The all-new 2017 Hyundai i30 has been spied in a new state of undress this week, offering a clearer look at its outside and the best look yet at its cabin.
These new shots reveal the upcoming 2017 i30 with a dramatically reduced covering, swapping most of its heavy camouflage panels for a light vinyl wrap.
The subtle new camouflage offers a new look at the new model's curving door panels tapered D-panel, above softly flared wheel arches.
The model spied here is largely identical to the vehicle caught in tow-testing last month, although the larger wheels in low-profile tyres, matched to dual exhaust tips at the rear, suggests it could be a high-spec SR model.
It is unlikely to be the hero i30 N model, however, with an earlier spied prototype shown with dual chrome-finished tips sitting a little further inboard, beneath a notably larger rear wing atop the hatch.
This latest batch of images also brings a clear look at the new i30's dashboard, revealing a distinctly different design to that featured in the cabin of the hatch's traditional sibling, the new Elantra sedan.
A large tablet-style dash dominates the top of the two-tone dashboard, flanked on either side by switches and dials. Air-conditioning controls sit further down, below a pair of horizontal vents.
Hyundai's new-look steering wheel is also featured, ahead of conventional instrument dials that likely also flank a multi-information display screen.
The absence of any of the requisite hot-hatch accents and highlights add to the argument that this is not the hi-po N model, although the lightly bolstered seats and thick steering grips do point to an SR variant.
The new i30 is expected to make its global debut at October's Paris motor show, ahead of an Australian launch likely to occur early in 2017.
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