Hornet...I've been following your posts re. your new i10.
May I suggest (provided the moderator thinks it an acceptable idea) that you start a clearly titled thread (say for example...Hornet's new i10 and all the questions I have about it")...and start again from scratch detailing every aspect of the car about which you'd like to get responses and outlining your purchase and driving experiences and confirming, as requested by fellow poster 'Twelve', whether the car was pre registered or brand new with you as the first registered...and including the mileage on the car on collection.
Re. the clutch...As already suggested, I would have said with almost total certainty (having had it and heard it many times over the past 40 odd years that the noise you describe is the clutch release bearing. I'd disagree with the above post which suggested that it wasn't anything to worry about. IF it IS the bearing squealing then any technician (or mechanic, as they used to be called) will assert that brand new C R Bearings DON'T squeal. Just to be sure - a defective bearing would squeal when the pedal is pressed down (clutch disengaged) and will stop squealing when the pedal is released (clutch engaged). HOWEVER another poster here has reported that his clutch cable was maladjusted to the point where the bearing was still engaged (ie. spinning) even with the pedal fully up, and the bearing was sqealing all the time...this was because the cable didn't allow the bearing to be free of the rest of the operating mechanism....ordinarily you wouldn't be able to know that the bearing was still spinning like this as you wouldn't be able to hear it - BUT if the bearing is squealing, as it was in that particular case, the fact that the cable needed adjustment became apparent i.e. due to the noisy bearing. Bearings are normally silent and usually last the life of the clutch plate and assembly.
It does seem that clutches (and to a lesser extent) gearboxes are a "talking point" and you just seem to have joined the conversation. Welcome!
Re. Headlights misting...it's not uncommon. Mine does it - my Yeti does it...some do it some don't do it...practically speaking you won't get rid of it and it dries out in the warm weather.