New Hyundai i30 N and Fastback N staged a test drive at the NurburgringAugust 4, 2020
The “charged” hatchback borrows a lot from the regular i30. But the novelty will have to compete with the “hot” version of the Volkswagen Golf GTI.
Hyundai is testing the new Hyundai i30 N and Fastback N at the Nurburgring. Pictures from the tests were at the disposal of the foreign edition Autocar.
Test prototypes were hidden by a thick protective film, but some details can still be seen. So, it is obvious that the car’s radiator grill has been radically redesigned. It is possible that she will get a spectacular 3D drawing in the style of the N-Line model. But the head optics, bumpers and brake lights on the standard Hyundai i30 N and fastback will be original. The prototypes also received enlarged tailpipes and redesigned rims.
And if outwardly the manufacturer tried to distance the usual i30 and its “pumped-over” version, then in terms of the interior, global changes are not expected. Like the i30, the novelty will receive a modern virtual dashboard, multimedia with a 10.25-inch touchscreen, as well as wireless charging for gadgets.
The list of car equipment will also include advanced safety assistants.
The motor brand can remain relevant, provided that it maintains its competitiveness. It is a two-liter 4-cylinder turbo engine that produces 217 horsepower. With such a power unit, the updated Hyundai i30 N will gain the first 100 km/h in 6.1 seconds.
Previously, the new Volkswagen Transporter T7 was spotted in tests along with its predecessor. Photospies “caught” cars in the Austrian Alps. Moreover, the Transporter of the new generation T7 this time limited itself to minimal disguise.
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