Hyundai i30 Fastback N will be presented in October at the Paris Salon

Hyundai i30 Fastback N will be presented in October at the Paris Salon

August 11, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

Already in mid-October, Hyundai will present a charged version of the Hyundai i30 Fastback N. This was reported by the company’s press service, also noting that the first sales will begin only in early 2019.

As early as July 2017, Hyundai introduced a new version of the standard i30 Fastback. But just a few months we will have the opportunity to look at its loaded version. Hyundai i30 Fastback N will receive significant stylistic improvements (a new aggressive body kit with aerodynamic capabilities), and will also receive some technical improvements.

Under the hood, the previous two-liter turbo engine is expected. Its power will be about 250 horsepower, but a special package of Performance Pack options will be able to raise the power to a mark of 270 horsepower.

Unfortunately, now the network has no official information and full-fledged photos or images of a future novelty. But thanks to the photo spyware, we can look at camouflaged test prototypes, giving some idea of ​​the future novelty.

So, the charged version will receive a new grille, a front bumper with wide air intakes, a rear bumper with a diffuser, a dual exhaust system, large alloy wheels and a regular rear spoiler. It is also expected that the suspension will be re-tuned, and the ground clearance will become even smaller.

“I30 N, Veloster N and i30 Fastback N have the same power concept and have a strong character,” – said Executive Vice President Thomas Schemera. “They are equipped with sophisticated technologies and design elements. In Hyundai, we always solve new and challenging tasks, and also try to do something new for our customers. We are working not just on a new car, we want to create new emotions, feelings and desire. ”

The new i30 Fastback N debuts at the Paris Motor Show in October this year and is due to go on sale across Europe in early 2019. Customers from the US will still be deprived of the opportunity to purchase one of the Hyundai i30 N.