Hyundai has been on a sprint to unveil some of its performance products at the Indian auto expo and i30 N Fastback is one of them and for sure it carries some mind-boggling power figures on papers.
Hyundai excels at designing sensuous cars. Designing the fastbacks, they know how to top the charts. The Korean carmaker has showcased the i30 N Fastback in India at the ongoing 2020 auto expo. With this, the Indian audience will get to understand how scintillating can Hyundai cars look. Not just look, the ‘N’ suffix here also lets the folks know of that Hyundai cars can be wild as well.
Hyundai has unveiled the i30 N Fastback in India at the auto expo 2020, alongside the new Tucson.
Talking of its looks first, the i30 N Fastback is derived from the i30 hatchback itself. It wears the traditional Hyundai cascade grille finished in glossy black with brushed-aluminium surrounds. It is similar to the hatchback till the b-pillar. As after the b-pillar, the roofline starts to merge with the shoulder line and they come together to give this fastback a beautiful rear-end.
However, it’s not the looks that got us attached to this car, it was the performance it has on offer. Under the hood, the i30 N Fastback gets a 2.0L 4-cylinder turbocharged engine that belts out 275Bhp and 378Nm as its peak output. Pushing this power down the wheels is a 6-speed manual transmission. With such mind-numbing power-figures, the car can do a 0-100 run in just 6.1 seconds and can clock a top speed of 250kmph.
The scintillating four-door coupe is capable enough to reach a top speed of 250 kmph and can do a sprint of 0-100 kmph in just 6.1 seconds.
These figures are mental for a car and to help the driver, Hyundai has loaded it with tonnes of electronic safety aids such as N Traction Control, Driver Attention Warning, Intelligent Speed Limit Warning, Forward Collision-avoidance Assist, Forward Collision Warning, Lane Keeping Assist, and High Beam Assist. However, Hyundai has aided this mental four-door coupe with some more assistance to get the best out its potent powerplant and chassis, To do that, comes equipped with N Traction and stability control, active limited-slip differential, Active variable exhaust system, Launch control and it can also match revs on its own.
The i30 N Fastback seems like a perfect driver’s car, but the chances of it coming to the Indian market is are very less. We hope that Hyundai turns up its generous side towards us Indians and launches the i30 N Fastback in the country soon. But till then, keep watching this space at IndianAuto.com for latest updates of the automobile industry.