The i30 Fastback joins its hatchback equal in receiving the N Line trim possibilityThe i30 Fastback has develop into the second mannequin within the firm’s European line-up to obtain the N Line trim possibility
Following the launch of the i30 N Line hatchback earlier this 12 months, Hyundai has introduced that the trim package deal will now be out there on the i30 Fastback.
In addition to a vary of revisions geared toward altering the driving traits of the automotive, N Line trim includes various design parts carried over from the new i30 Fastback N. The efficiency of the usual 1.Four-litre T-GDI engine is unchanged, however modifications made to the chassis and suspension settings purpose to supply sharper dealing with.
Among the many styling cues taken from the N, the N Line mannequin is adorned with a crimson reflector line on the rear bumper, black headlight surrounds, a triangular foglight and a rear diffuser.
Inside, an N-badged steering wheel, sport seats, metallic pedals and an N-branded shift knob improve the similarities between the N Line and its range-topping inspiration.
Hyundai claims the N Line gives advantages past look, stating that enhanced engine response and exhaust sounds domesticate “a extra participating driving expertise”. PS4 Michelin Efficiency tyres are wrapped round 18in alloy wheels to additional differentiate the N Line from the usual i30 Fastback.
With the growth of the N Line vary, Hyundai is taking a lead from firms corresponding to Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz, whose R-Line and AMG Line ranges respectively embellish their best-selling fashions with design and mechanical parts from extra performance-oriented vehicles.
The launch of the i30 Fastback N Line is accompanied by the information that Hyundai’s 118bhp 1.zero T-GDI engine will now be out there on all N Line vehicles, supplied with 17in alloy wheels and the identical styling modifications because the 1.Four.
The Hyundai i30 Fastback N Line will likely be out there to order in Europe from the tip of 2018.
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