South Korean auto major Hyundai showcased its i30 at the ongoing Auto Expo 2016 in Delhi.
Hyundai i30, which sits above the i20 range, is currently on sale in the international market and made its India debut at the auto show. Although the launch in India has been long-rumoured, Hyundai India is tight-lipped about the same. Its appearance at the Auto Expo has now given rise to a fresh round of rumours on the auto corridors about the India launch of the model.
Hyundai i30 measures 4,300 mm in length, 1,780 mm in width, 1,470 mm in height and has a wheelbase of 2,650 mm. It gets a boot space of 378 litres, which can be extended to 1,316 litres of space, with rear seats folded down.
It is being sold in both diesel and petrol engine options. While 1.6-litre engine in the i30 is tuned to belt out two states of tunes -- 118bhp and 133bhp -- the 1.4 litre petrol engine churns out 99bhp.
On the other hand, the diesel engine of 1.6 litre is tuned to produce 126bhp and the 1.4 litre develops 89bhp and 109bhp of power. All the engines come paired to either a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic transmission. The i30 offers three driving modes -- comfort, normal and sport.
Hyundai i30 features TFT SuperVision instrument cluster, rain/light sensors and steering mounted controls.