Hyundai's first N car has arrived in SA, with one hefty price tag. We had a lot of time to get to know the new hot hatch during the lockdown. Here's what we think of it.
With 202 kW and 353 Nm of torque, the Hyundai I30 N is one powerful hot hatch. All that power is sent to the front wheels, in the traditional hot hatch formula. How does the newcomer cope against rivals like the Volkswagen Golf GTI, Renault Megane RS and even the mighty Honda Civic Type R? Our in house race driver Ashley Oldfield put it through the wringer at the end of lockdown to bring you this video.