It's been just over a year since Hyundai launched the new generation of the Grand i10 in the market and called it the Grand i10 Nios. At last count there were 14 variants on offer. The 15th and latest is the Turbo GDi. The Turbo GDi variant of the Grand i10 Nios is based on its Sportz trim and the only give away on the exterior is the turbo badge on the glossy black grille. It gets 2 single tone and 2 dual tone paint options. The red with black roof you see here is exclusive to the Turbo. The projector headlamps and 15 inch alloys are also standard on the Turbo, which are otherwise offered only on the dual tone Sportz trim of the car. Inside too there are some features that come as standard, like the wireless charger, a front USB charger and a leather wrapped steering wheel. Apart from that a lot of cues inside this cabin tell you that you're driving a turbo engine variant of the car. The All-black interiors with red accents all over the car add a lot of sportiness. You can find these accents around the AC vents and dials while red stitching can be seen on the steering wheel, gear lever and the seats. The engine churns out 99 bhp and a very good torque figure of 172 Nm which is available from 1500-4000 rpm. Hyundai is claiming an impressive claimed fuel efficiency figure of 20.3 kmpl on the car. There's a 5 speed manual gearbox that comes as standard and there's no automatic. In terms of safety, emergency stop signal with flashing brake lights, dual airbags, ABS with EBD and front seat belt reminders are standard. The turbo variant of the Grnad i10 Nios is priced at Rs. 7.70 lakh (ex-showroom). For the dual-tone its an additional Rs. 5000. That makes it the most affordable 'turbo' hatch in the country. The big question though is how much difference has the turbo tag made to this hatchback, Shams Naqvi tries to find out.