Going places with ease and comfort.

The new i30 Wagon is equipped with plenty of smart tech to support your active lifestyle: from efficient powertrains with a 48V mild hybrid option to clever convenience features that make driving even more enjoyable.


Venture out relaxed.

Who says that an active lifestyle can't be elegant and comfortable? With the new i30 Wagon's superior lineup of convenience features, it is also easy and relaxing.

  1. The 3-step controls of the heating and ventilation system of the new Hyundai i30 front seats.

    Heated and ventilated seats.

    The front seats are available with a 3-step ventilation and heating system for a comfortable drive in every kind of weather.

  2. The air-condition controls in the new Hyundai i30 for a comfortable ride.

    Automatic air conditioning.

    Both driver and front passenger can set their preferred temperatures individually. Just select the desired temperature and the system does the rest.

  3. The wireless charging tray in the middle console of the new Hyundai i30.

    Wireless charging.

    The wireless charging tray conveniently located in the centre console lets you easily charge a compatible Qi-enabled smartphone without the use of cables.

  4. Control element of the Electronic Parking Brake (EPB).

    Electronic Parking Brake (EPB).

    An easy-to-use button activates or deactivates the optional Electronic Parking Brake.

    1. Illustration of the Hyundai i30 parking assistant.

      Parking assist.

      Ultrasonic sensors on the front and rear bumpers give audible and visual warnings when obstacles are detected.

    2. The rear view camera of the new Hyundai i30.

      Rear-view camera.

      The rear-view camera activates when reverse is selected, so you can see where you’re going on the screen.

    3. Showing the dashboard in the new Hyundai i30 with its navigation system.

      Navigation system.

      The navigation system’s free LIVE Services subscription provides live traffic information, speed camera alerts*, weather and point of interest data.


      Cutting-edge safety technology.

      The enhanced Hyundai SmartSense package – our cutting-edge Advanced Driver Assistance Systems – is now fully integrated into the new i30, providing safety for you and peace of mind for those you love.

      1. illustration, depicting the Hyundai SmartSense Leading vehicle departure alert feature

        Leading vehicle departure alert (LVDA).

        This clever feature for city driving alerts the driver when the vehicle in front departs from an idle state, like at a stoplight or in a traffic jam.

      2. Illustration of the Hyundai i30 high beam assist.

        High Beam Assist (HBA).

        Less stress, maximum visibility. HBA not only detects oncoming vehicles but also vehicles in the same lane ahead and switches to low-beam as appropriate.

      3. Illustration of the Hyundai i30 Lane Keeping Assist (LKA). 

        Lane Keeping Assist (LKA).

        In case of an unintended lane departure, LKA warns the driver and can apply counter steering torque to guide the car back to the lane.

      4. Illustration of the Hyundai i30 Intelligent Speed Limit Warning (ISLW).

        Intelligent Speed Limit Warning (ISLW).

        Recognizes road speed signs and displays the speed limit and no-passing signs in real-time in both the navigation system display and instrument cluster.

      5. Illustration of the Hyundai i30 Driver Attention Warning (DAW).

        Driver Attention Warning (DAW).

        When a pattern of fatigue or distraction is identified, the system gets your attention with an alert and pop-up message suggesting a break.


        Connecting your phone, your car, and you.

        With loads of smart tech like a new touchscreen and five years of complimentary Bluelink® Connected Car Services, the new i30 keeps you easily connected on every journey. Bluelink delivers seamless interaction with online voice recognition and a smartphone app to control your car. Hyundai’s LIVE Services give you access to real-time traffic, parking, weather and POI information.

        A Hyundai driver in a new i30 holding an iPhone with the Apple CarPlay logo in the phone display.

        Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™.

        The new i30 is compatible with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™. To make connectivity even easier, wireless phone mirroring will be available in summer 2020.

        Bluelink® Connected Car Services.

        Bluelink, Hyundai’s Connected Car System, uses embedded telematics to offer state-of-the-art Hyundai Live Services, such as Live Traffic or On/Off Street Parking.

        The 10.25-inch touchscreen inside the new Hyundai i30 Wagon, displaying the navigation map

        Connected Routing.

        Connected routing means that the route is not calculated by the processor inside the navigation device, but by a powerful server inside the Hyundai cloud. Why is that better? Because it allows for more accurate traffic forecasting, more precise times of arrival, and more reliable route recalculations.

        Man with smartphone crossing the street: Hyundai Last Mile Guidance.

        Last Mile Navigation.

        You might have to park your i30 somewhere before you reach your actual end destination. If you are within 200 m - 2 km, you can hand Hand over navigation from the car to the Bluelink app . With augmented reality, your phone will then guide you exactly where you want to go and get there with the help of augmented reality.

        The Bluelink® Smartphone App

        With the Bluelink app, you can lock and unlock your i30 Wagon remotely, or find your car when you don’t remember where exactly it’s parked. The app will also send you an alarm if someone should try to break in. And if you want to know if the tyre pressure is okay, it will tell you that, too.

        1. Screenshot of the Hyundai Bluelink iPhone app: unlocking the car

          Remote door lock & unlock.

          Forget to lock your car? Don’t worry, the i30 will let you know by sending a push notification to your phone. Then, using your PIN, you can lock or unlock your i30 using a button in the Bluelink app.

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        1. Screenshot of the Hyundai Bluelink iPhone app: send destination to car

          Destination send to car.

          If your i30 is equipped with navigation, you can use the Bluelink app to search for destinations while outside of your car. Bluelink then syncs the route into your navigation system. Just get in and press go.

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        1. Screenshot of the Hyundai Bluelink iPhone app: find parked car

          Find my car.

          Forgot where you parked? Just open the Bluelink app to see the current location of your car – anywhere in the world.

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        1. Screenshot of a Hyundai Bluelink notification on the iPhone: theft detection alert

          Alarm notification.

          Bluelink always keeps an eye on your car. If someone tries to break into your i30 – the door lock is compromised and the door is opened – the Bluelink app will send you a notification on your smartphone.

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        1. Screenshot of the Hyundai Bluelink iPhone app: vehicle report

          Car health information.

          For more peace of mind, you can run a remote diagnostic check from the Bluelink app. The vehicle report shows information like: tyre pressure, malfunction indicator, airbag, brake system and more.

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        1. Screenshot of the Hyundai Bluelink iPhone app: vehicle status

          Vehicle Status.

          Need petrol? Just check the app. Enjoy remote access to the status of your car at any given moment, like distance to empty, doors open/closed or locked/unlocked and windows or trunk open/closed.

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        Built to move you with pleasure and power.

        The new i30 Wagon offers variety when it comes to your powertrain options. The electrified 48V mild hybrid options reduce CO2 emissions by enhancing fuel efficiency. The intelligent Manual Transmission further reduces fuel consumption. If you prefer automatic, 48V mild hybrid options are available with a 7-speed dual clutch transmission.

        1. Performance chart of the Hyundai 1.5 DPi Petrol Engine. Max power: 110 PS. Max. Torque: 353 Nm

          1.5 DPi petrol engine.

          The new i30 introduces a newly-developed 1.5-litre engine with Dual Port Injection (DPi) and 110 PS, which comes with a 6-speed manual transmission. Max Power: 110 PS, Max. Torque: 144.2 Nm

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        1. Performance chart of the Hyundai 1.0 T-GDi Petrol Engine. Max power: 120 PS. Max. Torque: 127 Nm

          1.0 T-GDi petrol engine.

          The 1.0-litre T-GDi engine comes with 120 PS and a 6-speed manual or an optional 7-speed dual clutch transmission (DCT). A 48V mild hybrid version is also available for better fuel efficiency. For the first time, a 6-speed Intelligent Manual Transmission (iMT) has become an option. Max Power: 120 PS, Max. Torque: 172 Nm

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        1. Performance chart of the Hyundai 1.5 T-GDi 48V Petrol Engine. Max power: 160 PS. Max. Torque: 253 Nm

          1.5 T-GDi 48V petrol engine.

          At the top of the range is the new 1.5-litre T-GDi engine with 159 PS, which comes standard with 48V mild hybrid technology. It is also available as a 6-speed Intelligent Manual Transmission (iMT) or a 7-speed dual clutch transmission (DCT). Max Power: 159 PS, Max. Torque: 253 Nm

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        1. Performance chart of the Hyundai 1.6 CRDi Diesel Engine. Max power: 136 PS. Max. Torque: 320 Nm

          1.6 CRDi diesel engine

          Diesel choices are a 1.6-litre CRDi engine with 115 or 136 PS. The 115 PS engine comes with a 6-speed manual or 7-speed dual clutch transmission (DCT). The 136 PS engine now comes with a 48V mild hybrid system. It is available with a 6-speed Intelligent Manual Transmission (iMT) or the 7-speed (DCT). Max. Power: 136 PS, Max. Torque: 320 Nm (with DCT)

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        New transmission options for your driving style.

        The new i30 Wagon is available with a six-speed manual, a seven-speed dual clutch transmission (7DCT) or the newly developed six-speed Intelligent Manual Transmission (iMT). The iMT supports the reduction of fuel consumption in a 48V mild hybrid car.

        Close-up of the gearshift in the new Hyundai i30 Wagon.

        Intelligent Manual Transmission (iMT).

        For increased fuel efficiency, the iMT decouples the engine from the transmission after the accelerator is released. The vehicle goes into coasting mode.**

        Detail image of a Hyundai Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT)

        7-speed Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT).

        The 7-speed dual clutch transmission combines the fuel efficiency and driving fun of a manual transmission with the convenience of an automatic.

        The 48V mild hybrid system.

        The 48V mild hybrid system supports the combustion engine, adding electric power during the different stages of driving. Find out more about this innovative fuel-saving system.

        1. Illustration of the new Hyundai i30 showing the start of 48V mild hybrid system.

          Comfort Start.

          The mild hybrid system is particularly useful in city traffic, with the Mild Hybrid Starter Generator (MHSG) supporting the combustion engine when re-starting after traffic stops. It supports a faster and smoother engine start with supplemental torque, drawing on energy from the 48V battery.

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        1. Illustration of the new Hyundai i30 showing the acceleration of the 48V mild hybrid system.


          Under acceleration, the starter generator supports the engine with 4 to 10 kW of power, depending on the battery system’s charge and the driver's accelerator input. Once the required speed is reached, the system shifts to neutral mode, delivering no power. As a result, CO2 emissions and fuel consumption can be reduced.

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        1. Illustration of the new Hyundai i30 showing how the 48V mild hybrid system is charging while driving.

          Charging while driving.

          At a constant speed, the system either is at idle or acts as a generator charging the 48V battery, depending on the battery state of charge.

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        1. Illustration of the new Hyundai i30 showing the recuperation of the 48V mild hybrid system.


          In active braking or overrun phases, the rotating crankshaft powers the starter generator, which then recuperates a maximum output of 10 to 12 kW. The generator converts the kinetic braking energy into electricity and feeds it back into the 48V battery.

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        1. Illustration of the new Hyundai i30 showing the extended start-stop functionality of the 48V mild hybrid system.

          Extended start-stop.

          When coasting at low speeds, the start-stop function activates at 30 km/h. Under deceleration between 30 and 0 km/h, and with the clutch disengaged, the engine is switched off completely.

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