Hyundai i30 Fastback is a new car that will give Audi A3 Sportback a run for their money. The car is bound to join other Hyundai greats like the Hatchback and Estate.
Similar to Hatchback and Estate, the third i30 variant has a competitive price. It also boasts an interior space similar to the aforementioned models.
According to , Hyundai i30 Fastback looks like a Hatchback on the front. However, it has more sloped roofline and longer rear overhang.
Like other i30 models, it has a turbocharged engine. The engine contains a 1.0 liter T-GDI three-cylinder petrol that produces 118bhp.
Aside from that, the car also contains a 1.4 liter four cylinder unit that has a 138bhp. It also has a diesel engine range of 1.6 liter unit that allows different tuning and can produce up to 131bhp.
Similar to its earlier version, the car has an adaptive cruise control that can accelerate the car at 112mph. For safety, the car also has an autonomous emergency braking and lank-keeping assistance.
This is definitely different than the Audi A3 Sportback that believes is The most practical car of the famous brand. It is said to have more space than the BMW 1 Series and Mercedes A-Class.
It is a match for the Volkswagen Golf and now to Hyundai i30 Fastback. Audi A3 Sportback's design is better than its predecessors.
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It has an imposing re-shaped hexagonal grill and updated LED powered headlight. Even though the car looks less luxurious than Mercedes A-Class, it displays a sophisticated look with its minimal switch gears, simple components and optional Virtual Cockpit.
Like the Hyundai i30 Fastback, the car also has a competitive engine. It's an engine covers different kinds of fuels such as diesel, petrol and e-tron.
With all of these, one can safely assume that Audi A3 Sportback will have another worthy opponent in the form of the Hyundai i30 Fastback. The new Hyundai model will be launched on 2018.