New Hyundai i30 Fastback N Performance Review | 2020 Car Update
New Hyundai i30 Fastback N Performance Review | 2020 Car Update – To fully test the behavior of the most powerful Hyundai, you need a circuit where you can have fun (a lot) in complete safety. But in traffic, this Korean “all pepper” is docile and compassionate.
The rhythmic ticking of the cooling metals makes the Hyundai i30 Fastback N Performance somewhat exciting, while it “rests” in the paddocks after a long run on the track. Yes, because it is not enough to flip through the datasheet and become aware of that 275 hp delivered by the 2.0 GDI Turbo engine, as well as the time of 6 “1/10 in the acceleration 0-100 km / h.
In fact, to get to know the most powerful of the Hyundai “that put the tail”, you need to get off the track exactly as we did. And then you begin to discover and appreciate the thrust to the limits of the brutal 4 in the turbo line so that you go to stumble in a moment to the limiter before changing gear with a strictly manual transmission and the contained travel of the lever.
Then you hold a gear higher than necessary and that engine placed transversally in front responds in tone, knows no delays of the turbo and performs in a baritone sound amplified by the two voluminous exhaust terminals. In short, the Hyundai i30 Fastback N has “a lot of engines” and, as we will see, it is structured to manage very well this power.
Hyundai i30 Fastback N Performance & Accelerations
In the curves traveled to the limit you do not need a well-defined driving strategy in order to limit the understeer. The merit of the suspension calibration, but above all the limited slip differential N carving differential. A system that, mind you, is not a simple upgrade of the ESP but a sophisticated device with electronic control. In practice it seems that a sort of invisible hand accompanies the Hyundai i30 Fastback N Performance in the curve, the face to reach the support at a photonic speed and help to make it finish the curve with the best traction and speed possible.
And at that point, it does not matter the fact that it is a simple front-wheel drive or that it has conventional suspension because the Hyundai i30 Fastback N Performance is a rare sport that can amuse even those who are accustomed to quite other powers. In this context, the braking system is inserted as powerful as tireless, as well as the direct steering and able to establish a fantastic feeling with the rider. The pilot who can adjust different parameters of the car at will, using the Sport, N and N Custom modes.
Defects? Certain internal plastics, such as that of the glove box, appear cheap and as far as the external line is concerned, while taking into account that tastes are subjective, it needs to “make us the eye”. Bazzecole that you forget as soon as you start the engine and listen to that brutal sound from the minimum.