Engineers at Hyundai's European design center in Rüsselsheim then spiced up the vehicle to suit European tastes. drive it! tests the more powerful model, with a gasoline engine that can deliver 63kW while using only 4.6 liters to go 100 kilometers. That's 0.4 liters less than the i10's predecessor. Carbon-dioxide emissions are also low, at just 108 grams per kilometer. But roominess is perhaps the most attractive feature of the new i10. There's plenty of space inside and in the trunk as well.