Hyundai has announced the pricing and specification of the New i30 N. This includes a range of new features, which not only improve everyday driving, but also high-performance driving situations.
The i30 N was first released in 2018 and has since amazed the industry with its dynamic abilities and basic hot hatch approach.
The new i30 N has gone through a series of exterior design updates with a particular focus on dynamic performance, alongside an aesthetic refresh.
The front-end features a new wide centre grille that has been optimised to allow for efficient engine cooling and a redesigned front that significantly improves airflow.
Hatchback versions of the new i30 N feature a refreshed rear-end design, while the new i30 N Fastback model remains unaltered.
The front-end is completed with new LED headlamps with V-shaped daytime running lights and the rear lamps have also been updated and highlight a new LED signature.
The new i30 N features newly-developed 19-inch forged alloy wheels, which are 14.4 kg lighter than the current 19-inch cast alloy wheels.
The lightweight optimised, five-double-spoke wheels are finished with a dark satin grey matte finish.
Interior updates include the most recent 10.25-inch navigation system, with multi-speaker sound, voice control and the latest version of Bluelink, Hyundai’s advanced connected car service.
The 10.25-inch screen can also be used to display the Performance Driving Data System, which monitors and helps to improve the driver’s track skills.
Introducing the option of N Light Sport Seats with pronounced bolsters designed to provide optimal lateral support, the new i30 N has been designed for comfort.
Focused on connecting the driver with the car, the interior includes metal pedals and performance Blue stitching, joined by new seatbelts with Performance Blue accents.
Alongside design and interior changes, the new i30 N has also received a number of mechanical updates.
The engine has been developed to provide maximum performance in real-life driving conditions.
The six-speed manual transmission has been carried over from the previous model, however, the new i30 N also introduces an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission.
Priced from £33,745, specification includes the 19-inch forged alloys, gloss black door mirrors, rear spoiler and privacy glass.
Drivers of the new i30 N can also add a touch of personalisation with a choice of 7 exterior finishes.
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