Hyundai i30 N Facelift Spied in South Korea

by Nov 8, 2019All News, Hyundai, N-Performance, Spy Shots0 comments

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After we have seen the first spy pictures of the Hyundai I30 N Fastback facelift, today it’s time to see also the Hatchback which is going to receive the same rejuvenation treatment as we can see on this shots from South Korea.

As is very common with facelift version, there are some minor changes that you’ll find. The first one you can definitely see is the headlight and just like the previous i30 spy pictures shared from our friends at Motor.es, it has the same design of those Daylight LED running light and the new grille design as well. We can also spot new air intakes which we can see through the camouflage and also hidden is the new front bumper design.

At back things has also change from the regular i30 spied before, first the taillights has a much slimmer design but one thing you’ll notice right off is the exhaust tip, which are much bigger compare to its current version. Hidden in the camouflage we can also expect a new design rear bumper. Let’s not forget the red color brakes popping through the wheels.

We couldn’t catch the interior this time but we can also expect the latest updates on infotainment system and safety system, including the new BlueLink Showcased on the New i10.

Below you will find original pictures of the Fastback variant caught near the Nürburgring by CarPix.

We havent heard any updates on the powertrain (despite the inclusion of a DCT variant that could happen) but we’ll keep you update on those as the information comes in.

Stay Tuned!

Written by Jose Antonio López

Passionated about Korean cars from Hyundai, Kia & Genesis. Photographer. I love being in nature, hiking. Tech lover.

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