Hyundai I30 2013 Review, Release Date and Pictures. – Welcome to NeocarSUV, we will provide the latest information about the Hyundai I30 2013. Hyundai I30 2013 is one brand new car from Hyundai that was released in 2013. We will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine of the Hyundai I30 2013.
Hyundai I30 2013 Review, Price, Interior, Exterior.
Hyundai Motor UK is confident that its new generation i30 will build on the remarkable success achieved by the original model. It will maintain Hyundai’s sales in the most hotly contested segment of the market by offering consumers a stylish and more refined alternative with improved comfort and packaging, more standard features and lower emissions. Designed and engineered at the Hyundai Motor Europe Technical Centre in Rüsselsheim, Germany, Hyundai i30 is the latest model from Hyundai to be developed specifically for the European market. The original i30 heralded a new era for Hyundai when it was launched and the new generation model will play a major role in further raising brand awareness.
Hyundai’s upcoming 2012 i30 range should arrive as a complete model line up when it lands in Australia later this year, following this week’s unveiling of the i30 Wagon. In Australia, the current i30 range includes the regular five door hatch, and the longer i30cw wagon. Whether the cw moniker will carry over to the new model remains to be seen. As before, the new wagon shares its styling characteristics with its five door sibling, and both are largely identical right up to the C-pillar, where the large rear quarter window and a thick D-pillar separate the two bodystyles.
Hyundai I30 2013 Price :
Hyundai I30 2013 Price. - “The original i30 has grown its UK market share every year since launch in 2008. Now, the Hyundai i30 will appeal to young, progressive buyers who want a car that not only performs well but also looks great. It will ensure greater sales success, growing brand awareness and enhancing British consumers’ perceptions of Hyundai,” comments Tony Whitehorn, President and CEO, Hyundai Motor UK. On sale from March 12, 2012, the i30 is produced in Europe at Hyundai’s manufacturing facility in Nošovice, Czech Republic. Prices start from £14,495 (on the road) and rise to £20,795 spanning 16 models and four trim levels (Classic, Active, Style and Style Nav), across the range.
Hyundai I30 2013 Interior :
Hyundai I30 2013 Interior. – The interior gets a generous dose of upgrades as well, including a two-tone IP, creamy leather seats, brushed aluminum accents and a steering wheel full of redundant controls. This new i30 could be the perfect competitor to the Jetta Sportwagen in the U.S., but Hyundai remains mum on its chances of making it across the Atlantic.
Cabin noises have been cut to class-best levels, with engine noise at idle down to 38 dB, acceleration noise lowered to 52 dB, road noise limited to 64 dB and wind noise cut to 63.6 dB. For the UK market, the quality and generosity of standard specification across the four variants of the i30 have been inspired by the high standards established by Hyundai’s all new i40. Priced from £14,495, Classic models come with Bluetooth® connectivity with voice recognition, front fog lights, LED daytime running lights, steering wheel audio and phone controls, manual air conditioning, electrically adjustable, heated, body coloured door mirrors, electric front windows, RDS radio/CD with MP3, iPod, Aux and USB connectivity, and height-adjustable driver’s seat.
Active models (from £15,595) gain alloys wheels, cruise control with speed limiter, electric rear windows, leather steering wheel and rear parking sensors. Style trim adds 16 inch alloy wheels, dual-zone climate control, static cornering lights, automatic lights and wipers, electrically folding door mirrors with integrated LED indicators, two additional audio speakers and front parking sensors with prices starting at £16,595.
Hyundai I30 2013 Exterior :
Hyundai I30 2013 Exterior. – The Hyundai i30 is the latest expression of Hyundai’s ‘fluidic sculpture’ design ethos. This visual philosophy utilises flowing lines to give a constantly impactful three dimensional presence to Hyundai vehicles. Thomas Bürkle, Chief Designer at Hyundai Motor Europe Technical Centre, commented: “When designing New Generation i30, we used strong, fluid lines to sculpt a car which looks athletic and exudes a sense of constant motion, even when stationary. We gave the car a bold stance, transmitting a confident attitude through sporty characteristics and dynamic proportions. In this respect, it is very close to the all-new i40, and the strength of Hyundai’s design DNA is easy for people to recognise in both these models.”
A key factor behind the more athletic appearance of new i30 is the significantly increased track. While the bodyshell is 5 mm wider, the front and rear tracks have been increased by 17 mm and 27 mm respectively, moving the wheels and tyres outwards to become flush with the wheel arches simultaneously heightening the car’s aesthetics and improving its road holding.
Hyundai I30 2013 Engine :
Hyundai I30 2013 Engine. – The 105kW/186Nm 2.0 litre petrol in the outgoing model is replaced with a 1.8-litre MPI with a bit more power but less torque (110kW and 178Nm), though the 1.6 litre CRDi diesel will continue in the range with more power and torque (94kW and 260Nm). Transmissions have been upgraded to a six speed manual or six speed automatic for both engines.
Hot hatches make up a disproportionate level of overall small-car sales in Australia. For instance, around 25 per cent of all Volkswagen Golfs sold here are GTIs, whereas this figure is closer to five per cent globally. The obvious engine choice for an i30 hot hatch would appear to be the 155kW/265Nm 1.6 litre turbocharged unit from the forthcoming Veloster Turbo variant, although Mr Williams also alluded to the naturally aspirated 2.0 litre from the larger i40 Tourer as a possibility. “If we could get a 2.0 litre GDI engine with around 130kW or something in that area, that would be a job nearly well done.”
Hyundai believes that the new, more powerful, top of the range diesel the highly efficient 1.6 litre variable geometry turbo (VGT) ‘U2′ unit will become a popular engine in the line up. Generating 128ps and 260 Nm from 1,900 rpm, the upgraded 1,582 cc engine will accelerate the i30 Blue Drive model from standstill to 62 mph in under 11 seconds, and go on to reach a top speed of 117 mph while achieving 74.3 mpg (combined cycle) and CO2 emissions of just 100 g/km.
The 110ps diesel powered Blue Drive model is offered in each of the four trim levels, recording a CO2 level of just 97 g/km in the Classic and Active models with their narrower 15-inch wheels. The addition of Hyundai technologies developed under the company’s Blue Drive™ sub brand optimizes efficiency and lowers emissions for six diesel models in the Hyundai i30 line up. These technologies include Intelligent Stop & Go (ISG) and an alternator management system (AMS). Source: netcarshow.com, autoblog.com, Autocarrelease.com.