This alliance will see Hyundai establish a Kids Driving School for children in the age group of 4 to 14 years.The agreement also includes the Department of Motor Vehicles, a Car Dealership and Driving Street. School children will be taken through the rigors of responsible driving, road and traffic safety and will need to pass a driving test wherein they will be given a license that will be valid exclusively in KidZania.
Children will be able to drive battery operated vehicles at the Hyundai driving street while children will also play a role of auto sales consultants at Hyundai Car Dealerships and can even try their hand at car designing. Through these efforts, Hyundai Motors is trying to inculcate the values of road etiquette, social responsibility, safety standards and an in-depth understanding and obedience to traffic rules.
In the meantime, Hyundai India has sceduled the i10 Grand launch for 3rd September. On the interior, Hyundai i10 Grand has 3 central knobs on the dashboard for temp control. 1 GB in-built memory storage is fitted for in car infotainment. The 1.2 litre Kappa petrol engine has a 4-speed AT option. A smart cooled glove box complements the two toned interiors. The key slot has made way for a start stop button and smart key. Steering mounted controls looks cool, and airbags and ABS are in order. Hyundai Grand i10 for India is devoid of LED’s and uses chrome abundantly in the front facade, With wider headlights, the new hatchback drives through on 14 inch alloys. Auto folding external mirrors with turn indicators and rear parking sensors are seen. Here’s a quick video of the i10 Grand interiors.