Discover the All-New Hyundai N Range

Hyundai is set to roll out a variety of sporting models over the coming years. With the High-Performance Hyundai i30 N being the first.

Hyundai is very serious about its new performance vehicles, and about making a real, credible alternative driver's car that deserves same-sentence billing with the hot hatchbacks. The New i30 N establishes the N brand as both surprisingly sporting and assertive.


5 drive modes

As easy as a push of a button, you can select between five distinct drive modes to match your driving mood: Eco, Normal, Sport, N and N Custom. 

These modes alter the character of the i30 N by changing the operating parameters of engine throttle response, suspension stiffness, stability control, steering weight, and rev-matching intensity. On i30 N Performance the electronically limited slip differential and exhaust sound can also be controlled. 


When you drive the new i30 N Performance car, you will be surprised by how playful it is, how the speed and suspension are so well matched and how it goes about its everyday business with genuine enthusiasm.

The performance of the i30 N is powered by a highly responsive 2.0 T-GDI turbocharged engine available with 250 PS standard or 275 PS in the N Performance. The i30 N features front-wheel drive and a six-speed manual transmission.

Launch control

Launch control helps to accelerate i30 N in
the quickest time from a standstill. 

By regulating the amount of available torque sent to the front wheels, wheel spin is therefore minimised.​​

Rev-matching

Hit the steering wheel button to enjoy fast, smooth downshifts. Rev-matching automatically blips the throttle on downshifts to synchronize the rotational
speeds of the engine and transmission, optimising braking performance.​

Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB)

Operating in three stages using camera sensors, it warns the driver visually and audibly. In a second step, it controls the brakes according to the collision danger stage, and in a third stage applies maximum braking force to avoid a collision or minimise damage if an accident is unavoidable.