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BMW Vision Next 100 - interior Exterior and Drive

Revealed: the BMW ‘Vision Next 100’ concept

BMW celebrates 100 years this week. Here’s the car that’ll lead the party

BMW’s vision for the next 100 years is a sporting saloon. Not an SUV, not a hypercar, not a nuclear-powered flying car. Sports saloons are, says Adrian von Hooydonk, ‘the core’ of BMW.

But the BMW Vision Next 100, to give the car its full name, is also autonomous, shape-shifting and powered by something they won’t name.

Just like the i8 Spider revealed at CES in January, it has two modes. You drive or it drives.

But even when you’re driving, you’re in ‘boost mode’ - boosted into a hero driver. Augmented-reality guides you, projecting the ideal steering line and speed onto the windscreen.

The augmented-reality display will also project hidden hazards into your field of view. BMW’s example is a cyclist obscured by a truck. An image of the cyclist is projected onto your windscreen, making the truck magically semi-transparent.

If even that is all too difficult, or you have other things to do, switch to ‘ease mode’. The steering quadrant folds away and the chairs swivel around so you can kick back and get on with life.

Now, this shape-shifting business – or ‘alive geometry’ as van Hooydonk calls it. The armadillo-scales triangles on the dash let the car warn you, almost subliminally, of upcoming hazards by opening to reveal their red flipsides.

The external bodywork wears more of the same triangular motif. The wheels are faired in, so when the front ones turn to steer, the bodywork stretches to accommodate them. At the back of the car, the profile lengthens with speed, cutting aero drag.

At the front, the kidney grille is present and correct, but van Hooydonk points out it isn’t needed as an air intake – a clue that there’s no straight-six behind there. Instead they have re-purposed the grille as a porthole for all the sensors the car needs to drive autonomously.

“If you can imagine the future, you’ve made the first step,” says AvH. He’s imagined something pretty, don’t you think. But the future? Thoughts below, please.

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Amtrak's Next-Generation of High-Speed Rail

At Amtrak we know the future of the Northeast Corridor depends on the investments we make today, which is why we are excited to announce the upcoming arrival of the next-generation of high-speed rail. The new trainsets will replace the current Acela Express equipment and begin service in 2021.

For this project, we are pleased to be partnering with Alstom, a leading global provider of innovative systems and equipment in the railway sector. Alstom will be building these new trainsets in New York State, with 95% of the trainset’s components being made in America, and parts coming from 350 suppliers in 30 U.S. states.

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The best car… for the least money. FACT! Peugeot 208 review.

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Introducing the new Peugeot 208! It’s a small hatchback that joins an already packed class, filled with world-renowned alternatives like the Ford Fiesta and VW Polo. How does it stack up against the rest of the pack? Well, it certainly looks the part, thanks to those slashing headlights and an incredibly cool interior. It’s even got an EV counterpart, the e-208! But are these updates enough to tempt you away from the other class leaders? Stick with Mat for his latest in-depth review to find out!

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Old Car vs Modern Car during Crash Test / Evolution of Car Safety

The first models and designs for automobiles were created in the 15th century by none other than Leonardo da Vinci, and the state of the global auto industry has evolved significantly since. First steam, to electric, gasoline, and today’s hybrids, the evolution of safety features in cars plays an essential role in reducing the once overwhelming number of injuries and damages resulting from auto accidents. Auto manufacturers have come a long way over the history of auto safety, paving the way for improved global safety standards.

Unfortunately, as a vehicle ages, a number of factors come into play that reduce the automobiles safety, aside from mechanical wear and tear. According to statistics, a driver is 10 times as likely to suffer fatal injuries in a collision while operating a 30-year-old vehicle versus a late model. The auto industry is continually working to improve the safety of current mechanisms, as well as developing and testing new ideas for safer vehicles. Developments in driving technology and new types of airbags have been prevalent just this year.

While the ultimate safe vehicle may be a long way off, American auto manufacturers have made significant strides in improving the overall security and protection a vehicles structure provides. Over the past 3 decades, fatal accidents in the U.S. have decreased by more than 1/5, a substantial decrease demonstrating immense progress in terms of the safety features in cars.

The need to revolutionize auto safety was not fully realized until the 1950s, when the first usable airbags were developed, among other safety mechanisms. Then, in 1970, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) was created. The organization still uses the same name today, and continues its role in promoting and effectively executing driving safety regulations throughout the U.S. Whether creating new policies or revising existing regulations (at the state and federal level), the NHTSA and the United States have been true catalysts in the history of car safety.

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Renault Clio 2021 review: is it better than a Peugeot 208?

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This is the new Renault Clio!

Looking at it you may not think the Clio has changed that much compared to the predecessor… And when it comes to exterior design, you’d be right! However, once you peer under the skin, you’ll find the Clio has actually undergone a number of changes since the last generation.

Once you're inside, you’ll find a fully revamped interior, with a big infotainment screen and soft-touch material throughout the cabin! Under the bonnet, there’s a number of engines to choose from, including a range-topping 1.6-litre hybrid that’ll achieve 140hp & 64mpg!

But what do you think, would you choose a Clio over alternatives such as the Fiesta, Polo, or a carwow favourite - the Peugeot 208?! You’d better keep watching to see if you should!

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Protect your iPad or phone with dbrand!: Thanks to dbrand for sponsoring this iPad Pro Bend Test. Apple says their New iPad Pro is a magical piece of glass that does everything you need, any way you hold it. (As long as you are gentle of course.) Today we are going to find out how durable Apples new piece of glass really is. How good is the drawing on the iPad? We'll be testing that out with Art Class With Jerry. (Which side did Apple want us to draw on again? I forget...) And finally we will finish off with the New iPad Pro Bend test, this will tell us realistically how much force the iPad Pro can withstand while it is in your backpack or book bag, or while being accidentally sat on.

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2020 Kia Sonet review - It's a mini Seltos | First Drive | Autocar India

The Kia Sonet is the latest entrant in the competitive compact SUV segment. On offer with class-leading equipment and five engine-gearbox options, the Sonet has sure come armed for the fight. But does it live up to the hype? Renuka Kirpalani and Sergius Barretto drive the Sonet 1.0 turbo-petrol DCT and iMT, and the 1.5 diesel-auto to get the answer.

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The future might be electric but at the moment the Tata Nexon EV, MG ZS EV and Hyundai Kona Electric are your most realistic electric car options. Nikhil Bhatia brings the trio together and tells you how well they fit into everyday life and which one makes the most sense.

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The New Generation Hyundai I10 Can Now Be Seen On The Roads In Europe

The New Generation Hyundai I10 Can Now Be Seen On The Roads In Europe

New 2020 Hyundai i10 (Nios) review - has the Volkswagen up! finally met its match?

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This is the third-generation Hyundai i10 – a city car that competes in a class that the Volkswagen up! has dominated for some time. But this time, Hyundai is taking the fight to the up! armed with a tiny tech fest.

Prices for what Hyundai claims is the most high-tech A-segment car ever start from £12,495 – just a few quid more than the basic VW – but top spec versions climb to £15,495, which is almost as much as a turbocharged up! GTI. So what exactly do you get for the cash, and is it worth it?

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Hyundai i10 2020 in-depth review

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Design - 00:58
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Equipment List - 03:31
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Back seats - 05:43
Boot - 06:44
Engines - 09:54
Launch - 10:42
Driving - 11:33
Verdict - 17:24

This is the brand-new Hyundai i10! The old model was one of Mat’s favourite city cars, thanks to its spacious cabin and surprisingly comfy drive. So can this new version hold up against its predecessor? Like before, you get a choice of two different engines – however, this time, you can pick from a 1.0-litre with 67hp, or a 1.2-litre with 84hp. You also get a good ol’-fashioned manual gearbox. Is this a welcome upgrade or a fall from grace? Join Mat and see!

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2020 Hyundai i10 Launch Plus New Review Interior Exterior

2020 Hyundai i10 Launch Plus New Review Interior Exterior.

The All-New i10 features a new dynamic and stylish design that illustrates its agile and active nature.
The latest addition to Hyundai’s i-range features a class-leading safety and connectivity package.
It is a full-featured A-segment car that is build in Europe for European customers and embodies Hyundai’s approach to making mobility affordable.

Since its introduction in 2008, the i10 has been a success story for Hyundai in Europe. The All-New i10 is designed, developed and made in Europe. Its exterior body reflects its young spirit while ensuring uncompromised accessibility and comfort to support its diverse users in their everyday activities. With the most comprehensive safety and connectivity offers in its class, the All-New i10 provides the complete package.

The All-New i10 features a young and dynamic design that offers a contrast between its soft surfaces and sharp lines. Its visual stance is improved by its lowered roof and wider body, while the wide front grille expresses its sporty character and incorporates round LED Daytime Running Lights. Drivers can also opt for newly-designed optional 16-inch alloy wheels.

The design of the interior offers a youthful impression without compromising usability. The large décor panel on the dashboard, which shows a 3D ‘honeycomb’ pattern, brings visual value to the whole interior.

The All-New i10 is available as a four- or five-seater model. Thanks to the increased wheelbase (+40 mm), the roominess for the passengers has been enhanced, and its versatile 252-litre luggage space is among the best in the segment. Meanwhile, the new rear-view camera assists drivers while parking.

New connectivity features, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, make the All-New i10 a leader in its class. These are integrated into an eight-inch colour touchscreen, the largest in the segment, and wireless charging is also available. Meanwhile, Bluelink telematics provides significant benefits to drivers regarding safety and security, control and connectivity via an app.

The All-New i10 is equipped with the latest Hyundai SmartSense active safety and driving assistance features – the most comprehensive safety package in its class. This includes Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA), High Beam Assist (HBA), Lane Keep Assist System (LKA), Driver Attention Warning (DAW) and the Intelligent Speed Limit Warning (ISLW).

The All-New i10 is available with two gasoline engines: a 1.0-litre MPi 3-cylinder and a 1.2-litre MPi 4-cylinder. Both engines are available with five-gear manual transmission or five-gear automated manual transmission.

Hyundai is also introducing the All-New i10 N Line, which features an exclusive 1.0-litre Turbo GDi engine for increased driving performance, as well as a range of design enhancements.

With a contrast between its soft surfaces and sharp lines, the All-New i10 has a young, dynamic and sleek design that stands out in the A-segment. Compared to its predecessor, the latest generation model has enhanced proportions and a clean, smoothly muscled body which has been shaped to provide maximum inner space.

The All-New i10’s dynamic and sleek design offers a contrast between its soft surfaces and sharp lines. Compared to its predecessor, the All-New i10 has enhanced proportions. Its visual stance is improved by its lowered roof (-20mm) and its wider body (+20mm). These enhancements can be complemented by newly-designed optional 16-inch alloy wheels, resulting in an energetic and agile look.

The All-New i10 has a young and dynamic design that stands out in the A-segment. Its wide front grille expresses a sporty character and incorporates the round LED Daytime Running Lights showing a refined honeycomb structure inside. At the rear, two horizontal crease lines break up the soft surfaces of the boot and run into the taillight graphics.

The side view of the All-New i10 is characterised by the clean, smoothly muscled main body, which has been shaped to provide maximum inner space. Unique triangular volumes visually emphasise the width of the car and highlight the position of the wheels at the four corners. The X-shaped C-Pillar, visible from far away, clearly identifies the car and draws the eye to the pillar-mounted i10 logo.

In addition to the 10 exterior base colours, customers’ customisation options are further increased by the option of a two-tone roof in either Black or Red – which brings out the All-New i10’s playful side. Three of the exterior colours are new: Dragon Red, Brass and Aqua Turqoise. Overall, 22 exterior colour combinations are available.

The design of the interior offers a youthful impression without compromising usability. One of the most important elements is the extra width created by the air-vents protruding into the doortrim to support the horizontality of the architecture.


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New Hyundai i10 2020 Test Drive Review

New Hyundai i10 2020 Test Drive Review.

The All-New i10 features a new dynamic and stylish design that illustrates its agile and active nature.
The latest addition to Hyundai’s i-range features a class-leading safety and connectivity package.
It is a full-featured A-segment car that is build in Europe for European customers and embodies Hyundai’s approach to making mobility affordable.

Since its introduction in 2008, the i10 has been a success story for Hyundai in Europe. The All-New i10 is designed, developed and made in Europe. Its exterior body reflects its young spirit while ensuring uncompromised accessibility and comfort to support its diverse users in their everyday activities. With the most comprehensive safety and connectivity offers in its class, the All-New i10 provides the complete package.

The All-New i10 features a young and dynamic design that offers a contrast between its soft surfaces and sharp lines. Its visual stance is improved by its lowered roof and wider body, while the wide front grille expresses its sporty character and incorporates round LED Daytime Running Lights. Drivers can also opt for newly-designed optional 16-inch alloy wheels.

The design of the interior offers a youthful impression without compromising usability. The large décor panel on the dashboard, which shows a 3D ‘honeycomb’ pattern, brings visual value to the whole interior.

The All-New i10 is available as a four- or five-seater model. Thanks to the increased wheelbase (+40 mm), the roominess for the passengers has been enhanced, and its versatile 252-litre luggage space is among the best in the segment. Meanwhile, the new rear-view camera assists drivers while parking.

New connectivity features, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, make the All-New i10 a leader in its class. These are integrated into an eight-inch colour touchscreen, the largest in the segment, and wireless charging is also available. Meanwhile, Bluelink telematics provides significant benefits to drivers regarding safety and security, control and connectivity via an app.

The All-New i10 is equipped with the latest Hyundai SmartSense active safety and driving assistance features – the most comprehensive safety package in its class. This includes Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA), High Beam Assist (HBA), Lane Keep Assist System (LKA), Driver Attention Warning (DAW) and the Intelligent Speed Limit Warning (ISLW).

The All-New i10 is available with two gasoline engines: a 1.0-litre MPi 3-cylinder and a 1.2-litre MPi 4-cylinder. Both engines are available with five-gear manual transmission or five-gear automated manual transmission.

Hyundai is also introducing the All-New i10 N Line, which features an exclusive 1.0-litre Turbo GDi engine for increased driving performance, as well as a range of design enhancements.

With a contrast between its soft surfaces and sharp lines, the All-New i10 has a young, dynamic and sleek design that stands out in the A-segment. Compared to its predecessor, the latest generation model has enhanced proportions and a clean, smoothly muscled body which has been shaped to provide maximum inner space.

The All-New i10’s dynamic and sleek design offers a contrast between its soft surfaces and sharp lines. Compared to its predecessor, the All-New i10 has enhanced proportions. Its visual stance is improved by its lowered roof (-20mm) and its wider body (+20mm). These enhancements can be complemented by newly-designed optional 16-inch alloy wheels, resulting in an energetic and agile look.

The All-New i10 has a young and dynamic design that stands out in the A-segment. Its wide front grille expresses a sporty character and incorporates the round LED Daytime Running Lights showing a refined honeycomb structure inside. At the rear, two horizontal crease lines break up the soft surfaces of the boot and run into the taillight graphics.

The side view of the All-New i10 is characterised by the clean, smoothly muscled main body, which has been shaped to provide maximum inner space. Unique triangular volumes visually emphasise the width of the car and highlight the position of the wheels at the four corners. The X-shaped C-Pillar, visible from far away, clearly identifies the car and draws the eye to the pillar-mounted i10 logo.

In addition to the 10 exterior base colours, customers’ customisation options are further increased by the option of a two-tone roof in either Black or Red – which brings out the All-New i10’s playful side. Three of the exterior colours are new: Dragon Red, Brass and Aqua Turqoise. Overall, 22 exterior colour combinations are available.

The design of the interior offers a youthful impression without compromising usability. One of the most important elements is the extra width created by the air-vents protruding into the doortrim to support the horizontality of the architecture.


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Review New Hyundai i10 2020 Interior Exterior

Review New Hyundai i10 2020 Interior Exterior.

Since its introduction in 2008, the i10 has been a success story for Hyundai in Europe. The All-New i10 is designed, developed and made in Europe. Its exterior body reflects its young spirit while ensuring uncompromised accessibility and comfort to support its diverse users in their everyday activities. With the most comprehensive safety and connectivity offers in its class, the All-New i10 provides the complete package.

The All-New i10 features a young and dynamic design that offers a contrast between its soft surfaces and sharp lines. Its visual stance is improved by its lowered roof and wider body, while the wide front grille expresses its sporty character and incorporates round LED Daytime Running Lights. Drivers can also opt for newly-designed optional 16-inch alloy wheels.

The design of the interior offers a youthful impression without compromising usability. The large décor panel on the dashboard, which shows a 3D ‘honeycomb’ pattern, brings visual value to the whole interior.

The All-New i10 is available as a four- or five-seater model. Thanks to the increased wheelbase (+40 mm), the roominess for the passengers has been enhanced, and its versatile 252-litre luggage space is among the best in the segment. Meanwhile, the new rear-view camera assists drivers while parking.

New connectivity features, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, make the All-New i10 a leader in its class. These are integrated into an eight-inch colour touchscreen, the largest in the segment, and wireless charging is also available. Meanwhile, Bluelink telematics provides significant benefits to drivers regarding safety and security, control and connectivity via an app.

The All-New i10 is equipped with the latest Hyundai SmartSense active safety and driving assistance features – the most comprehensive safety package in its class. This includes Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA), High Beam Assist (HBA), Lane Keep Assist System (LKA), Driver Attention Warning (DAW) and the Intelligent Speed Limit Warning (ISLW).

The All-New i10 is available with two gasoline engines: a 1.0-litre MPi 3-cylinder and a 1.2-litre MPi 4-cylinder. Both engines are available with five-gear manual transmission or five-gear automated manual transmission.

Hyundai is also introducing the All-New i10 N Line, which features an exclusive 1.0-litre Turbo GDi engine for increased driving performance, as well as a range of design enhancements.

With a contrast between its soft surfaces and sharp lines, the All-New i10 has a young, dynamic and sleek design that stands out in the A-segment. Compared to its predecessor, the latest generation model has enhanced proportions and a clean, smoothly muscled body which has been shaped to provide maximum inner space.

The All-New i10’s dynamic and sleek design offers a contrast between its soft surfaces and sharp lines. Compared to its predecessor, the All-New i10 has enhanced proportions. Its visual stance is improved by its lowered roof (-20mm) and its wider body (+20mm). These enhancements can be complemented by newly-designed optional 16-inch alloy wheels, resulting in an energetic and agile look.

The All-New i10 has a young and dynamic design that stands out in the A-segment. Its wide front grille expresses a sporty character and incorporates the round LED Daytime Running Lights showing a refined honeycomb structure inside. At the rear, two horizontal crease lines break up the soft surfaces of the boot and run into the taillight graphics.

The side view of the All-New i10 is characterised by the clean, smoothly muscled main body, which has been shaped to provide maximum inner space. Unique triangular volumes visually emphasise the width of the car and highlight the position of the wheels at the four corners. The X-shaped C-Pillar, visible from far away, clearly identifies the car and draws the eye to the pillar-mounted i10 logo.

In addition to the 10 exterior base colours, customers’ customisation options are further increased by the option of a two-tone roof in either Black or Red – which brings out the All-New i10’s playful side. Three of the exterior colours are new: Dragon Red, Brass and Aqua Turqoise. Overall, 22 exterior colour combinations are available.

The design of the interior offers a youthful impression without compromising usability. One of the most important elements is the extra width created by the air-vents protruding into the doortrim to support the horizontality of the architecture.

The large décor panel on the dashboard shows the “honeycomb” 3D pattern that is carried as well into the door panels. This brings visual value to the whole interior.The All-New i10 offers a wealth of convenience features for drivers, and is available as a four- or five-seater model. Thanks to the increased wheelbase (+20 mm), the roominess for passengers has been enhanced.


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Hyundai i10 Production in İzmit, Turkey

2020 Hyundai i10 Assembly in İzmit, Turkey. Subscribe.

The all-new i10 is the latest generation of Hyundai’s A-segment car As well as a fully-new stylish design, it is 20mm wider and 20mm shorter compared to the previous model, giving it a wider, sportier stance. With a volume of 252 litres, the storage space is among the largest in the A-segment. It features a range of advanced connectivity features rarely found in a car of its price range, including Bluelink telematics and integration with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. All of the advanced technology functions are integrated into the eight-inch colour touchscreen, which is the largest in the A-segment. In addition, all-new i10 offers one of the most comprehensive safety packages in its class with a number of driver assistance and advanced technology features, as well as Hyundai’s SmartSense active safety package.

Located in İzmit, Turkey, Hyundai Assan Otomotiv Sanayi (HAOS) is Hyundai’s longest-running plant outside of Korea and has been in operation since 1997. With nearly 2,500 employees, it has an annual capacity for 230,000 units. The all-new i10 will join the i20 on the production line. In 2019, Hyundai Motor celebrated the 2 millionth production at its Turkish plant.

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Hyundai i10 N Line 2021.

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The All-New Hyundai i10’s dynamic and sleek design offers a contrast between its soft surfaces and sharp lines. Compared to its predecessor, the All-New Hyundai i10 has enhanced proportions. Its visual stance is improved by its lowered roof (-20mm) and its wider body (+20mm). These enhancements can be complemented by newly-designed optional 16-inch alloy wheels, resulting in an energetic and agile look.

The All-New Hyundai i10 has a young and dynamic design that stands out in the A-segment. Its wide front grille expresses a sporty character and incorporates the round LED Daytime Running Lights showing a refined honeycomb structure inside. At the rear, two horizontal crease lines break up the soft surfaces of the boot and run into the taillight graphics.

The side view of the All-New Hyundai i10 is characterised by the clean, smoothly muscled main body, which has been shaped to provide maximum inner space. Unique triangular volumes visually emphasise the width of the car and highlight the position of the wheels at the four corners.

In addition to the 10 exterior base colours, customers’ customisation options are further increased by the option of a two-tone roof in either Black or Red – which brings out the All-New Hyundai i10’s playful side. Three of the exterior colours are new: Dragon Red, Brass and Aqua Turqoise. Overall, 22 exterior colour combinations are available.
The design of the interior offers a youthful impression without compromising usability. One of the most important elements is the extra width created by the air-vents protruding into the doortrim to support the horizontality of the architecture.

The large décor panel on the dashboard shows the “honeycomb” 3D pattern that is carried as well into the door panels. This brings visual value to the whole interior.

With the youthful style and practical solutions of the interior not compromising on comfort for drivers and passengers alike, the much-appreciated larger segment character of the previous generation is continued. The doortrim is designed to visually extend the dashboard, while also guiding the eye towards the large storage compartments in the door. Additionally to the glovebox storage, the designers of the All-New i10 integrated an extra open storage compartment above the glovebox on the passenger side.

The All-New Hyundai i10’s advanced technology functions are integrated into the eight-inch colour touchscreen, which is the largest in the A-segment. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto guarantee seamless integration, safe operation and mirrored functionality of mobile devices that are based on the iOS or Android operating systems. Wireless charging means that there is no need to use a cable to charge a smartphone.

Hyundai offers a range of connected car services through its dynamic full-featured Bluelink technology, which provides significant customer benefits regarding safety and security, control, connectivity. Bluelink uses telematics to transfer real-time data such as weather and traffic information, as well as real-time parking updates and local fuel and charging station information including prices.

With connectivity playing an essential part in modern mobility, Bluelink provides significant benefits to drivers through an embedded modem and via a companion app. It allows users to search for points of interest (POI) and send the search results directly to the car’s satellite navigation, which means it is set up even before they get into the car.

Other features include ‘Find My Car’, which allows drivers to locate their vehicle easily in an unfamiliar setting, as well as parking space and fuel station search, which offer live prices and availability.

Customers who choose navigation receive a subscription to Hyundai LIVE Services, which offers real-time traffic and weather conditions as well as the position of speed cameras in countries where this is permitted by law.

The All-New Hyundai i10is equipped with the latest Hyundai SmartSense safety features. With a wide array of active safety and driving assistance features, the new i10 has the most comprehensive safety package in its class and complies with the strictest European safety standards.

The All-New Hyundai i10 is also equipped with the standard eCall service – which in addition to the manual eCall button automatically contacts emergency services in the case of a more serious road incident resulting in the airbag sensors being triggered.

The All-New Hyundai i10 features a MacPherson strut front suspension, and Motor Driven Power steering (MDPS). Additionally, handling has been improved through changes to the rear suspension and steering system.

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