Hyundai Australia will replace the popular i30 model with a new 2019 Hyundai i30N Line model. The i30N Line has a different exterior design than the rest of the i30N-Series, and differs from the redesigned front and rear bumpers as well as the model-specific 18-inch light alloy wheels with PS4 Michelin performance and two exhaust tips. Inside, it has a redesigned interior with sport seats and a perforated leather steering wheel and gear lever.
Fortunately, Hyundai has retained the ergonomics. Thanks to the seat adjustment of the 2019 Hyundai i30N, you can sit comfortably behind the steering wheel, while the heavy support around the diaphragm and shoulders ensures that you are firmly seated when pushing. In addition to the electronically operated lumbar support, a variety of height and range settings on the steering wheel and well-positioned pedals, you will immediately feel at home.
Not surprisingly, the 2019 Hyundai i30N 8.0-inch touch screen standard infotainment system remains unchanged from the standard vehicle, but that’s not bad. It’s so much better than the confusing infotainment system of the Civic Type R, with faster reactions and menus that are easier to understand. It is also very well equipped. Mirroring Navi, Apple CarPlay and Android car smartphones as well as online connectivity for live traffic, weather and flash camera reports are standard.
The 2019 Hyundai i30N, which is currently being sold, has a 1.6-liter four-cylinder turbocharger that generates 150 kW/265 Nm, and we’ve determined that the Hyundai i30N will also be available in Australia from 2019 However, far from the rain on the SR’s parade this badge may remain – we do not know what the strategy for Hyundai Australia will look like, but the current i30N can be chosen with a manual six-speed or seven-speed dual clutch automatic is available in two qualities. The fat hatch, which lies above the future 2019 Hyundai i30N model, is the Hyundai i30N, which generates 202 kW / 353 Nm with a 2.0-liter turbo engine. Unlike the model below, the i30N is only available with a six-speed manual transmission.
Hyundai’s outstanding 2019 Hyundai i30N tailgate has been converted into a five-door coupe with promising extra dynamics and additional luggage space for £ 29,995.