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Hyundai i30 N First Edition Sold Out in Two Days

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Hyundai seems to have come up with an instant hit with the new i30 N hot hatch as the First Edition version of the car sells out completely after a couple of days of taking orders. Mind you, they are only making a 100 Hyundai i30 N First Edition and only in Germany, so…

So the achievement may not be all that impressive, but the car sure is. To be officially launched across Europe by the end of 2017, the Hyundai i30 N is the most sophisticated sporty model the Korean company has ever built and it has already made the big-time Euro boys sit up and take notice. The hot hatch comes with a 2.0-litre turbocharged engine delivering up to 275 PS and 353 Nm torque, and sports unique high-performance design elements on the exterior and interior. Depending on the driving mood, drivers can choose from five different modes to change the character of the car by adjusting the parameters of the engine, the dampers, Electronic Stability Control (ESC), Electronic Limited Slip Differential (E-LSD), engine sound, steering and Rev matching.

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“The high interest in the First Edition confirms our confidence in the i30 N. Our first high-performance model under the N line up has been developed from the ground up to deliver pure driving pleasure in an accessible high-performance package for the road and for the track. It enriches the Hyundai brand with emotional appeal. People will experience a contented grin when driving this performance car.” Albert Biermann, Executive Vice President Performance Development and High Performance Vehicle Division at Hyundai Motor Company

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