Hyundai i10

With the offered since 2008 subcompact Hyundai i10, the Korean automaker have consistently continue on their way, with inexpensive yet competitive vehicles to complement the German market and to create affordable alternatives to Adam Opel, Toyota iQ and Nissan Micra. The first revision of the small car was the 2012 model year with the 2nd generation of the small car. In addition to a modified hexagonal grille, which emphasizes the lines of the Korean brand, Hyundai i10 of the headlights have been redesigned and re-framed the fog lights in the front apron. Likewise, the small car has since that time more modern engines that meet the EURO 5 standard. The dimensions of the five-door Hyundai cars have not changed. The Hyundai i10 small car is just 3.57 meters, 1.60 meters wide and 1.55 meters high. The wheelbase is 2.38 meters, making the Hyundai i10 up to five passengers and can accommodate the small car designed very practical. The engines for the Hyundai i10 is made up of two revised petrol together with 1.1 liter displacement and 69 hp and a 1.2 liter engine with 86 hp. Hyundai i10 is the first time in a new three-cylinder diesel engine with 1.1 - liter engine is used, which reached as a model for saving CO2 emissions of just 108 g / km. In addition to a 5 - speed manual transmission and an automatic transmission can be configured for new cars in the lines of "Classic" and "Style". Hebrst since 2013, the Hyundai i10 BlueOn extended the offer for an electric car : The Hyundai i10 goes up to 130 km / h top speed and a battery charge will last for about 140 km from here. Charging the lithium - ion polymer battery lasts on a conventional 230 - volt outlet almost six hours.