- The Xcent gets a wireless mobile charging feature.
- Meanwhile, the Grand i10 now gets a larger touchscreen and the lower spec variants get LED DRLs.
Hyundai has discreetly updated the Grand i10 and Xcent in the country by adding more features in order to keep them both competitive in their respective segments.
The hatchback now gets a larger seven-inch touchscreen infotainment unit with Hyundai’s iBlue system in the mid-spec Magna trim. On the outside, the Magna also gets body side moulding and roof rails to make it stand out. Meanwhile, the Sportz trim also comes fitted with the LED DRLs and a rear spoiler on the outside with the cabin getting rear AC vents and the updated infotainment system.
On the other hand, the Xcent gets a wireless charging feature in the top-spec SX and SX(O) trim along with the same seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system with the iBlue app. On the exterior, the compact sedan also gets a boot lip spoiler for added sportiness.
Apart from that, Hyundai is also offering benefits of up to Rs 90,000 on both petrol and diesel variants of the Xcent. And on the Grand i10, there are benefit offers of up to Rs 65,000 on the petrol variant while there are special offers on the diesel guise.
A few days ago, Hyundai also added four new variants to the Verna line up – SX Plus AT petrol, SX (O) AT diesel along with E and EX trim with the 1.4-litre diesel engine. Hyundai is rejigging its model portfolio with added discounts in order to boost the year-end sales in the country.