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An all-wheel drive version of the Hyundai i30 N is a possibility

By Faiming_low on 04 May 2019 in New model

Attached Image According to Cars Guide, Hyundai is actively developing an all-wheel drive version of the i30 N hot hatch.

As confirmed by Hyundai Australia public relations manager Guido Schenken, the brand had already planned for an all-wheel drive version of the hot hatch once the car was given the green light for production.

Adding on, the head of Hyundai N Albert Biermann, has previously said that all-wheel drive was likely to prove to be a future focus for the manufacturer.

That said, it is not clear when an all-wheel drive Hyundai i30 N model would go on sale nor do we know the all-wheel drive drivetrain will be seen in this generation of the i30 N or future ones.

With an all-wheel drive system, Hyundai would be able to give its hot hatch more power with the additional traction, thereby allowing the i30 N to do battle with the hatches like the 345bhp Ford Focus RS.

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Turboflat4 May 06 2019 02:33 PM
AWD ok.

More power hell yeah.

Just keep the manual.
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