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PostHeaderIcon The Hyundai I30N Is Awesome, But Is it Good Enough to Dethrone the 2019 Honda Civic Type R?

Hyundai has to be applauded for creating the i30N, its first ever hot hatch, which is not only good for a first effort but genuinely good even when compared to offerings from automakers with much more experience in the segment. So, since they’re aiming for the top in this segment, it’s thoroughly justified to try out the i30N against the fastest front-wheel-drive hot hatch currently on sale, the Honda Civic Type R.

PostHeaderIcon Hyundai i30 N ’N Option’

The Hyundai i30N ’N Option’ is the i30 N customized to your preferences. Yes, the i30 N is already one of the best hot hatches on the market, but Hyundai reckons their customers want to make the cars their own, which is where the ’N Option’ steps in.

The Korean manufacturer thinks the 274-horsepower i30 N could take on some visual enhancements to make it look even meaner. That’s why Hyundai brought the i30 N ’N Option’ Concept to Paris. Yes, a concept, not the production-ready version. Granted, Hyundai assures us that this concept is the face of things to come in terms of ways you can personalize your own i30 N – as well as other Hyundais from the N lineup in the future.

Performance figures weren’t altered with the ’N Option’, but we don’t think that is a must. I mean, the i30 N already has a top speed of 155 mph from that buzzing 2.0-liter turbocharged four-pot and 260 pound-feet of torque at just 1,500 rpm.

Read on to find out more about the i30N ’N Option’

PostHeaderIcon Hyundai i30

The Hyundai i30 (better known as theElantra GT), just received a small update in Europe. Hyundai made it compliant with the features shown on the i30 Fastback, introduced new versions of its diesel engine and granted a bit more equipment for one of the most important cars it has ever introduced on the old continent. The new Hyundai i30 does not differ a lot from the last year’s car.

PostHeaderIcon Breaking: An All-Electric Hyundai N Performance Model Will Happen When the Time is Right

Hyundai’s N performance brand will eventually have an electric model within its ranks, so says the company’s engineering chief, Albert Biermann. Don’t expect it to happen anytime soon, though. For now, the N sub-brand will continue to roll out the i30 N, i30 N Fastback, and Veloster N until 2021. Only then will the company begin entertaining the thought of introducing more advanced N products, one of which, at least according to Biermann, is an electric performance model.

PostHeaderIcon The Hyundai i30 N Line Isn’t A Hot-Hatch, Yet It Looks Stimulating Like One

Hyundai has come a long way. Like, a really, really, long way. Remember the old Hyundai Accent? It was a strangely underwhelming machine even when new. Last night I was strolling through the streets and suddenly came across the new Hyundai i30 (the Elantra GT.) It was dark outside, the car was black, and you know what, the new i30 did not look underwhelming. Not a bit. It’s a hatch I wouldn’t mind driving, owning or, in its most potent N form, racing. Now, the Europeans get a new version of the i30 to spice the things up a bit. The N Line! I did not use “spice up” only by chance. Hyundai actually titled the press release with “Spice up your driveway,” and I get them. With body additions inspired by the top of the line i30 N, the new i30 N Line feels lively and rambunctious. Especially in red.

PostHeaderIcon Hyundai N Boss Keeps Throwing Shade At BMW, Now Accuses Bimmer As Being Too M Happy

Hyundai N boss Albert Biermann knows what it takes to build a range of performance cars. He did for years as the main man over at BMW’s M Division. But now that he’s switched from the M to the N, Biermann has taken great lengths to criticize his former employer every chance he gets. This time, Biermann didn’t mince his words, saying that BMW has resorted to slapping the M badge on every model it sees. Shots fired, again.

PostHeaderIcon Hyundai i30 N Fastback

The Hyundai i30 N Fastback was spotted in prototype form being put through the paces. It will be the second model to be worked over by Hyundai’s new N division (the i30 N Hatchback was the first) and will even feature the same engine and design cues. It will be much sportier than the standard fastback and should offer as much as 275 horsepower, all of which will be channeled through a six-speed manual transmission.

PostHeaderIcon Video of the Day: Volkswagen Gold GTi vs Hyundai I30 N

Can the newcomer to the segment, the Hyundai i30 N, take on an old dog like the Volkswagen Golf GTi? Well, it certainly can, and it does it well, but everything isn’t always as it seems since the Golf GTi used in this video isn’t the highest-producing dog in the stable. As such, the I30N had a good 45 horsepower on it. So, it wasn’t exactly fair, but it’s still fun to watch the Hyundai cream the Volkswagen back-to-back-to-back. Check out the video below for yourself!

PostHeaderIcon Video of the Day: Hyundai i30N Squares Off with the Peugeot 308 GTi

Peugeot, Volkswagen, and even Ford all have a major history in the “hot hatch” market, and then you’ve got Hyundai who recently decided to venture into previously uncharted waters with the i30 N hatchback. Developed by Hyundai’s N division, it delivers 271 horsepower in range-topping form, has front-wheel drive, and a lovely six-speed manual. And, it might look like a Golf GTI fighter since it lives in the same niche, but it’s real competition, at least on paper, is the Peugeot 308 GTi, which comes to the fight with 268 ponies from a turbo, 1.6-liter, four-banger. With both models rocking out similar specs in the power department, which one is actually better all comes down how they perform on the track. And, that’s exactly what Auto Express has done. Check out the video below to see which one reigns supreme!

PostHeaderIcon Ring in 2018 Already: 10 Models We’re Dying To See When The Calendar Flips A Page

With just a little over two months left before we say adieu to 2017, the wait for all 2018 model releases is hitting fever pitch. We can’t promise to make time move faster than it does, but what we can do is at least prepare everyone for what’s to come when the new year arrives. That said, let me be the first to say that 2018 is going to be a wild year for the auto industry, as old guards are retired, existing nameplates get their redesigns, and most importantly, all-new models are unleashed into the world.

Who knows, 2018 might even be the year when we take a big leap in electric and autonomous technology. A lot of things are at play when the new year rolls around so to keep the anticipation building, do check out this list of some of the hottest and most highly anticipated models to hit the streets next year. We can’t say that we like one of these models better over the other, but at least we’re giving you a good preview of what’s to come. Prepare those checkbooks, ladies and gentlemen, because some of these cars won’t come cheap.

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Kia Stinger


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Was there ever any doubt that the Kia Stinger would be on this list? Personally, I’ve been waiting for the Stinger to hit the streets for quite a while now just to see how it stacks up against the European competition. More than that is the excitement that comes with being the model that signals Kia’s entry into the performance sedan market that’s populated by the likes of the BMW 3 Series, Mercedes C-Class, and Audi A4. Does the Kia Stinger and its 365-horsepower output hold up against the competition? We’re going to find out in 2018 and, for what it’s worth, I like Kia’s chances of making a statement when it debuts sometime around the fall of next year.

Read our full review on the 2018 Kia Stinger.

Lexus LS


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The Lexus LS flagship sedan is another late 2018 arrival and, just like the Stinger, there are a lot of expectations for this model to do well off the bat. The good news is that Lexus prepared it to meet those standards. For one, the LS is completely redesigned and features a longer, lower, and wider stance. That coupe-like dynamic should play well to those who weren’t fans of the outgoing version. Then there’s the engine, which isn’t anything to sneeze at. The LS will feature plenty of engine choices, beginning with a 3.5-liter, twin-turbo, V-6 that pumps out 415 horsepower and is mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission. If that doesn’t suit your flight of fancy, Lexus is also offering a hybrid version in the form of the LS 500h. This variant will come with the same 3.5-liter V-6 engine to go with a couple of electric motors. Total output is rated at 354 horsepower, and while it isn’t as powerful or as fast as the gas version, it’s sporty enough that it shouldn’t matter. Besides, hybrid calls for better efficiency, so there’s a nice trade-off right there.

Read our full review on the 2018 Lexus LS.

Dodge Challenger SRT Demon


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Ok, so this may be a little bit of a cheat here because deliveries of the Challenger SRT Demon are expected to start any time now if it hasn’t started already. But let’s face it: has there ever been a model this year that’s been hyped up to Timbuktu like the SRT Demon? I personally can’t think of one, though the Porsche 911 GT2 RS is making a late case for itself. Be that as it may, expect production – and the conversations about the Demon –
to bleed into the new year as customers slowly start receiving their cars. Without question, this super limited (only 3,000 units in the US) muscle car will dominate the narrative next year, especially if it lives up all the hype it has received since it was announced earlier this year. Hard to imagine going wrong with a car that can spit out 840 horsepower and 720 pound-feet of torque without so much as breaking a sweat in the process.

Read our full review on the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon.

Tesla Model 3


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Yet another model that’s actually already being delivered to the first batch of owners is the Tesla Model 3. And, like the Challenger SRT Demon, there’s tremendous hype surrounding the Model 3, though not exactly for boasting sinister power numbers. The Model 3, in essence, is Tesla’s entry-level offering for those who have been priced out of getting either the Model S sedan or the Model X SUV. There’s been a lot of news surrounding the Model 3 recently, particularly the car’s slower-than-expected production time, but rest assured, 2018 is going to be a huge year for the car because only then will it be determined if the Model 3 is the game-changing vehicle that Tesla has hyped it to be. Mark my words: the Model 3 will dominate plenty of discussions next year.

Read our full review on the 2018 Tesla Model 3.

Jeep Wrangler


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Oh, yes! It’s been 11 years since Jeep rolled out an all-new Wrangler, so you can understand why so many people are pumped up to see the next-generation model when it hits dealerships next year. As one of Jeep’s most popular models – Wrangler sales have consistently grown by roughly 20,000 units since 2011 – there are a lot of people waiting with baited breath to see if the new model can live up to the success of its predecessor. Needless to say, Jeep prepared it in such a way that it should be able to carry that burden. It’s already been announced that the new Wrangler will be available as a two-door, four-door Unlimited, and a pickup truck. Likewise, the model will feature a host of new engine choices, including the expected addition of a 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V-6 borrowed from the Ram 1500. This mil has up to 240 horsepower and 420 pound-feet of torque on tap and will work with a ZF eight-speed auto transmission for good measure.

Read more about the 2018 Jeep Wrangler.

Alpine A110


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This is more of a personal choice than anything else because the model isn’t coming to the US. But, allow me to gush over the Alpine A110 one more time. It’s arguably one of the most beautiful sports cars I’ve seen in quite some time, and it’s upcoming release in 2018 has me wishing that I had a European address to go to so that I can get my hands on one. But alas, the A110 will remain across the pond, for now, depriving us the opportunity to gush over it in all its splendid beauty. Make no mistake though; the A110 is more than just eye-candy; it also features a 1.8-liter four-cylinder turbo engine that produces 252 horsepower and 236 pound-feet of torque, enough to propel it from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.5 seconds before maxing out at a top speed of 155 mph. It really is a bummer that we can’t get our hands on the A110, but stranger things have happened. Cross your fingers that at least some of them find their way into the US. Legally, of course.

Read our full review on the Alpine A110.

Hyundai i30 N


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Since we’re here lamenting about the status – or lack of one – of the Alpine A110 here in the US, how about we pour some salt in our wounds by also pointing out that the Hyundai i30 N is also unlikely to make its way to U.S. shores. This list has suddenly turned depressing. As I wipe my tears away, I should point out that the i30 N sits in a similar spot as the Kia Stinger being the first hot hatch offering to come out of Hyundai. And, just like the Stinger, there’s plenty of hype surrounding the i30 N and how it’s going to be able to stack up adjacent the establishment in its segment, which – by the way – includes titans like the Ford Focus ST and the Volkswagen Golf GTI. The i30 N certainly has the numbers to back up its hype – 246 ponies and 271 pound-feet of twist from a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine – but only time will tell if the whole package translates into the car we all expect it to be. Good thing, then, that we won’t have to wait too long to find out.

Read our full review on the 2018 Hyundai i30 N.

Volvo XC40


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No list of mine is going to be complete without mentioning the latest upcoming release from Volvo. I’m not afraid to admit it either. Volvo has completely won me over, and the excitement I’m feeling in my body over the coming arrival of the XC40 is another indication that I’m fully on-board the bandwagon. I honestly don’t know what I’m most excited about when it comes to the XC40. It could be the fact that it’s actually Volvo’s first ever premium compact SUV. It could also be the fact that it has adopted Volvo’s new design language (one of the best in the business). It could also be that the crossover has enough advanced safety tech features that it helps to validate the automaker’s reputation. It might even be because the XC40 has enough engine options to make a prospective buyer’s head spin. Or, it could be a combination of all of the points I just mentioned. Either way, I’m excited to see the XC40 in full bloom and its arrival in 2018 is going to be cause for celebration in my household.

Read our full review on the Volvo XC40.

Chevrolet Equinox


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It’s not exactly an all-new model in the way some other cars on this list are, but still, let’s give some love to the 2018 Equinox. It’s only two years removed from getting the next-gen treatment, but already, Chevrolet is preparing the 2018 model to be 400 pounds lighter than its previous incarnation. On top of that, the steady choice of engine options remains one of its most important attributes, as is the returns owners get from any of these engines – 40 miles per gallon has been reported. It’s safe to say that the crossover and SUV markets will be as competitive as they’ve ever been in 2018 and the 2018 Equinox will definitely be in the thick of all the fighting.

Read our full review on the Chevrolet Equinox.

Toyota Camry


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The last spot is reserved for America’s best-selling car, or at least one of the best-selling: the Toyota Camry. Why am I excited for the 2018 release? There are enough reasons to be, including the model’s edgier styling, something that the Camry has never been the best at. Add that to its lineup of powerful and efficient engines, a wide array of advanced safety tech, and you’re looking at a model that’s fixing to keep its position as one of the most popular models in the US. It’s really as simple as that.

Read our full review on the 2018 Toyota Camry.

PostHeaderIcon Hyundai i30 N TCR Customer Racing Car

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This past weekend during the ADAC TCR Germany Hyundai had brought along the new i30 N TCR, a customer race car, a new competition model from Hyundai Motorsport Customer Racing division, which attracted a lot of attention. The race car is based on the i30 N hot hatch which is already being praised as hit. 

While details and specs of the Hyundai i30 N TCR are yet to be revealed, the race car will be pretty close to the road-going model both visually and in terms of mechanical underpinnings. Of course, the TCR version boasts a competition-grade aero kit, suspension, wheels and tires as well as upgraded engine. One of the purposes of this car, after all, is to give the i30 N some motorsport prestige and make it even more irresistible to the hot hatch buyers.

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Hyundai i30 N TCR evne features a livery that is inspired by a production color featured on the road-going version. The Sky Blue, with highlights of Active Red and darker ‘Hyundai’ Blue, is a signature of high-performance models from the Korean car maker and is even used on their WRC models. The TCR is still being tested by Hyundai Motorpsort and BRC Racing, but it will be ready to be handed over to the customers and teams in early December.

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PostHeaderIcon Hyundai i30 N TCR Customer Racing Car

ADAC GT Masters, 9. + 10. Lauf - Nürburgring 2017 - Foto: Gruppe C Photography

This past weekend during the ADAC TCR Germany Hyundai had brought along the new i30 N TCR, a customer race car, a new competition model from Hyundai Motorsport Customer Racing division, which attracted a lot of attention. The race car is based on the i30 N hot hatch which is already being praised as hit. 

While details and specs of the Hyundai i30 N TCR are yet to be revealed, the race car will be pretty close to the road-going model both visually and in terms of mechanical underpinnings. Of course, the TCR version boasts a competition-grade aero kit, suspension, wheels and tires as well as upgraded engine. One of the purposes of this car, after all, is to give the i30 N some motorsport prestige and make it even more irresistible to the hot hatch buyers.

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Hyundai i30 N TCR evne features a livery that is inspired by a production color featured on the road-going version. The Sky Blue, with highlights of Active Red and darker ‘Hyundai’ Blue, is a signature of high-performance models from the Korean car maker and is even used on their WRC models. The TCR is still being tested by Hyundai Motorpsort and BRC Racing, but it will be ready to be handed over to the customers and teams in early December.

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PostHeaderIcon Hyundai i30 N Creates Smashing First Impression As First Edition Models Sell Out In Two Days

If there were any concerns about Hyundai’s N performance division’s goal of conquering the ultra-competitive world of hot hatchbacks, those questions and concerns should be put to bed. Not only did Hyundai make a smashing first impression with the i30 N, it created a vacuum of demand and interest in the hot hatch that culminated with the first 100 First Edition models of the hot hatch selling out in Germany in a matter of two days.

Two days. That’s all it took for German customers to scoop up all 100 units of the i30 N First Edition models. It may not sound too impressive at first glance, but considering that the i30 N is a completely new model that’s looking to break ground in a market dominated by so many competitors, and the narrative surrounding the surprisingly hot-selling hot hatch starts to change. The truth is that while the i30 N has been developed to compete against the best of the best in its segment, there are no assurances that it would be successful from the get-go. That’s how competitive the hot hatch market is. Turns out, the i30 N is more than up to the challenge as shown by the demand for the 100 First Edition models. There’s no word yet on whether Hyundai Deutschland plans to add more First Edition models to accommodate this who missed out on it, but it is offering the same people the chance to have their names on a waiting list for the hot hatch in the event one of the 100 models becomes available.

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PostHeaderIcon Hyundai i30 N Fastback Render Looks Intriguing

Hyundai i30 N Fastback

While the hatchback Hyundai i30 N has captivated fans the world over with its cool blend of performance, practicality and value, its sister the Fastback is not getting as much attention as it deserve. Maybe they shouldn’t have unveiled them simultaneously. In any case, there is a solution to that and that is what you are looking at here, the Hyundai i30 N Fastback.

Yep, just give the Fastback the N treatment and it becomes just as cool as the other one. This car, of course, is just a speculative render of what a Hyundai i30 N Fastback might look like and it only shows the car from one side. But it is enough to convince us the whole thing is a good idea. I mean, what’s not to like about a sleeker, more practical i30 N? You get the sporty looks thanks to the unique aero kit and colors of the N treatment, and you get the style and class of the Fastback.

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And most importantly you get the performance of the N car in an overall more desirable package. Yes, the hatchback is very nice and all that, but the thing is if you drive a hot hatchback you are sort of marking yourself as a certain type of individual, whereas a high-performance fastback could be driven by anybody. What’s more, the hatchback is not a car for every occasion, but you can take the Fastback to the best restaurants and the valet would still open the door for you.

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PostHeaderIcon Hyundai i30 N First Edition Sold Out in Two Days

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Hyundai seems to have come up with an instant hit with the new i30 N hot hatch as the First Edition version of the car sells out completely after a couple of days of taking orders. Mind you, they are only making a 100 Hyundai i30 N First Edition and only in Germany, so…

So the achievement may not be all that impressive, but the car sure is. To be officially launched across Europe by the end of 2017, the Hyundai i30 N is the most sophisticated sporty model the Korean company has ever built and it has already made the big-time Euro boys sit up and take notice. The hot hatch comes with a 2.0-litre turbocharged engine delivering up to 275 PS and 353 Nm torque, and sports unique high-performance design elements on the exterior and interior. Depending on the driving mood, drivers can choose from five different modes to change the character of the car by adjusting the parameters of the engine, the dampers, Electronic Stability Control (ESC), Electronic Limited Slip Differential (E-LSD), engine sound, steering and Rev matching.

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“The high interest in the First Edition confirms our confidence in the i30 N. Our first high-performance model under the N line up has been developed from the ground up to deliver pure driving pleasure in an accessible high-performance package for the road and for the track. It enriches the Hyundai brand with emotional appeal. People will experience a contented grin when driving this performance car.” Albert Biermann, Executive Vice President Performance Development and High Performance Vehicle Division at Hyundai Motor Company

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PostHeaderIcon Hyundai i30 Fastback

The third-generation Hyundai i30 arrived in 2016 as a significant makeover of the previous model. Redesigned inside and out, the hatchback gained Hyundai’s latest design language, as well as a host of new features and tech that moved the i30 a bit closer to the premium market. As usual, the hatchback also received a longer, wagon version, but for the very first time since its introduction in 2007, it also got a higher performance variant developed by the company’s N division. Come 2017 and the i30 also gained its first-ever sedan version.

Dubbed i30 Fastback, it’s not a traditional four-door sedan, but it’s the closest thing to a three-box design to wear the “i30” badge. The Fastback rounds off the i30’s largest vehicle lineup in history and enables the nameplate to better compete with the sedan version of the Ford Focus, as well as extremely popular four-door compacts such as the Toyota Corolla and the Honda Civic. Find out how it compared to some of the world’s best-selling vehicles in the review below.

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PostHeaderIcon Official: 2018 Hyundai i30 Fastback

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Along with the high-performance i30 N, Hyundai also revealed today a fancy four-door version of the i30 with a lot of curves in all the right places. The 2018 Hyundai i30 Fastback is the vehicle with which the company is taking this model to a higher market. 

The Hyundai i30 Fastback is clearly a head and shoulders above its hatchback brethren inside and out. The front-end is closer in styling to the much more expensive Sonata and Azera, while the rear-end does remind one of the Elantra, save, of course, for that lovely swooping tailgate which terminates in a cool spoiler. If you get this car just make sure you don’t ding it, because you may end up needing a whole new tailgate.

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The teardrop shape of the body invariably affects the interior space for the rear passengers, but Hyundai i30 Fastback makes up for that with giving the front riders a col dashboard and plenty of kit to play with. The i30 Fastback offers customers an optional eight-inch touch screen of the new-generation navigation system including state-of-the-art connectivity features, such as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. You can even get wireless charging and five different audio systems.

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Engine-wise, you have the choice of 1.4 T-GDI turbocharged four-cylinder engine with 140 PS or the 1.0   T-GDI turbocharged three-cylinder engine with 120 PS. Later on there will be diesels with 110 and 136 PS available as well. The European made Fastback also comes with a host of advanced safety features, namely Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) with cameras and sensors, Driver Attention Alert (DAA), Blind Spot Detector (BSD), Advanced Smart Cruise Control (ASCC), Rear-Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) and…

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PostHeaderIcon Official: 2018 Hyundai i30 Fastback

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Along with the high-performance i30 N, Hyundai also revealed today a fancy four-door version of the i30 with a lot of curves in all the right places. The 2018 Hyundai i30 Fastback is the vehicle with which the company is taking this model to a higher market. 

The Hyundai i30 Fastback is clearly a head and shoulders above its hatchback brethren inside and out. The front-end is closer in styling to the much more expensive Sonata and Azera, while the rear-end does remind one of the Elantra, save, of course, for that lovely swooping tailgate which terminates in a cool spoiler. If you get this car just make sure you don’t ding it, because you may end up needing a whole new tailgate.

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The teardrop shape of the body invariably affects the interior space for the rear passengers, but Hyundai i30 Fastback makes up for that with giving the front riders a col dashboard and plenty of kit to play with. The i30 Fastback offers customers an optional eight-inch touch screen of the new-generation navigation system including state-of-the-art connectivity features, such as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. You can even get wireless charging and five different audio systems.

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Engine-wise, you have the choice of 1.4 T-GDI turbocharged four-cylinder engine with 140 PS or the 1.0   T-GDI turbocharged three-cylinder engine with 120 PS. Later on there will be diesels with 110 and 136 PS available as well. The European made Fastback also comes with a host of advanced safety features, namely Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) with cameras and sensors, Driver Attention Alert (DAA), Blind Spot Detector (BSD), Advanced Smart Cruise Control (ASCC), Rear-Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) and…

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Finally, the first product of Hyundai’s new N sub-brand, the division created to make fun cars, comes out of hiding. It’s the 2018 Hyundai i30 N and it brings with it sharp and understated sporty looks, a cool and functional cabin, and 275 horsepower backed by a carefully engineered chassis. 

The Korean engineers who built the 2018 Hyundai i30 N maintain that their priority was not getting the best numbers out of this car, but rather making a hot hatch that could be used everyday and would set your pulse racing every time you drove it. To this end they started with the nice and practical i30 and gave it a powerful 2.0-litre turbocharged engine that delivers up to 275 PS and 353 Nm torque. The N is front-whee-drive, and it comes with a six-speed manual gearbox.

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What makes Hyundai i30 N what its makers claim is not just the engine. They have pent a lot of time perfecting the aero kit with front and rear spoilers and carefully designed ducts. But the best part of the effort has been spent on the chassis. The goodness here begins with 18-inch Michelin or 19-inch Pirelli high-performance Hyundai N tyres and continues with a direct steering, Electronic Controlled Suspension (ECS), Electronic Limited Slip Differential (E-LSD), Launch Control and special Electronic Stability Program.

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All of this makes the i30 N not just a good sports car on the street, but also a formidable weapon on the race track. This was put to the test at this year’s ADAC 24-hours race on the Nürburgring, a place the i30 N is intimately familiar with as it has spent 10,000 km going around it during development. Other highlights of Hyundai i30 N include rear spoiler with triangular brake light, dual muffler exhaust, comfy sports seats, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, wireless inductive charging pad for mobile phones and the latest safety features.

 

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Finally, the first product of Hyundai’s new N sub-brand, the division created to make fun cars, comes out of hiding. It’s the 2018 Hyundai i30 N and it brings with it sharp and understated sporty looks, a cool and functional cabin, and 275 horsepower backed by a carefully engineered chassis. 

The Korean engineers who built the 2018 Hyundai i30 N maintain that their priority was not getting the best numbers out of this car, but rather making a hot hatch that could be used everyday and would set your pulse racing every time you drove it. To this end they started with the nice and practical i30 and gave it a powerful 2.0-litre turbocharged engine that delivers up to 275 PS and 353 Nm torque. The N is front-whee-drive, and it comes with a six-speed manual gearbox.

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What makes Hyundai i30 N what its makers claim is not just the engine. They have pent a lot of time perfecting the aero kit with front and rear spoilers and carefully designed ducts. But the best part of the effort has been spent on the chassis. The goodness here begins with 18-inch Michelin or 19-inch Pirelli high-performance Hyundai N tyres and continues with a direct steering, Electronic Controlled Suspension (ECS), Electronic Limited Slip Differential (E-LSD), Launch Control and special Electronic Stability Program.

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All of this makes the i30 N not just a good sports car on the street, but also a formidable weapon on the race track. This was put to the test at this year’s ADAC 24-hours race on the Nürburgring, a place the i30 N is intimately familiar with as it has spent 10,000 km going around it during development. Other highlights of Hyundai i30 N include rear spoiler with triangular brake light, dual muffler exhaust, comfy sports seats, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, wireless inductive charging pad for mobile phones and the latest safety features.

 

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