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2013 Hyundai i30 Wagon


The second model in Hyundai ’s new i30 family will be making its world debut next month at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. The new i30 wagon will borrow everything from its five-door hatch brother, except, of course, for the fact that its overall length will be increased by 185 mm and it will offer increased trunk space: from 378-liters to 528-liters.

The Hyundai i30’s exterior will be distinguished by Hyundai’s hexagon-shaped grille and jewel-like headlamps. On the side, it has received a pronounced swage line that runs horizontally and rises all the way to the rear lights. The rear windscreen wraps around the D-pillars, increasing interior luminosity and benefiting visibility.

Under the hood, Hyundai will place the same engine line-up found in the hatchback version: three petrol engines and three diesel engines with power ranging from 90 to 135 HP.

Full details will be unveiled next month at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, so stay tuned!



7 comments:

This is amazing; it’s really a provider of comfortable interior.

Hyundai, nowadays, is also known for sedans and SUVs. They have always provided quality cars to the consumers.

I find it hard to illustrate the cabin in the interior since this Hyundai is not providing for us. Based on the exterior looks, the belt line of this wagon is a bit sharp that gives stronger stance on it.

Absolutely flabbergasting i30 Wagon with its new exterior looks and details at the rims were great. I really can’t wait for the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. 

The shape is elegant as well as the brilliance of the lights, not only on the exterior but on the interior. The elongation of the trunk did not affect the suave design. It’s simply looking magnificent.

I noticed that this i30 wagon is far more sporty looking than the rest of i30’s such as iBlue, Elantra Touring and SPORT, but I find it simple and elegant.

Though it seems that this car isn’t going to attract so much attention on the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, I have a feeling that it is going to be a hit. The reason for it is because, it suits well for lots of eligible bachelors.

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