Hyundai i30 Fastback N Price Specs Interior Revealed
The All-New Hyundai i30 Fastback N will be the second high-performance Engine Official model in the company’s N lineup. It will be the first five-door hot coupe to be sold in the C segment. The i30 N’s elegant styling and performance-driven attributes will make it a desirable everyday sports car. The i30 Fastback’s price and interior details will likely be revealed at a later date.
The i30 Fastback N will be sold in Australia, New Zealand, and the United States. The fastback features a wider trunk, offset by a reduced amount of functionality. Also, the i30 N is available with lightweight bucket seats in Alcantara and leather. It will be available in two trim levels: Limited Edition and GT. The i30 Fastback N will be sold worldwide in Australia, Canada, and the U.S.
The i30 Fastback N is powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine
The engine is paired with a six-speed manual or an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission. Both transmissions are wet-type and are cooled with oil. There is a manual mode and a standard manual mode. Both manual modes allow the driver to manually change gears through paddle shifters on the steering wheel or the gear stick.
The i30 N is the first hot hatchback in the Hyundai i30 range and accounts for 15 percent of the brand’s i30 sales. It has the N-inspired styling, a swooping coupe-like roofline, and plenty of space for adults in the back. It also offers good fuel economy and a comfortable ride. It’s the ultimate hot hatchback, but you’ll have to pay for it to get it.
Although it’s not as impressive to drive as the i30 hatchback
The Hyundai i30 Fastback N is much more stylish and is more desirable than the i30 hatchback. It is the only N-badged Hyundai in the U.S., but the European i30 N fastback starts at €34,000, which is less than the i30’s price tag.
The facelifted version of the Hyundai i30 Fastback N will hit Australian display areas before the end of September, but will be sold in limited quantities and will be replaced by the i30 Sedan N when it is due in 2021. The price of the Limited Edition i30 Fastback N depends on the equipment level chosen and on the type of drivetrain. A six-speed manual transmission will cost you an extra PS750, but will be worth it if you’re buying an eight-speed automatic transmission.
The exterior of the Hyundai i30 N is much improved than its predecessors. A new grille that has a sloping middle section and longer sides is featured on the N Line. This new grille features stainless surrounds and honeycomb-style fine mesh. Those who prefer a sportier feel can opt for the Premium trim, which features a bigger touchscreen than the base model.