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Hyundai Veloster N Performance Concept revealed
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28th Oct 2019
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Hyundai Veloster N Performance Concept revealed

The Hyundai Veloster N Performance Concept has been unveiled ahead of its in-the-flesh debut at the 2019 SEMA show in Las Vegas next month. The concept builds on the Veloster N, which isn't available in Australia, and features adjustments to improve its looks and handling. Riding on 19-inch OZ forged wheels and 235/35 Pirelli P-Zero Corsa tyres, the concept also has new Extreme Racing coil-over suspension, H&R springs and Daewon Steel anti-roll bars at both ends.
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Derek Fung
Hyundai i30 N: DCT option delayed until late 2020
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18th Sep 2019
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Hyundai i30 N: DCT option delayed until late 2020

Hyundai Australia will go without an automatic option for its i30 N hot hatch for at least another 12 months, with the company's local boss indicating the promised dual-clutch auto won't be here until late in 2020. Speaking at the local launch for the all-new Venue crossover, Hyundai Australia's CEO, J.W. Lee, said the DCT-equipped i30 N has been pushed back until next year. "We're getting the DCT. [It will be here] late 2020," he said.
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James Wong
Hyundai i30 N Project C teased
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21st Aug 2019
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Hyundai i30 N Project C teased

Hyundai is readying a lighter, more focused take on its i30 N Performance for the Frankfurt motor show, complete with a raft of previously-teased add-ons. The 'unique specification' will include carbon-fibre reinforced plastic parts and racier 19-inch alloy wheels, designed to make the Project C 'notably lighter' than the (slightly porky) standard car – which tips the scales at 1429kg.
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Scott Collie
Hyundai Veloster N priced for the US
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14th Nov 2018
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Hyundai Veloster N priced for the US

Hyundai Motor America has confirmed pricing for the 2019 Veloster N hot hatch, with the entry-level version to start from US$26,900 ($37,266) in the US. By comparison, a standard Volkswagen Golf GTI starts at US$26,415 ($36,594), though the Hyundai is well-equipped, with standard features including LED headlights, 18-inch alloys, keyless entry with push-button start, an 8.0-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, adaptive suspension, and alloy sports pedals.
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James Wong
2019 Hyundai i30 Fastback N revealed
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26th Sep 2018
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2019 Hyundai i30 Fastback N revealed

The Hyundai i30 Fastback N has been revealed ahead of its world premiere at the Paris motor show next week. It’s the second model from the company’s N Performance Division, following in the wheel tracks of the hot-selling hatch model already on sale. The good news for Aussie punters who like the swoopier coupe-like styling is that it’s on track to arrive locally by March 2019.
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Mike Costello