2010 Hyundai Accent gets funky facelift

2010 Hyundai Accent gets funky facelift

The 2010 Hyundai Accent has been given a hefty facelift for its Korean home market. Dubbed the Verna Transform, it is possible that this new face will become the GCC-spec 2010 Accent, even if the rest of the car is largely the same.


New features include redesigned headlights, melted grille, mirror-mounted indicators, mild tail-light redo, new interior gauges, USB/AUX port, subwoofer and Bluetooth.

The Korean version comes with 1.4-litre and 1.5-litre engines, although the GCC market may get different engines, such as a 1.6-litre, if this version is offered in the UAE.

For local prices of the current model in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, visit the Hyundai Accent buyer guide.

What do you think?



  1. this post is not newsworthy

  2. hehe! clown car!

  3. it look like a bug or something…. 😯

  4. Hi
    This one is not looking good, instead of this if you make maintenances free Honda Assent that will capture more market.

    Front face is very UGLY. That is true.

  5. I like my 2009 a lot more!!!!! 😀

  6. such bad look
    so ugly

  7. wrong post the new one looks exactly the same as 2009 check out the hyundai usa website

  8. eeeuw!! How can they take a sexy looking car, and give it a facelift to make it look freaking ugly!!?

    Hyundai is supposed to be moving forward in design, not backwards!

  9. and this one is launched now in GCC

  10. Saw a white one on highway from dammam to jubail (Saudi Arabia)

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