What is it? Take a passing glance at the Hyundai i30 N-Line and you might think you’re looking at the hardcore i30 N hot hatchback. Indeed, that was Hyundai’s intention – the N-Line, as is the case with most cars with ‘Line’ in their trim level, is meant to give some of the glamour of a full-fat hot hatch but without the associated running costs.
Kia’s first cee’d GT helped to change the firm’s brand image around through sporty looks and sharp drive. Can the latest model do the same?
Hyundai has joined forces with comic publisher and movie studio Marvel to produce this – the limited-run Kona Iron Man Edition.
What is it? Estate cars are known for their practicality and for withstanding what even the most disgruntled children can throw at them. However, what they often lack is style.
The electric car market in the UK is the strongest it’s ever been, with 2018 seeing 59,911 pure-electric or plug-in hybrid vehicles registered.
What is it? Electric cars are something that have quietly been growing in popularity in the past few years. Problem is, their appeal has always been isolated because of either their high list prices or limited electric ranges. Even models such as the best-selling Nissan Leaf suffer from this – the Leaf having a compromised electric range of less than 150 miles in normal driving conditions.
What is it? Dial back a few years and the thought of Hyundai embedding itself as an established competitor in a performance car segment would be laughable — but the success of the i30 N has proven that wrong.
Hyundai has announced pricing and specification details for the second model in its ‘N’ family of performance cars – the i30 Fastback N.
Hyundai is hoping to save lives during natural disasters by designing a walking car that could help climb over tricky terrain to reach those in need.
Hyundai will hit the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas later this month with something we’ve never seen before – a car that combines wheels and… legs?
We’re sent a great number of cars to test here, and many of them aim for excitement with powerful engines, shiny styling additions and a list of equipment as long as your arm. That’s all well and good, but even the most extensive spec sheet can’t cover up a car that’s simply a pain to live with.