Hyundai i30: If you are waiting for the next-gen Hyundai model, then here’s a good news for you all. Recently, Hyundai i30 was found testing in India. So, this could indicate that the company will soon release there new modified car, i30. However, the enthusiast still has to wait for the announcement of the premium hatchback as the company has not given any statements regarding the introduction of the car in India. It appears like Hyundai is testing the vehicle’s segment in the hot climate because it was observed without a camouflage covering it.
However, we can’t assume the company toward the report as they are identified to advance concept models to their remarkable platform with some universal specification outcomes. Another premium hatchback in the same concept is Mercedes A-Class, which is an option to purchase, however getting a Hyundai for nearly two-thirds of its value cannot be reasonable for the country. The company has prepared to supplement extra hatchback in the 2018 series which can be named ‘Santro’. The automotive firm has designed the car as a sub 4-meter vehicle which can succeed Eon in future. The design of the i30 is not looking so pleasant like other models, which will be a reason for attracting fewer customers.
The price is also the drawback of the spotted model. The company has not considered the price before manufacturing the product as the buyers can get a brand-new premium sedan at that huge cost tag. As far as the dimension is considered, the car is 4340mm in length, 2039mm in width and 1465mm in height. The wheelbase of the car is 2650 mm. However, the spacious cabin is enough to beat all the premium sedan in the series. This feature could be thought of while deciding to buy it. The vehicle will be available in three engine variants whereas including high-end safety features such as blind spot detection, rear cross traffic alert, autonomous emergency braking, 7-airbags and some extra which will be suitable for town areas.
The company has not yet revealed any details about the launch and spec of the car, but if it comes to India, it will be powered with a 164 HP and 1.6L diesel engine (Indian variant). It can be manufactured with a 2.0L petrol like the Elantra for certain. For now, the automotive company, Hyundai sells Elantra and Tucson preceding it’s successful Verna and Creta. The existing cars are large set vehicles deliver limited (below average) in the sales figure.