The i30 has previously been offered in hatchback and estate shape, now there is a fastbackHyundai already offers its i30 as either a hatchback or an property, and now there’s a 3rd frame fshion: a fastback.
Compared to the five-door hatch itself revised for 2017 the roof line is lowered via more or less an inch and tapers lightly at the rear. at the side of the elongated nose, entire with decrease-set grille, it way the Fastback is 115mm longer than the hatch. The rear haunches also are greater mentioned, with wrap-round rear lights, and there are two new wheel designs, of 17 and 18 inches.
Is all that sufficient to make duck-tailed i30 Fastback a factor of beauty? Perhaps, albeit in a slightly pokey style that leaves one in no question approximately the automobile’s hatchback origins.
Device is decently generous, with the bottom-spec SE Nav 1.0 T-GDi proposing an eight-inch touchscreen with Apple Car Play and Android auto. There’s additionally Wi-Fi smartphone charging and a rear-view digital camera, even though to indulge inside the luxurious of synthetic leather-based seats you’ll want to upgrade to top class spec, which adds LED headlights, too. one of the best top class SE vehicles get a breath-taking sunroof.
Meanwhile, surprises in that boot area is stated to be at least 450 litres (the precise dimensions are nonetheless to be showed), surpassing the hatchback’s 395 litres. Rear headroom additionally seems to have suffered to a minimum degree.
Where Mallorca, Spain On sale January 2018 Price £21,055 Engine 4 cyls, 1353cc, turbocharged petrol Power 137bhp at 6000rpm Torque 179lb feet at 1500rpm Gearbox 6-spd manual Kerbweight 1287kg Top speed 126mph 0-62mph 9.5sec fuel economic system 51.4mpg CO2 score 125g/km.