Articles about Hyundai I30 N

It comes in hatchback, fastback, and wagon body styles
It borrows elements from some of the best in the industry
This is the first proper Hyundai performance car. There have been efforts before-mildly hot hatches and big-bumpered F2 editions of the pretty '90s Hyundai Coupe-but nothing with circa 300hp and a development program overseen by a former BMW M
The Australians just made it possible
Vans aren't the type of vehicle you would normally associate with the art of drifting. To put it simply: They're just not built to do such a thing.Then again, ideas as absurd as a drifting van come to life
The Koreans are learning
This is the hardcore Hyundai i30N Project C.The stock i30N is a brilliant hot hatchback, and this is basically a leaner, fitter version. Hyundai has shaved a fantastically precise 50.004kg from its curb weight-dropping it below the 1.4-
Named after the Korean carmaker’s Area C track
Hyundai has been upping its game when it comes to sporty offerings. Last year, it launched a new Veloster, complete with an N performance version "thoroughly honed" at the Nürburgring and powered by a 2.5-liter turbocharged engine. This time
Hot hatch goes coupe-ish
It's a Hyundai i30N, but not as we know it...Yep. This is the one with style. And it could be onto a winner.How come?Hyundai's unexpectedly spectacular first hot hatchback, the i30N, has been such a runaway success
But is it any faster?
See, Hyundai's created a swoopy-roofed version of its superb i30N hot hatch. Meet the i30N Fastback, as everyone will call it. Except Hyundai, which insists on clumsily titling it the i30 Fastback N. Which looks like a typo.The UK
And it packs as much torque as a Ferrari
We like the Hyundai i30N a lot. But can it be improved upon? German tuner RaceChip certainly thinks so. This is the GTS Black, its latest show car based on the i30N.RaceChip's taken the 271hp i30N Performance and given it,
It's not always about horsepower
Has Hyundai built a genuine hot hatch?Absolutely. The Hyundai i30 N is exactly the car its maker needs it to be. It's harder and sharper than I expected, and establishes the N brand as both surprisingly sporting and assertive.What,
It only comes with a manual
At last, we give you Hyundai's first proper hot hatch. The i30 N has been teased for months but at last we know all the numbers and have had a peek at how it looks.The looks you may still be
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