Hyundai completes the development of the charged fastback i30 NJuly 25, 2018
It is expected that the sports version of the coupe-like five-door Hyundai will receive the same turbo engine as the i30 N and Veloster N.
Standard elevator i30, which in Hyundai called fastback and five-door coupe, entered the European market in January 2018. And by the end of this year, the charged version, developed by the sports division of Hyundai N, will debut. Liftback will be the third model in the N line after the i30 and Veloster hatchbacks. In Hyundai, it was announced that the company had begun the final stage of the i30 Fastback N tests. By the way, like the other N-models, the five-door coupe underwent slewing at the Nurburgring. On the eve of the premiere, the brand distributed a couple of photos of the sports fastback.
The car in the pictures while pasted with a camouflage film, but even through it you can see that the front of the i30 Fastback N is no different from the charged hatchback. The rear bumper of the elevator is different, while the model also received an exhaust system with two nozzles.
About the “stuffing” of the new modification in the company while silent. Most likely, i30 Fastback N in terms of technology repeats i30 N and Veloster N. In this case, under the hood of the elevator, a petrol turbo engine 2.0 T-GDI is installed. The motor has two versions – the standard capacity of 250 hp (353 Nm) and 275-hp (with the Performance package, the torque is the same). The engine is combined with a six-speed manual transmission.
The hatch i30 N with 250-horsepower engine accelerates from place to 100 km/h in 6.4 seconds, with 275-hp – in 6.1 seconds. The maximum speed of this model is limited to 250 km / h. Characteristics of Veloster N in Hyundai are not disclosed, and in fact in Korea, an asymmetric “lighter” is already being sold. Apparently, to find out all the data on Veloster N, you’ll have to wait until the fall, when the model will appear in other markets.
Also, the liftback probably got an adaptive suspension, five modes of driving electronics, a completely disconnected stabilization system and a self-locking differential – all this set is available for both i30 N and Veloster N.
Recall that in Europe the standard Hyundai i30 Fastback is now available with petrol turbo engine 1.0 T-GDI (120 hp) and turbo four 1.4 T-GDI (140 hp). Both engines are paired with 6-speed manual transmission, for a more powerful engine, a seven-speed preselective robot ic transmission is also provided. Soon, the i30 Fastback should still have a 1.6 CRDI turbodiesel (95 or 110 hp).
Previously, Hyundai declassified the pseudo-sporty hatchback i30 N Line – such a Korean car got an aggressive body kit, but the engines got to him from the standard model.