HYUNDAI i30 2020 - 2022

Generation Information

Body style: Hatchback

Segment: Compact

After a successful start in 2016, the compact hatchback from Hyundai, the i30, has received a facelift in February 2020 with a new design, signed by Peter Schreyer.
The former designer from Audi-Volkswagen, Peter Schreyer, was in charge of the design for the whole Kia-Hyundai range after its arrival in the Korean group in 2006. His ideas completely changed the way these two brands look and, as a consequence, the sales rocketed. And he tried its hand, again, with the facelift for the i30.

On the front of the 2020 i30, there was a new bumper with a more aggressive design. A larger grille with a new design for the mesh was introduced. A new pair of headlights with built-in daytime LED running lights. Apart from the N-Line that featured black mesh on the front, the rest of the range featured classic, chromed elements. In the back, the new taillights received new LED graphics.

Inside, the 2020 i30 received an improved infotainment system with a 10.25” screen, which was a carry-over from the Kona and Ioniq. For the instrument cluster, a 7” TFT display replaced the analog dials.

While the aesthetic was little changed, the engine compartment received new units. The 2020 model received a new mil-hybrid version. For the transmission, Hyundai offered a 6-speed manual or a 7-speed dual-clutch system.

HYUNDAI i30 2020 2022

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