With its first-ever hot hatch, Hyundai has made great waves and surprised everyone – including the competition.
In more than a few respects, the i30 Fastback N is a better choice than the i30 N hatch.
A more powerful Hyundai i30 N all-wheel drive would rival the VW Golf R and Ford Focus RS.
With just over 200 hp and under $25,000, these two are closely matched – but how do they really compare?.
Can the less powerful i30 N beat the established Golf GTI TCR in a timed lap? Let’s see.
Hyundai’s i30 Fastback N Line model goes on sale in the UK today with a choice of two turbocharged engines.
Hyundai is looking to reduce clutter and complexity by adding two touchscreens to the steering wheel.
The i30 N Line T-GDi 1.0 has 120 PS and needs 11.1 seconds to hit 100 km/h.
It offers sufficient grip and sharp steering as well to make you look for a remote twisty road.
The 271 HP i30 Fastback N combines hot-hatch performance with the practicality of a liftback body style.
Hyundai debuts the sporty ‘N Line’ trim in the US with the new Elantra GT N Line.
The three hot hatches line up for a drag race – which one do you think came out on top?.