Hyundai cars are seen ready for shipment at a port in Chennai
Hyundai cars at a port in ChennaiReuters

Much has been said about the Grand i10 from the Hyundai family. The car which is ready to hit Indian roads on 3 September has now been revealed through an official brochure that hit the web.

The folks at CarSizzler have searched out the brochure scans of the upcoming Grand i10, giving auto buyers a chance to review the vehicle before it makes its way to dealerships. According to the leaked brochure, the Grand i10 from India's second largest passenger car maker will come in eight colour variants - Wine Red, Stardust, Golden Orange, Phantom Black, Silky Beige, Twilight Blue, Pure White and Sleek Silver.  

With a fluidic design language and contemporary style factors, the upcoming Grand i10 measures 3,765mm in length, 1,660mm in width, 1,520mm in height and has a wheelbase of 2,425mm. Under the hood, the petrol variant packs a 1.2l kappa petrol engine that can deliver 85 PS at 6,000rpm. The diesel variant which packs a 1.1-litre three cylinder U2 VGT motor engine can churn out a max power of 71PS. With the 1.1 litre diesel engine, Grand i10 will become the cheapest diesel offering in the country. Both diesel and petrol variants will come in five trims - Era, Magna, Sportz, Asta and Asta (O).

[Click here to see the brochure]

Previous leaks suggest that the car will flaunt features like climate control, dual airbags, audio system with USB, aux-in and Bluetooth compatibility, alloy wheels, chrome door handles, electric wing mirrors and keyless entry. The hatchback Grand i10 which is positioned between Hyundai's best selling cars i10 and i20 is touted to be the main competitor of the fast selling Maruti's Swift and Wagon R Stingray.

Although officials bookings are yet to begin, dealers across the country have commenced accepting bookings for Grand i10 with an advance payments pegged between ₹40,000 to ₹50,000. The car is expected to fall in the price range starting from ₹4.5 lakh.

The Grand i10 is speculated to make its global debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September and will replace the current i10 in Europe and other auto markets.

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