- Hyundai has announced the start of production for the new i30 at Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Czech (HMMC)
- The new i30 features an updated design, new technology, and new powertrains, including a new 48-volt mild hybrid option
- The popular C-segment car has seen more than one million units sold since its launch in 2007
The new i30 is the latest evolution of Hyundai’s C-segment car, and is uniquely available as Hatchback, Fastback and Wagon. Since its launch in 2007, Hyundai has sold more than one million units of the i30 in Europe. The i30 was the first Hyundai car to carry the “i" prefix, and it was HMMC's first model to be produced when the factory ramped up to mass production in November 2008.
The i30 has consistently been one of our most popular cars in Europe. It is truly made for Europe in Europe, starting from the design and development to the final assembly. The latest model adopts a range of enhancements to make it even more attractive to our customers who are looking for a stylish, safe, reliable car in the C-segment.
About the new i30
The new i30 features an updated design, new connectivity features and, for the first time, a 48-volt mild hybrid option. In addition, the sporty-looking N Line trim will be available for the first time on the new i30 Wagon. More information about the new i30 can be found in the model’s press kit.
About Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Czech (HMMC)
The high-capacity, high tech factory of HMMC started production in November 2008. HMMCemploys 3,300 people and has a capacity for up to 1,500 cars per day or more than 300,000 per year. Last year, the plant celebrated the production of its three millionth car – a Hyundai i30 N. It also recently celebrated the completion of its one millionth Tucson. Cars from HMMC are distributed to more than 70 countries on five continents.
In addition to the new i30 hatchback, fastback and wagon, HMMC also produces the Kona Electric, the i30 N, and Tucson. The full lineup is less than two years old.