We were lucky enough to get a first look at the new Hyundai i30N, before it's official debut in Australia in early 2018.
We have an in depth review coming up soon (keep an eye out on Caradvice.com), but people seemed quite keen to get an early look at one of the coolest small cars to come onto the market so we whipped together this short clip.
We take you for a brief walk around, give it a start up and rev, give a run down of the infotainment system, and we were even able to sneakily grab some track time in this impressive hot hatch.
While we can't discuss specifics of our experience just yet, all in all, I have to say this car was certainly a change from any Hyundai I have ever driven.
GASOLINE: THETA 2.0T-GDI with Performance Package (275PS)
Type THETA 2.0 T-GDI, 16-valve MLA, DOHC E-CVVT
Capacity 1998 cc
Bore x stroke 86.0 x 86.0 mm
Compression ratio 9.5
Power 275 PS (202 kW) @ 6000 rpm
Torque 353 Nm @ 1,450 ~ 4700 rpm
378 Nm with Overboost Function
Maximum speed (km/h) 250
0-100 km/h (seconds) 6.1
CO2 combined (g/km)* 163
Fuel Consumption combined
(l/100 km)* 7.1
Fuel Consumption urban
(l/100 km)* 9.7
Fuel Consumption extra-urban
(l/100 km)* 5.7
Thanks to Hyundai for the sneak peek.
FIRST LOOK: Hyundai's 271hp i30N. Walk around, start up, rev, infotainment overview & race laps
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