Became known the start date of production of the new Hyundai i30May 23, 2020
Production will be launched at a plant in the Czech city of Nosovice. The car turned out to be very technological and should become competitive in the European market.
Representatives of the Hyundai press service spoke about plans to launch production of the new Hyundai i30. The start of production is scheduled for Monday, May 25. The assembly will be arranged on the assembly line of the Czech plant in Nosovice. In total, the company is capable of producing about 300 thousand cars a year. It is noteworthy that the construction of the plant was primarily carried out specifically for the i30 model, which is focused on the European market. Thus, the Korean brand has very ambitious plans for new items.
In total, more than 1 million Hyundai i30 cars have already been assembled at the Nosovice plant since 2008. At the same time, all modifications are assembled here – hatchback, liftback, station wagon and even a powerful version with the N index. Also, recently the Tucson crossover and the electric version of the Kona cross began to be produced at this plant.
After the update, the Hyundai i30 has changed a little externally and has become more technological. In the front part, we highlight the stylish grille, as well as a different line of the hood. In the cabin, attention is drawn to a modern infotainment complex with a large diagonal, as well as a digital dashboard. Climate control is implemented using a separate unit with an intuitive interface.
The engine range consists of two power units. The base will be a 1.5-liter “aspirated” with a return of 110 hp. A modification with a 1.5-liter turbo engine capable of producing 160 hp is also available. Optionally, a 48 Volt starter-generator can be added to it.
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