Hyundai reveals pricing and CO2 for i30 N Line
Hyundai has announced details for the i30 N Line ‘warm hatch’, which will go on sale in the UK on 3 September.
Joining the i30 N hot hatch for customers who “want the show but don’t need the go”, the i30 N Line range get the 138bhp 1.4 T-GDi also seen in the standard i30, with emissions from 129g/km and a choice of six-speed manual or seven-speed DCT transmission. This compares to the 247 and 271bhp 2.0-litre turbocharged engine in the higher-performance i30 N.
External styling echoes the i30 N, including the front and rear bumper, and the i30 N Line also gets twin exhaust, LED rear lamps, 18-inch alloys and N Line badging. Interior design includes sports seats and leather steering wheel from the i30 N and N Line gear lever.
In addition to performance styling, the i30 N Line models have also undergone changes to the mechanical set-up of suspension, brakes and engine response compared to standard i30 models.
Standard kit includes eight-inch touchscreen display audio with smart device integration & DAB (supporting Apple Carplay and Android Auto) and heated leather and suede sports seats with electrical adjustment. Driver assistance features include Lane Departure Warning System, Lane Keep Assist, Autonomous Emergency Braking and Hill Start Assist Control.
Prices will start from £21,255 for the six-speed manual.