Hyundai has announced a new restricted-run trim for its i30 N incredibly hot hatch array, featuring a number of cosmetic tweaks.
Referred to as the Travel-N, this new trim subtly distinguishes by itself from the relaxation of the i30 N assortment thanks to ‘Drive-N’ decals on the sides, front and rear, and Hyundai branding completed in black. There are two paint colours to select from – white or black – and the Push-N has its 19-inch alloy wheels trimmed in dim bronze.
Hyundai says that the badges on the Push-N trim contain the GPS coordinates for the Hyundai Motor Europe Test Centre at Nürburgring in Germany, in which the i30 N was examined and created – if you are at any time intrigued in going to.
Inside of, the Hyundai i30N Travel-N interior is trimmed in Alcantara with red stitching, changing the leather-based upholstery of the regular model. The seatbelts, the buttons on the steering wheel, and other dashboard accents are finished in crimson, and the trim will get Push-N branded ground mats.
Only 75 Generate-N styles are scheduled for a British isles arrival, and every single vehicle receives a unique numbered badge, denoting its situation inside the trim’s limited operate stock of 800 models worldwide.
Other than these cosmetic changes, the Drive-N is effectively the very same as the conventional ‘N-Performance’ trim. Equipped with a 2.-litre petrol motor, the Hyundai i30 N has a utmost electricity output of 280hp. Whilst the i30 N variety does consist of a 6-speed manual product, the ‘Drive-N’ can only be purchased with the 8-speed automatic gearbox.
Hyundai has not but announced when the Travel-N will arrive, or what it will be priced at, but anticipate it to charge much more than the conventional automatic Hyundai i30 N, which at this time prices £36,070.
Given that arriving on Uk roads in early 2018, the Hyundai i30 N warm hatch has been highlighted by the motoring media for being interesting to push, but just as effortless to live with, and at the moment holds an Professional Rating of 79%. That claimed, it is not as rapidly as some of its crucial rivals, and the entry-level styles have some low-cost interior plastics.