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Of hatchback Hyundai i30 made a “sheep in wolf’s clothing”

Of hatchback Hyundai i30 made a "sheep in wolf's clothing"

"Hot" hatchback Hyundai i30 N with a 250-horsepower motor, which can not influence the price. The Korean company went to meet the buyers who are not able to pay for a new engine, but to show off in the hot-hatch still want.

Version known as Hyundai i30 N Line differs from the standard modifications in the main design of the exterior and interior. A new aerodynamic package made in the style of "charged" i30 N, the dimension of the wheels grew to R18, and in the interior there will be sports seats, a new steering wheel, trimmed in perforated leather, metal pedal pads, and the like.

Of hatchback Hyundai i30 made a "sheep in wolf's clothing"

"Hot" hatchback Hyundai i30 N with a 250-horsepower motor, which can not influence the price. The Korean company went to meet the buyers who are not able to pay for a new engine, but to show off in the hot-hatch still want.

Version known as Hyundai i30 N Line differs from the standard modifications in the main design of the exterior and interior. A new aerodynamic package made in the style of "charged" i30 N, the dimension of the wheels grew to R18, and in the interior there will be sports seats, a new steering wheel, trimmed in perforated leather, metal pedal pads, and the like.

Despite the distinctively sporty entourage, Hyundai i30 N Line will be equipped with the same engines as the usual hatchbacks.

The list will include 1.4-liter gasoline turbo engine with 140 HP and 242 Nm and a diesel engine 1.6-liter that develops 136 HP and 280 Nm of torque.

Meanwhile, one entourage, Hyundai still did not stop. Individual dignity, i30 N Line should be upgraded for improved handling suspension, and engine response to gas pedal made more "alive". In addition, this version of the hatchback will be powered by a more powerful brake mechanisms.

How Hyundai i30 N Line will be more expensive than conventional hatchbacks and cheaper than a full-fledged hot-hatch i30 N, not yet reported.

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