New 2015 Hyundai i30 Turbo features and details

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Hyundai i30 has constantly done well in the market since its launch in 2007- claiming the most prestigious awards ranging from Australia’s Car of the Year to Best Family Car in Glasgow. The reason for it being the hot-favorite? The i30 models stem from an impressive combination of strong safety credentials, high equipment levels, and good build quality. Come 2015, Hyundai will be surprising its customers with its brand new i30 Turbo. The car is currently under construction in Germany and is rumored to borrow its features from Veloster SR Turbo as long and power and torque are considered.

The company is all set to offer its Turbo version in three-door coupe, five-door hatchback body styles as well as tourer. The front design is akin to the other models in Hyundai range. The i30 beauties have always stood out, thanks to their hexagonal grille. Additional features such as modified design of the alloy wheels, tweaked head- and tail-light graphics would be the icing on the cake! The exterior has been refurbished by adding a unique LED bar at the front, vibrant looking front and rear bumpers and dual exhaust tips. The interior has been ameliorated too. The newly designed instrumentation cluster, contrasting stitching, sports front seats are to name, but a few novel features.

The petrol engine comes in three versions- 74kW/134Nm 1.4-litre, a 88kW/156Nm 1.6-litre or a 137kW/265Nm 1.6-litre. As for diesel buyers, there are two choices – 81kiloWatt or 100kiloWatt versions of 1.6 liter U type engine. Turbo-diesel engine churns out 280Nm or 300Nm of torque depending on whether it is paired with 6 speed manual, or 7 speed dual clutch type transmissions respectively. Turbo boasts to attain a top speed of 136mph, with an acceleration of 62mph achieved in 8 seconds. The18-inch alloy wheels, 300mm front ventilated brake discs, retuned suspension for more agile handling and sturdy bumpers promise a comfortable drive.


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