The Hyundai i30 family hatchback has gained a five-door coupé variant, called the Fastback. We’ve driven it for the first time.
The Hyundai i30 is no longer the ‘beige’ offering it used to be. The third-generation model – introduced earlier in 2017 – sports dashing curves and an aggressive front grille, and its asking price has increased to reflect this added cachet.
Hyundai is now further upping the ante in terms of design with a new i30 Fastback model that joins the existing hatchback and estate variants. The most noticeable change is to the roofline, which sits a fraction lower than on the hatchback and slopes towards the rear of car before flicking up to form a neat little spoiler.
The five-door i30 Fastback (there isn’t a three-door option) is also a little longer than the hatchback, and comes with new alloy wheel designs of 17in and 18in.
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