Article By Rebecca Smith, Read Hyundai

As the 2016 Paris Motor Show opened its doors to the press today we take a look at the latest line - up of Hyundai to be revealed.

  • The New Generation i30 makes its public debut in Paris
  • Hyundai celebrates its passion for performance with the world premiere of the RN30 Concept, a born racing machine representing the N sub-brand.
  • The New i10 is making its public debut with more emotional appeal and new advanced active safety and connectivity features, presented alongside the IONIQ, the world’s first car with three electrified powertrains
  • Live on stage in Paris: a preview of the new 2017 Hyundai i20 WRC

The New Generation i30 is an efficient, dynamic ride with an appealing design. The 1.4 T-GDI petrol engine has 10% more direct steering and features Autonomous Emergency Breaking and the new driver attention alert system.

It offers standard connectivity features including Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, wireless charging and LIVE Services. The sculpted body creates a timeless appearance and features the cascading grille.

Hyundai has revealed its high - performance N concept. The motor sport - inspired RN30 based on the New Generation i30 was born as a racing machine featuring a 2.0 litre turbo engine with 380 PS and an all-wheel drive.

Developed in close collaboration with Hyundai Motorsport, Hyundai Motor Europe Technical Center and Hyundai Motor's Performance Development & High Performance Vehicle Division, the striking concept features an aerodynamic design and specialised high-performance technologies.

The New i10 has also had its debut at Paris Motor Show. With advanced active safety and connectivity features, the i10 also boasts modern design refinements including the new signature cascading front grille.

It features Apple Carplay, Android Auto and LIVE Services all integrated into the the new seven - inch touchscreen navigation system. Advanced safety features include a Front Collision Warning System and a Lane Departure Warning System.

Hyundai Motorsport previews 2017 WRC Challenger. Making its competitive debut at Monte - Carlo Rally in next seasons FIA World Rally Championship, the car, based on the three - door i20, has been developed to meet WRC's 2017 technical regulations and features greater aerodynamic freedom.

The prototype has been tested across numerous locations in Europe and in a variety of conditions since April 2016. The team aim to build on their successful 2016 campaign with the more powerful car.