Hyundai introduced the i10 in 2007, following the success of the Santro and the Santro Xing. Like its predecessors, the i10 garnered a huge fan following in the Indian hatchback market. The Hyundai i10 measures 3,585 mm in length, 1,595 mm in width and 1,550 mm in height. It is powered by a 1.1 litre iRDE SOHC petrol engine that generates 68 hp at 5,500 rpm and 99 Nm torque at 4,500 rpm that is sufficient for negotiating city traffic and attaining highway speeds. The interiors of the Hyundai i10 have key features including centre console mounted gear lever, a 2 DIN audio system with USB, AUX, Radio and CD playback options.