Just two weeks before its world debut at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, Hyundai is shedding some light on its New Generation i30 wagon.
The i30 wagon was developed alongside the i30 hatchback from the earliest stages to ensure a coherent design. It will also share the same drivetrain as its five-door hatch sibling, but will sport a longer body to increase and create best-in-class cargo room of 528 litres. Even though it’s bigger, Hyundai has not compromised the wagon’s dynamic styling as is evident in its hexagon-shaped grille, jewel-like headlamps and fluidic sculpture design language.
According to Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Hyundai Motor Europe, Allan Rushforth, “The New Generation i30 has been widely praised for its style, quality, and value. Our new wagon offers all of those attributes plus even greater load-carrying capacity. We expect it to appeal strongly to those looking for stylish and flexible practicality, especially active families.”
Hyundai’s New Generation i30 wagon is set to be unveiled during the company’s press conference at the Geneva Motor Show on the 6th of March.