The Hyundai i30 hatchback was the first model to get the “N” treatment but its not the last as Hyundai plans to expand the line-up with the i30 N Fastback.
The fastback will mirror the engine options that are available for the hatchback meaning the base model will have 250 horsepower and the “sportier” version will boost 275 wild horses instead. Six-speed manual gearbox is the choice for both versions for now.
As we can see the fastback version will follow the look of the hatch with a sportier front bumper with big air intakes (hidden under camouflage here), wider side sills and bigger wheels. Behind those big wheels we also notice bigger brakes with red calipers.
At the back we see the two big exhaust pipes and what might be a rear spoiler hidden.