India’s love for automatic cars is quite evident as over the past few years the buyers prefer AT over manual. The Automatic or AMTs (Automated manual transmission) helps to reduce the stress of driving in traffic jam and bumper to bumper traffic. Though the automatic version is costlier than the manual counterpart but it is definitely worth considering the amount of congestion one has to face in cities.To cash it in and to make AT version more accessible to the masses, Hyundai has launched automatic transmission with mid-level Magna petrol trim at Rs. 5.92 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Hyundai has also discontinued Asta Trim and replace it with top spec Asta (O) AT trim available for Rs. 6.79 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Hyundai has silently launched a CNG variant of the Grand i10 but only in the Magna variant.