South Korean automotive manufacturer Hyundai has added another member to the i30 family of vehicles with the addition of the new slick looking i30 Fastback saloon. The i30 Fastback will be available for purchase across Europe when it goes on sale early 2018. Also Read - Samsung and LG confirm presence at in-person CES 2022Also Read - Kia working on electric version of Seltos, expected to launch in 2020
Playing along Hyundai s design philosophy, the Hyundai i30 fastback boasts of sophisticated technology onboard. Here s a look at it.
The new Hyundai i30 Fastback coupe packs an 8-inch touchscreen system which offers a new generation navigation system which comes with 7 years free subscription to LIVE services which comprise of latest weather information, traffic, speed cameras and online searches for the points of interest all in real time. Smartphone users can get Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity options. Routine jobs like controlling music, navigation, and audio sources can be accessed from the steering mounted controls. ALSO READ: Hyundai domestic sales drop 6% to 37,562 units in June
Hyundai s Safety Net
Hyundai has packed in some of the best technology which is available only on high end cars which include Autonomous Emergency Braking, Driver Attention Alert, High Beam Assist, lane assist, advanced smart cruise control, blind spot detector, rear cross traffic alert, speed limit information function and a rear parking camera with dynamic guidelines.
Contrary to the popular perception, this Hyundai is no slouch as the engineers have tested the driving dynamics of the i30 Coupe at the N rburgring “Nordschleife” circuit. It is going to be available in a choice of two turbocharged engines which include 1.4 litre T-GDI petrol which churns out 138 bhp of power and the 1.0 litre T-GDI unit producing 118 bhp while the transmission duties are handled by either 6-speed manual or 7-speed dual clutch automatic entities.