Hatchback, wagon and now Fastback

Düsseldorf, 13. July 2017

The third Generation of the Hyundai i30 is only in the past few months on the market, but this short time was enough for the manufacturer, two body forms present. Now the family of models in the compact class continues to grow. Let us work together with the new Hyundai i30 Fastback welcome.

Elegant, stern, subtle lowering

The roof line of the Fastback is 25 mm flatter than the normal five-door. In addition, he works with the elegantly slim rear line is pretty sleek. The typical drop shape of the rear portion of a built-in Spoiler. In addition, the front fascia has been slightly revised and with new rims, as well as the Five-Millimeter-lowered suspension the car looks a bit sportier.

Two gasoline engines, two transmissions

But not only the look is sporty: The chassis is designed to be firmer to reduce body roll. Under the hood you have the choice of two well-known petrol engines – a 1.0-Liter three-cylinder with 120 HP and a 1.4-Liter four-cylinder with 140 HP. Of the Three is associated with a manual six-speed transmission, while you can decide in the large aggregate between this manual and a seven-speed DSG.

Prices and market introduction

In terms of Infotainment, the wizard, and the cockpit design of the i30 Fastback is no different from its wagon and hatchback brothers. Whether there will be large price differences to the other models, is not yet known. The cheapest 1.0-litre three-cylinder five-door i30 starts at some 19,700 euros, on the comparable combined is 1,000 euros more expensive. On the market it should come between the end of 2017 and beginning of 2018.(ml)