Hyundai’s i30 hatchback has been seen testing in India on the outskirts of Chennai. The length of the i30 hatchback is more than four metres, which means it would require a larger engine, indicating that its cost will be high.
However, Hyundai were the market leader in the premium hatchback segment with its i20. When launched, the car had was also considered to be way too expensive for a hatchback but considering the premium quality interiors, it’s obvious.
The latest Hyundai i30 hatchback was unveiled back in 2016 at the Paris Motor show and features the Hyundai’s latest design language. The car spotted shares similar styling and also some of its underpinnings with the Elantra sedan sold in India.
In International markets, the i30 is available with a range of petrol and diesel engine options. On the inside, the i30 gets minimalistic switchgear, a floating 8.0-inch touchscreen system with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It also gets extensive safety features like autonomous emergency braking, radar-guided cruise control and much more.