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Hyundai i30 N is the South Korean carmaker’s very first high-performance hatchback. As one of the N performance models, the i30 N boasts of a number of sporty elements that help highlight its potent nature. Of course, there are some i30 N customers who may think that these elements aren’t enough. To show its consideration for these customers, the carmaker has unveiled the new Hyundai i30 N ‘N Option’ at the 2018 Paris Motor Show.
Even with its sporty looks, a standard Hyundai i30 N might not satisfy some customers who wanted to further personalize their ride and make them look sportier. Good thing is that Hyundai is all bent on creating a number of customization features that would allow these customers to create their own version of the hot hatch. Essentially, the Hyundai i30 N ‘N Option’
Hyundai described the i30 N ‘N Option’ being shown at the Paris Motor Show as the ultimate performance show car. The show car provides a glimpse of the possible accessories that will be made available for the N models – including the i30 N, i30 N Fastback and Veloster N – in the future. It is basically a representation of an evolved N model in terms of looks.Read the entire article 2018 Paris Motor Show: N Option accessories previewed with a new Hyundai i30 N show car
Hyundai Motor continues to make its i30 range more appealing by offering a new diesel engine that is compliant with Euro 6d Temp emission standards. For the 2019 model year, all of Hyundai’s refined i30 models are compliant with new emission standards while boasting of minor tweaks in design and latest connectivity elements.
The 2019 Hyundai i30 range – which include the i30 five-door, i30 Wagon, i30 Fastback and i30 N -- is now available with the newly developed Smartstream 1.6-liter four-cylinder diesel engine that is available in three power outputs: 96 PS (70 kW), 116 PS (85 kW) and 136 PS (100 kW).
Mated to a 6-speed manual transmission, the 96-PS version of the Smartstream 1.6-liter four-cylinder diesel engine consumes between 3.8 liters and 3.9 liters of diesel per 100 km and emits between 99 grams and 104 grams of carbon dioxide per km (combined, NEDC conversion).Read the entire article 2019 Hyundai i30 now available with Euro 6d Temp-compliant Smartstream diesel engine
Hyundai has recently revealed the new i30 N hatchback, and now, here we are with the third generation 2018 Hyundai i30 Fastback. It hasn’t been long since the Hyundai i30 first came out, and several variations are already being revealed including the Tourer and the ones mentioned above.
Today, we will be focusing on the i30 Fastback. Visually, it is shaped like a teardrop because of its sloping roofline that ends as an integrated spoiler. This and the fact that it sits 30 millimeters lower than the standard model makes it look sleeker. The front fascia now gets a more chiseled bumper making it look more aggressive. It now comes standard with a set of smart alloy wheels for a sportier look.
You can now get the i30 in any of the twelve colors Hyundai is offering. These colours will give the car its own character, which will match the owner’s personality - solid and metallic finishes are both available. As for the interior, Hyundai will be offering three colours to complement the exterior paint, and one of them would be a Merlot Red shade.Read the entire article 2018 Hyundai i30 Fastback comes with a sleek silhouette
For people who love Hyundai’s i30 small family car but need more space and practicality, here is good news for you: the next generation of the Hyundai i30 Tourer (also called Hyundai i30 Wagon) will be soon arriving at dealerships as the 2017 model.
Before commencing sales, the South Korean carmaker is full on its intent to officially take the veil off the third generation of the Hyundai i30 Tourer at the upcoming 2017 Geneva Motor Show scheduled next month.
But already, Hyundai has divulged some details about the 2017 i30 Tourer that it thinks would help build up interest for the small family wagon. For instance, Hyundai has revealed how large the new i30 Tourer is. Its overall dimensions measure 4,585 mm in length, 1,795 mm in width and 1,465 mm in height. When the roof rack is specified, the overall height increases by 10 mm to 1,475 mm. Meanwhile, the five-door version of the third-gen Hyundai i30 Tourer is shorter than the four-door variant at 4,340 mm. Both versions of the new Hyundai i30 Tourer boast of a wheelbase that measures 2,650 mm.Read the entire article Hyundai unveils roomy i30 Wagon ahead of 2017 Geneva Motor Show
Barely a month before its official debut, Hyundai gave everyone a taste of what’s to come with the 2017 Hyundai i30 Wagon. Despite what little was shown, it did not disappoint as the general consensus is that the boot capacity of this latest offering is expected to be greater than the previous model.
This newest version is the third generation of this family hauler and looking at its side, it’s apparent that the roofline has been extended and the rear end redesigned. No wonder Hyundai can easily say that the capacity of the trunk is indeed larger. By how much larger? Compared to the Kia cee’d SW with a trunk capacity of 528 liters, the new 2017 i30 Wagon is expected to offer a total volume that is larger by 17 liters.
With regards to the unit that powers the 2017 i30 Wagon, it is expected to be the same as that of the one inside the five-door hatchback. Specifically, this is the 1.4-liter turbocharged gas-powered engine capable of 138 hp (103 kW) with maximum torque of 197 lb.-ft. (242 Nm). For those who think this is too much power, Hyundai is offering a 1.4-liter naturally-aspirated version that can deliver 100 hp. As if that is not enough, Hyundai is also giving customers the chance to have the three-cylinder turbocharged 1.0-liter engine with output of 120 hp.Read the entire article Hyundai shows third generation 2017 i30 Wagon has larger boot capacity
Besides the 2015 Hyundai i20 Coupe, the Korean manufacturer also introduced today the new i30 Facelift. The model received a new design and shows an accentuated hexagonal grille, a new front bumper, new headlights as well as LED daytime running lights and redesigned fog lamps.
Moreover, the i30 Facelift gets a redesigned rear bumper, newly designed 16- and 17-inch wheels as well as three new exterior colours: Polar White, Orange Caramel and Jet Black. Also new for the 2015MY is the i30 Turbo, a high-performance version of the well-know hatch powered by a Nurburgring-tuned petrol engine that generates 186 hp.
This engine is able to push the i30 Turbo from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 8.0 seconds, while tops speed is 136 mph or 220 km/h. Hyundai will offer the i30 Turbo with five-doors and three-doors as well as with unique paint finishes such as Jet Black.Read the entire article 2015 Hyundai i30 gets a facelfit, new Turbo version added
Hyundai brought a New Generation i30 three-door model to the 2013 Geneva Motor Show to demonstrate how smartphones can be used as an essential component to make the motoring experience more personalized, pleasant, and practical. Hyundai showed off how drivers can benefit from the more intensive integration of personal devices (smartphones) and Hyundai models.
Hyundai is running this innovative connectivity concept in partnership with LG. Under Hyundai’s connectivity project, the smartphone can unlock the doors and instantly personalize its settings, which include changing the electric seat and mirror positions, as well as its radio station presets, navigation settings, menu appearance and other preferences. When the smartphone is positioned in a particular location in the center console, it can be wirelessly charged.
This means that the driver can do away with having nasty-looking cables in the cabin. For the first time ever, this system exclusively uses wireless MirrorLink, which enables the driver to get access to and make use of the smartphone’s content by using the 7-inch high-resolution touch screen of the i30.Read the entire article Hyundai i30 connectivity project unveiled at 2013 Geneva Motor Show
The prices and specification for the Hyundai New Generation i30 3-door, which is set to start selling on Jan. 24, 2013, have been unveiled. At the launch, there will be four trim levels available for the i30 3 door. There will be two new trims exclusive to the new three-door bodystyle. The entry-level Classic has a starting price of £13,995 OTR.
New Generation i30 3 door provides its own individual style, which makes it stand out from the other models in the range. The new design features can be immediately distinguished with a bold front spoiler and reshaped front bumper while a modified lower section at the rear help with the notable changes. In addition, it features new front and rear fog lamps, a new-look mesh grille, a sharply-raked beltline and a sportier rear incorporating LED taillights.
i30 3 door has a significantly roomy interior with two fewer doors than the Hatchback. Its luggage capacity is the same as that of the i30 Hatchback with a huge 378-litre boot (1,316 litres with the seats down), while easy-entry rear seat access permits passengers to easily enter and leave the rear seats. Just like the Hatchback and Tourer siblings, the i30 3 door comes with a long list of standard specifications across the range.Read the entire article 2013 Hyundai i30 3-door UK pricing announced
Hyundai’s range-topping Premium trim is now also available on its current i30 line-up, including the Hatchback and Tourer models. Coming as standard on the Premium trim are features that offer customers with excellent value for their money. The Premium trim includes all the standard equipment that were only available in the Convenience and Individual packages, plus several additional features.
The exterior of the Premium models will be sporting a new 17-inch alloy wheel design, chrome door handles with illumination, and automatically folding door mirrors with built-in puddle lamps. The interior of these Premium models will don a number of additional standard features over Style Nav like leather upholstery, automatically dimming rear view mirror and electric driver’s seat with lumbar support, heated front seats.
Premium models will also feature keyless entry with engine start/stop button and a supervision cluster with LCD colour display. It also gets a height adjustable passenger seat. A Premium buyer could avail of engine options: a 120PS 1.6-litre petrol paired with manual gearbox for the Hatchback; and a 1.6-litre CRDi 128PS diesel paired with of either a manual or automatic transmission for on both Hatchback and Tourer.Read the entire article Hyundai adds Premium trim to current i30 range
The New Generation i30 three-door was introduced before its global debut at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. This is the third model to come out from the New Generation i30 family, joining the five-door hatchback and the Tourer to increase the appeal of Hyundai’s ‘made for Europe’ C-segment range to a broader audience.
The appeal of the three-door is central to its unique and sporty style. The new model makes use of Hyundai’s ‘fluidic sculpture’ form language. It has a sharply-raked beltline, a glasshouse silhouette that’s more angular, and longer front doors lend a profile that’s more dynamic. Enhancing its effect are modifications to the front and rear styling.
Hyundai’s hexagonal grille is emphasized by a new, black-finished mesh insert and central bar. Found at each side of the grille are new, sportier fog lamp clusters that have round spots linked to LED daytime running light strips. The clusters still have the mesh treatment while the front-end design gets a recently-profiled lower bumper.Read the entire article Hyundai debuts the new i30 three-door
When the Hyundai i30 Tourer starts to sell from the end of July, it will have a starting price of £16,195. It will be available with the following options: a 118bhp 1.6-litre petrol unit and a 1.6CRDi motor, which could offer either 108bhp or 126bhp. Every model has either a six-speed manual or six-speed automatic gearbox. The most efficient 108bhp oil-burner could return 67.3mpg and have 110g/km CO2 emissions.
i30 line-up has four trim levels: Classic, Active, Style and Style Nav. What’s offered as standard are Bluetooth, air-conditioning, a multi-function steering wheel, and LED daytime running lights.
Active-spec cars have a starting price of £17,295 and will add alloys, cruise control, rear parking sensors and electric windows into the package. Meanwhile, the Style variants cost £20,095 and will be featuring climate control, front parking sensors, electric door mirrors and automatic headlamps and wipers.Read the entire article 2012 Hyundai i30 Tourer priced from £16,195 in the UK
Euro NCAP, an independent vehicle assessment group, has awarded the New Generation Hyundai i30 a five-star safety rating, making it one of the safest vehicles in the C-segment. The five-star rating came after the New Generation i30 recorded excellent results from the rigorous test process conducted by NCAP.
New Generation i30 scored 90% in the ‘child occupant' category, gaining maximum points for its protection in both the ‘18-month-old' and ‘3-year-old' tests. The New Generation i30 likewise scored 90% in the ‘adult occupant' category, as the vehicle is assessed as being able to provide good protection for drivers and passengers. The i30’s head restraint and seat particularly received praise for providing good protection against whiplash injuries in case of rear-end collisions.
The car also scored 86% in the ‘safety assist' category, attributed mainly to its electronic stability system as well as to its front and rear seatbelt reminder system. The New Generation i30 likewise scored well in the ‘pedestrian' test, with maximum points given for the bumper's protection of pedestrians' legs.Read the entire article New Generation Hyundai i30 earns five-star safety rating from Euro NCAP
To simulate a family with the most unruly kids in the planet, safari park baboons were permitted to do whatever harm they could on Hyundai’s New Generation i30 hatchback. This is the first endurance test ever that has used monkeys for the wear and tear challenge. Hyundai designed the car especially for families and with the expectation that it will require very strong materials on the interior.
Hyundai got the services of baboons from Knowsley Safari Park to wreak havoc on its family car. These baboons are known for their desire to tear apart the park visitors' cars, which include Wayne Rooney's vehicle when he went to the Merseyside park in 2011. The i30 family car was parked in the baboon enclosure for 10 hours.
The baboons wasted no time in punishing the car by jumping on the seats, pulling and twisting buttons, and opening and closing storage bins. They also didn’t hesitate to check the durability of cupholders with the plastic drinking beakers. The paintwork on the exterior was smeared and scraped, but there were no major scratches and chips because it had hard-wearing paint.Read the entire article Hyundai puts the i30 to the ultimate test using baboons
The New Generation Hyundai i30 has recently arrived in UK showrooms, building on the success that the original model has achieved. It offers a more refined and stylish option with enhanced packaging and comfort, lower emissions rate and an increased level of standard feature. It also offers lower cost of ownership, being available for as low as £14,495 on the road and rising to £20,795.
The vehicle offers a range of four engines (two diesels and two petrols) with five power outputs, which range from 90 to 128ps. It also has four trim levels, namely Classic, Style, Style Nav and Active.
Hyundai is dedicated in the development of its clean diesel technologies. The new 1.6-litre diesel unit features Intelligent Stop & Go technologies. It provides an output of 128ps and delivers emissions of only 100 g/km, making the new model as one of the most efficient automobiles in the C-segment with the remarkable power-to-efficiency ratio.Read the entire article 2012 Hyundai i30 available in UK for as low as £14,495 on the road
Hyundai's redesigned i30 wagon – known in the U.S. as the Elantra Touring – is set to make its global debut at the 2012 Geneva Auto Show. This compact model has been recognized worldwide for being solid, low-priced, and being very functional. This upcoming model will be the debut of its redesigned i30 will debut.
Hyundai's fluidic sculpture design is evident on this striking wagon. It’s quite a surprise that the wagon won’t be offered in the U.S., with Hyundai asserting that a five-door hatchback is more appealing. John Krafcik, Hyundai Motor America CEO, said that it fits its image of “sport plus function” better.
He explained that the Elantra GT is similar to a Veloster in many ways, one of which is its “youthful appeal.” In addition, Krafcik said that the Elantra GT's suspension has been tuned for driving, "very much in the European vein." Three driving modes (comfort, normal and sport) are available for the electric power steering.Read the entire article 2012 Hyundai i30 Wagon isn’t headed to U.S. showrooms
A product is renewed typically after a seven-year period but Hyundai will launch its second-generation i30 compact car only after five years. Hyundai wants to ensure that the i30 will stay competitive in Europe's second-biggest segment after subcompacts. Market researchers JATO Dynamics said that the i30 is Hyundai's top-seller in Europe.
However, the car's European sales declined by almost 12% last year to 101,328 units. Hyundai chose to take action with the new seventh-generation Volkswagen Golf, Europe's top-selling car for the last four years, slated to launch this year. Oliver Gutt, Hyundai Germany's head of product management, said that the i30 is its “most important car” when it comes to volume and brand positioning.
He said that the company sensed that the time was right to introduce a “fresh contender in this segment.” Gutt asserted that on average, the i30 is cheaper by 8% compared to its rivals in the segment, including the Golf, Ford Focus, Opel/Vauxhall Astra, Citroen C4 and Peugeot 308.Read the entire article 2012 Hyundai i30 aims to steal sales from the Volkswagen Golf
Hyundai has revealed the New Generation i30 wagon ahead of its global launch at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. The vehicle, which is the second member of the New Generation i30 range, takes its place beside the five-door hatchback to expand the appeal of the automaker's C-segment lineup. The stylish wagon has the same running gear and engines as the popular New Generation i30 five-door.
It has a longer body compared to the five-door unit in order to have a considerably larger trunk space without sacrificing model's dynamic styling. The overall length of the i30 wagon has been increased to 4485 mm, which is 185 mm longer than the five-door model and 10 mm longer than the original i30 wagon.
Due to the increased length, the new wagon is one of the most accommodating automobiles in the European C-segment. The wagon has the best-in-class trunk space with its capacity of 528 liters, compared to the five-door which only has 378 liters.Read the entire article Hyundai reveals i30 Wagon ahead of global debut at Geneva Motor Show
Hyundai finally disclosed to the public the specifications and full pricing for its new generation i30 hatchback. The new i30 will rely on the success of its outgoing predecessor, which was widely known for its quality and maneuverability. The new i30 comes with a fresh style, better interior quality and newer technology, filled with rational and emotional appeal.
The new i30 is available in four interior trim options -- Classic, Active, Style and Style Nav, and five engine choices – diesel or petrol, including variations.
Variations include Hyundai’s latest ultra-efficient 1.6-litre diesel unit with CO2 emissions of less than 100g/km. The new i30also comes in two transmission options – manual and automatic. All 1.6 CRDi manual models are fitted with the company’s Blue Drive and Intelligent Stop & Go technologies.Read the entire article Hyundai’s new generation i30 has a starting price of £14,495 in the UK
Hyundai’s latest i30 hatch has been unveiled at the Frankfurt Auto Show. This five-door model, which rivals the Focus in Europe, features an all-new design that has the same design language as US models like the Elantra. However, it has a European accent, evident on its slightly different grille.
This model will be offered in Europe with a variety of choices, including two direct-injection gasoline engines with a displacement of 1.4-liters and 1.6-liters as well as two CRDi turbo diesels that have exactly the same capacities. Its top-of-the-line model has an output of 135hp and uses a manual gearbox.
The new-generation i30 has a typical Hyundai family face as it has the distinct hexagonal-shaped front grille, its headlamps have a jewel-like design, and it comes with unique daytime running lights.Read the entire article 2012 Hyundai i30: official details, photos and specs
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