Hyundai’s strategy for the sporting N division seems not only to embark on power up their cars but also focuses on boosting excellent look. With the set of recently-surfaced spy shots, we know they can attest to the statement above.
As can be seen from the prototype, it is dressed with a sportier wheel set resembling the i30 N
As can be seen from the prototype, the Hyundai i30 N-Line is dressed with a sportier wheel set resembling the i30 N. The low-profile tires are estimated to be around 19-inches.
The spied photos show a masked front though revealing the rear that keeps existing bumper of the i30 N. A change that we can easily spot from the rear is the N-Line’s two split exhausts are located on two sides but the brand has combined them and make it a twin exhaust on the right. The N-Line also keeps small aerodynamic wings above the rear wheels but there is no longer i30 N’s large spoilers, so are the triangle-shaped brake lights.
The Hyundai i30 N-Line also keeps small aerodynamic wings above the rear wheels
In terms of mechanics, there’re no changes expected and all of the i30’s stock motors should stay unchanged. In detail, coming equipped with the 1.4 T-GDI turbo-charged 4-cylinder petrol engine, the i30 is able to put out 242 Nm of torque and 140 PS. Another option is the 1.0-GDI turbo-charged 3-potter which produces 170 Nm and 120 PS.
There is no longer i30 N’s large spoilers, so are the triangle-shaped brake lights
On the other hand, if looking for oil burners, you can also pick the 1.6-liter turbo-diesel with 3 different tune states which are 300 Nm/136 PS, 280 Nm/110 PS, and 280 Nm/95 PS. Also, you are offered a 1.4-liter MPI KAPPA unit (134 Nm,/100 PS) for the NA route preference. There are two options for the transmission (up to the variant) for you, one is the 6-speed manual, the other 7-speed dual-clutch.
In fact, before Hyundai, we have seen upgraded styling packs on the Volkswagen Golf 1.4 TSI R-Line which uses the same strategy to gain a racier-looking.
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