The N Line Premium sits at the top of the i30 range with its list price of $34,220. You may have heard of the hardcore i30N – this is the true king of the line-up and far more expensive, however, Hyundai treats it as a separate sportscar model.
The N Line Premium comes standard with a 10.25-inch media system with sat nav, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a seven-inch digital instrument cluster, leather upholstery, heated and ventilated front seats, rear view camera, leather steering wheel, Infinity stereo, power driver’s seat and digital radio, auto headlights, LED DRLs, 18-inch alloy wheels and directional rear air vents. There’s also LED headlights and taillights, wireless charging, proximity key and push-button start, dual-zone climate control, sun roof, tinted glass and rain sensing wipers. The N Line Premium has a tough-looking body kit, too.
The i30 was given the maximum five-star ANCAP rating when it was tested in 2017.
Explore the 2021 Hyundai i30 range
Standard on all grades is AEB with pedestrian and cyclist detection.
Lane keeping assistance is also standard across the i30 range and so is adaptive cruise control.