DON'T expect it to look quite as overtly sporty and dynamic, but at least this design sketch gives some idea of the styling of the all-new Hyundai i10 which will be revealed in the metal for the first time next month.
The replacement for the Korean maker's hugely popular city car is designed, developed and built in Europe and will be revealed at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show in September.
According to Hyundai, its proportions have been redefined in width, height and wheel size, resulting in what the company calls an ‘energetic and agile look.'
There's a wide front grille which incorporates daytime running lights and large air scoops either side of an imposing front spoiler which accentuate the width and stance of the car as well as improving aerodynamics, says the company.
Hyundai promises a range of new connected car and safety features including wireless smartphone charging, a rear-view camera, forward collision-avoidance capable of detecting both cars and pedestrians, driver attention warning and a lane keep assistance system all fitted as standard with high beam assistance on the options list.