering image of the car shows how the car will look like in the future. The rendering image shows the vehicle’s futuristic looks incorporating Hyundai’s latest design language. To start with, the vehicle gets a large cascade grille at the front, which looks similar to Hyundai’s new-age vehicles like the Hyundai Venue. The vehicle also gets new headlamps with integrated DRLs. The vehicle retains the regular design where the headlamp is in the conventional position. Down below, the all-new Hyundai Grand i10 also gets an aggressively designed bumper with small fog lamps inserted in them.
The overall shape of the Grand i10 also looks remains similar to the current-generation of the vehicle. It should be noted that Hyundai made changes to the window line for the Indian market. Since people in India use the rear seats more than the international markets, Hyundai made the rear windows larger to make the cabin feel airy. At the rear, the Hyundai Grand i10 is likely to get slight changes, which will include new fog lamps, a new tailgate and new bumpers. Overall, the car will look much fresher than the current version of the Grand i10.
It should be noted that the Grand i10 takes on the Maruti Suzuki Swift in the Indian market. After the all-new Swift was launched in the Indian market, the sales of the Hyundai Grand i10 got affected. With the launch of the all-new Grand i10, Hyundai is expected to gain its authority in the segment. Hyundai has already made and an official announcement about the launch of the Grand i10 in the Indian market. The all-new car is expected to get a host of changes in the cabin too. The mid-size hatchback will get a new dashboard with a new touchscreen infotainment system.
The BS6 emission norms will be implemented in the Indian market from April 2020. Hyundai is expected to launch the car with BS6 norms. The Grand i10 is expected to become the first BS6 car from the manufacturer in the Indian market. Hyundai is likely to offer AMT transmission with the all-new Hyundai Grand i10. The transmission is expected to be similar to the Hyundai Santro AMT.