2014 Hyundai i10 test mule with MH-12 plats spied again

As per latest reports, 2014 Hyundai i10 got spied in the city of Pune previously.

Now the same vehicle was witnessed again, but this time the vehicle boasted MH-12 registration plates.

As can be easily made out from these spy pictures, the forthcoming vehicle is just half a shoe size larger as compared to the most popular i10 model currently available.  Also, the recent pictures disclose additional details about how the forthcoming vehicle would appear.

It can also be witnessed in the pictures that the forthcoming i10’s greenhouse is identical in basic shape but has absolutely increased in size.

2014 Hyundai i10 caught testing

There have been a variety of hums about the forthcoming gen vehicle. But, what the forthcoming vehicle would be placed as in the domestic zone is anyone’s guess.

Whilst there are a lot of people who think that the hatchback would put back the i10 available at the moment, there also are a few who believe that the forthcoming vehicle would be seated between the i10 and the i20. The identical reports also stated that that the said vehicle that has been nicknamed as BA, would be marketed with the i15 name.

There are also reports that the existing i10, which is becoming old-fashioned, would adopt the position of the Hyundai Santro Xing in domestic car zone.

2014 Hyundai i10 caught testing Back View

The new generation i10 will be significantly superior as compared to the existing vehicle, whilst featuring the positive points of the present gen model.

The vehicle will be available in two variants comprising petrol as well as diesel and is expected to obtain a 1.1 Litre turbo diesel motor for the diesel option.

The new car is also likely to produce a compact sedan in the coming time.

The new vehicle could be rolled out at the much awaited Frankfurt Motor Show during September 2014.

Image Courtesy – Motoroids.com

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