Hyundai presented the i30 Wagon, that will make its debut at the upcoming Geneva auto show. According to company, the i30 Wagon is one of the most practical models of its class, because of its huge luggage space, which has a volume of 602 liters and can reach up to 1,650 liters by folding the rear seats.
The length of the car reaches 4,585 mm, with its width that is 1,795 mm, its height that is 1,465 mm and its wheelbase that reaches 2,650 mm, remaining unchanged, compared with the simple i30.
The car was designed at Hyundai’s European technical center in Russelsheim, Germany, with its production to take place Nosovice, Czech Republic.
The wagon version of the new i30 will initially be offered with three petrol engines and a diesel. Among them will be a new 1.4-liter turbo engine, producing 140 hp with 242 Nm of torque, a 1.4-liter atmospheric engine, producing 100 hp with 134 Nm of torque and a 1.0-liter GDi turbo engine delivering 120 hp with 170 Nm of torque. The diesel engine will be a 1.6-liter, that will be available in tree different versions, delivering 95 hp with 280 Nm of torque, 110 hp with 280 Nm of torque and 136 hp with 300 Nm of torque. The engines will be available with either a five speed manual transmission or with a 7-speed dual clutch automatic.
The interior of the car will have fewer physical switches, a large 5-inch touch screen, an infotainment system that is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a wireless inductive smart phone charger, a TomTom navigation system, a three-spoke leather steering wheel, alloy pedals, black shiny decorations, a leather upholstery and an optional panoramic sunroof.
Finally the Hyundai i30 Wagon will have several security features, such as an automatic braking system, a forward collision warning system, an active cruise control, a blind spot alert system, a lane keeping system, a system that understands when the driver is tired and a system that scans the space behind the vehicle when the car is in reverse.