This is what should excite you all fans of the hot hatch – Hyundai i30 N is shown at the International Motor Show in Kuala Lumpur (KLIMS). The car is not officially sold, but Hyundai-Sime Darby Malaysia scans it to gauge public interest in it.
You'll love it if you do such things, because the first sports model from a roadmap under the brand name of Korean manufacturers, based on performance, was more than a struggle with rivals such as the Volkswagen Golf GTI and the Ford Focus ST.
The appearance of the sports route creates new front and rear bumpers, the new rear spoiler is completed in black gloss, dual exhaust pipes, as well as black clips for headlights. Also on, N icons and various black elements and subtle red accents.
Inside there are specialized sport seats with lumbar support and retractable seat cushions. Available in a combination of suede and leather or fabric, the seats also come with the N logo in the back seat. There is also the steering wheel N, which receives the blue line and the N logo, as well as the shift knob N.
The front-wheel drive i30 N is equipped with a 2.0-liter E-CVVT turbocharged 2.0-liter turbocharged engine that offers 250 hp as standard. at 6000 rpm and 353 Nm at speeds from 1450 to 4000 rpm. In the KLIMS showroom, the Performance Package is included, which picks up power up to 279 hp, also at the same speed, while the maximum output torque remains as it is.
Coupled with a six-speed manual gearbox (which, according to the automaker, “built to last”, it seems), performance indicators include a time of 0-100 km / h for 6.1 seconds and a top speed of 250 km / h. The car also has an overboost function that increases torque (+ 8%) and acceleration (+ 6-7%) with short bursts.
Performance package courtesy, the car rides on 19-inch devices wrapped in Hyundai N tires with 235/35 Pirelli P-Zero tires, and sits eight mm lower than the usual five-door i30.
The 275 PS is also equipped with red N brake calipers and larger 18-inch front 17-inch rear brake discs (on a standard exit car, 17-inch and 16-inch, respectively) and adds an electronic lower-slip differential (E-LSD) and variable exhaust valve systems.
Standard equipment includes an electronically controlled adjustable suspension, speed coincidence, start control and lap timer. Five modes are available (Eco, Normal, Sport, N and N Custom), and the electronic stabilizer (ESC) can be completely disabled for maximum freedom.
So, as you see, and the idea of a handheld hot hatch sounds like music to your ears? Share your thoughts in the comments section.