Hyundai mega-hatch as imagined by Autocar
Hyundai’s i30N hot hatch could be followed by a more powerful, all-wheel-drive Focus RS rival
The Hyundai i30N hot hatch hasn’t been launched yet, but the company’s performance division is already considering a more powerful derivative — one that N division boss Albert Biermann admits would be aimed at competing with the Ford Focus RS.
Hyundai certainly doesn’t lack ambition when it comes to faster models, and two other derivatives are set to follow within months of the i30N going on sale next year. But Biermann said he sees the turbocharged 2.0-litre, …read more