Hyundai has been spied testing its i30 Fastback ahead of its launch in 2018. Currently in development, the new model will join the existing Hatchback and Tourer to complete the i30 line-up.
There is likely to be a choice of turbo charged engines, the entry-level will probably have a 1.0 - litre T-GDi four-cylinder along side a 1.4-litre four-cylinder option.
As standard, the new i30 will feature adaptive cruise control, that brakes or accelerates at speeds up to 112mph, Autonomous Emergency Braking , and Lane Keep Assist.
As well as the standard features, it will also boast blind spot detection, and Hyundai's first Driver Attention Monitoring System which alerts drivers to take a break.