Ready for comfortable efficiency.

The new i30 Hatchback is equipped with the latest smart tech, including highly efficient powertrains with 48-volt mild hybrid options, comprehensive safety and driver assistance features and cutting-edge connectivity.


Efficiency and progress: the powertrain lineup.

The i30 offers you a good range of powertrain options. The electrified 48-volt mild hybrid options reduce CO₂ emissions by enhancing fuel efficiency. The 6-speed manual transmission gives you a direct link to the car. If you prefer automatic, 48V mild hybrid options are available with a 7-speed dual clutch transmission.
  1. Graphic showing the performance of the 1.5 DPi petrol engine in the new Hyundai i30.
    Fuel consumption (combined test cycle) for the Hyundai i30 1.5 DPi in l/100 km: 6.8 - 6.0; CO₂ emissions (combined test cycle) in g/km: 153 - 137 (WLTP).
    All WLTP-Values here.

    1.5 DPi petrol engine.

    The new i30's 1.5-litre engine with Dual Port Injection (DPi)  comes with a 6-speed manual transmission. It delivers a maximum power of 96 PS and maximum torque of 139 Nm.
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  1. Graphic showing the performance of the 1.0 T-GDi petrol engine in the new Hyundai i30.
    Fuel consumption (combined test cycle) for the Hyundai i30 1.0 T-GDi in l/100 km: 6.4 - 5.4; CO₂ emissions (combined test cycle) in g/km: 144 - 123 (WLTP).
    Fuel consumption (combined test cycle) for the Hyundai i30 1.0 T-GDi 48V in l/100 km: 6.2 - 5.3; CO₂ emissions (combined test cycle) in g/km: 140 - 120 (WLTP). All WLTP-Values here.

    1.0 T-GDi petrol engine.

    The 1.0-litre T-GDi engine has an output of 100 PS and torque of 172 Nm with the 6-speed manual transmission, or 100 PS and 200 Nm with the optional 7-speed dual clutch transmission (DCT). A 48-volt mild hybrid version is also available for better fuel efficiency.
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  1. Graphic showing the performance of the 1.5 T-GDi 48V petrol engine in the new Hyundai i30.
    Fuel consumption (combined test cycle) for the Hyundai i30 1.5 T-GDi 48V in l/100 km: 6.5 - 5.5; CO₂ emissions (combined test cycle) in g/km: 148 - 126 (WLTP).
    All WLTP-Values here.

    1.5 T-GDi 48V petrol engine.

    At the top of the range is the 1.5-litre T-GDi engine with 140 PS, which comes standard with 48-volt mild hybrid technology. It is also available as a 6-speed manual transmission or a 7-speed dual clutch transmission (DCT). Maximum power: 140 PS, maximum torque: 253 Nm.
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Transmission options for your driving style.

The i30 Hatchback is available with a 6-speed manual or a 7-speed dual clutch transmission (7DCT).
The smooth-shifting 6-speed manual transmission of the Hyundai i30.

6-speed manual.

The smooth-shifting 6-speed manual transmission is designed for fast and precise gear changing.
Detailed image of a Hyundai dual clutch transmission.

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.


Clever helpers to make every drive a pleasure.

Going places can be easy and relaxing with the Hyundai i30's superior lineup of convenience features that keep your phone charged, make parking pleasurable and driving comfortable.
The touchscreen of the 10.25” digital supervision cluster displaying its many function icons.

10.25” digital cluster.

Essential driving information at a glance, right where you can see it best. Customisable, you can display your speed digitally or highlight active Smart Sense features.
4.2" LCD cluster displaying the car systems and driver information.

4.2” digital supervision cluster.

Sleek and futuristic, the brilliant fully-digital 4.2" LCD cluster gives you easy-to-read access to a wide range of car systems and driver information.
  1. Illustration of the Hyundai i30 reverse parking with highlighted sensors.

    Front and rear parking sensors.

    The standard front and rear parking sensors on the i30 detect pedestrians, cyclists, plus other vehicles and objects when you are reversing into or exiting from a parking space and alert you of their presence.  

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

    Electronic Parking Brake.

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

    The wireless charging tray in the centre console of the 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.
    Two USB Type-C ports below the central air vents for the back passengers in the i30.

    USB Type-C charging ports.

    There are three convenient USB Type-C ports for charging mobile devices in the i30: one at the front and two for the rear passengers. 

    Connected Car

    Connecting your phone, your car, and you.

    With loads of smart tech like the touchscreen and five years of complimentary Bluelink Connected Car Services, the 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.
    Hyundai Bluelink Connectivity

    Bluelink Connected Car Services.

    Bluelink delivers seamless connectivity and clever features to make your drive more convenient.
    1. The i30's 10.25” multimedia touchscreen showing a satellite map with a route marked in green.

      Connected Routing & Live Services.

      This powerful combination calculates your route from the cloud and adds live info on traffic, fuel prices, parking and much more.

    2. The i30's Wagon's 10.25” multimedia touchscreen showing a road map and weather information.

      Remote control.

      Use the Bluelink app to connect with your car: Plan routes, find and lock, check health and status, and even wind up or down all windows.

    3. The i30's 10.25” multimedia touchscreen showing an Over The Air (OTA) update in progress.

      Always up-to-date with OTA software update.

      Benefit from continuous infotainment and map updates and new features through Over The Air.


      More technology for even more safety.

      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. The Hyundai i20 shown from the side and rear.

        Rear Occupant Alert (ROA).

        Detects if a rear door was opened or shut before the car was started, then reminds the driver to check the seats upon exiting the vehicle.
      2. Illustration of the Hyundai i30 Intelligent Speed Limit Warning (ISLW).

        Navigation-based Smart Cruise Control-Curve (NSCC-C).

        Uses the navigation system to help you drive at a safe speed on the highway. You can set the speed to the current highway limits. The curve function predicts upcoming curves on the road and adjusts speed.
      3. Illustration of the Hyundai i30 high beam assist. 

        Multi-Collision Braking (MCB).

        MCB helps to prevent passengers from secondary collisions after an initial impact. It works by automatically applying the brakes after vehicle airbags are deployed.