Hyundai has announced pricing for their i30 N Line range in the UK, scheduled to go on sale on September 3rd.
Unlike regular i30 models, N Line spec ones boast more aggressive front and rear bumpers with silver lower accents, special badging on the front wings, a twin exhaust setup and 18-inch Fastback alloys with Michelin Pilot PS4 tires. Inside, there are sports seats and the same leather steering wheel as in the i30 N.
N Line models also feature mechanical changes to their suspension, brakes and engine response in order to offer a more enhanced driving experience compared to the standard i30.
Across the range, you’ll find high levels of standard safety equipment as well as connectivity. There’s Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keep Assist, Autonomous Emergency Braking and Hill Start Assist Control. Then, all N Line vehicles benefit from Smart Device Integration and DAB, with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Prices start from £21,255 for the i30 N Line 1.4 T-GDi 140 PS 6-speed manual version, which comes with cloth sports seats, a black headlining, chrome effect exterior door handles, air conditioning and an automatic dimming rear view mirror. Buyers can also opt for a 7-speed DCT automatic transmission.
The N Line+ spec starts from £23,255 and offers heated leather and suede sports seats with electrical adjustment to both driver and passenger sides, dual zone climate control, LED headlights, automatic rain sensing wipers and more.
Buyers can choose between 10 available colors, where Engine Red and Polar White are solid finish, no cost options. Meanwhile, Champion Blue, Stellar Blue, White Sand, Micron Grey, Olivine Grey, Fiery Red, Platinum Silver and Phantom Black are all metallic or pearl finishes and cost £585.
“The i30N has had a tremendous reception from both automotive media and our customers since its launch early this year but we understand many customers ‘want the show but don’t need the go.’ – N Line will give customers that balance of looks and performance,” stated Hyundai UK president and CEO, Tony Whitehorn.