Korean auto maker Hyundai Motor Co unveiled its India-made i10 mini car, code-named Pa, in the capital on Wednesday.
Equipped with a 1.1 litre iRDE petrol engine, the car will be sold in India as well as exported to key markets like Europe, the Middle-East and elsewhere in Asia.
The car is positioned between Hyundai’s premium hatchback offering Getz and the entry-level compact car Santro.
It develops a power of 66.7 ps at 5500 rpm and has a torque of 10.1 kgm at 2800 rpm.
Interestingly, this will be the first two-box hatchback in the country to offer a factory-fitted sunroof in this segment