Hyundai's new N Line

trim for i30

Hyundai i30 N Line, 2018, front
Hyundai i30 N Line, 2018, side
Hyundai i30 N Line, 2018, rear
Hyundai i30 N Line, 2018, boot
Hyundai i30 N Line, 2018, interior
Hyundai i30 N Line, 2018, badge

A DRESSED up version of Hyundai's i30 hatch has been announced featuring styling elements from the hot i30 N.

With new look bumpers, a twin exhaust and 18-inch alloys the new i30 N Line models come with Hyundai's 1.4-litre turbo petrol engine developing 140ps in a five-door body.

Engineering upgrades include a sportier set up with changes to the suspension and engine response and the car sits on Michelin PS4 performance tyres.

Other changes see 16-inch front brakes being fitted to replace the 15-inch discs on the standard i30.

Inside, there's a choice of N-branded suede sport seats while the N Line trim also features a perforated leather steering wheel and a N gear shift knob. There's also a N Line badge on the front wing.

The N Line models will be available later in the summer and although prices have still to be confirmed the 1.4-litre i30 ranges from £20,560 to £23,660 with the i30 N starting at £25,010.


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