Hyundai will reportedly be unveiling an all-new i30 hatchback at the Frankfurt Auto Show next month.
According to a fresh report coming in from U.K. website Autocar, Hyundai is reportedly set to unveil an all-new i30 hatchback at the Frankfurt Auto Show next month. The new model will likely have similar dimensions and share many mechanical features with the outgoing car, which was launched only in 2008. However, Hyundai insiders are claiming the new car will share the latest styling language (called "fluidic sculpture") featured throughout the current product line-up.
The new i30 will also have “jewel-like lights” along with the company's now signature hexagonal grille. Engineered specifically for the European market at Hyundai's technology center in Russelsheim, Germany, the i30 is a direct competitor to the Volkswagen Golf.