New Hyundai i30 review Few people buy a Hyundai because they desperately want one. Many consider the Korean brand a kind of ‘white goods’ manufacturer, producing well-rounded and capable cars that tend to be slightly lacking in the style stakes.
Bosses think that’s all set to change with the latest Hyundai i30, which launches here in the UK in March. We first drove the all-new hatchback last summer in the shape of a heavily-disguised prototype, and were impressed with its high-speed ride, taught handling and peppy new turbocharged engine. Now we’ve driven the car you’ll be able to buy from dealers in just a few weeks time.