Like what??? Removing 2 safety features and one convenience is really 'great improvement'Some great updates and improvements that Hyundai has made with this new trim. The real issue with it though is availability and it doesn't look like that's going to change any time soon. Welcome to the forum and congrats on your GT!
I like all that, now how about some more power? >N Line improvements include:
- i30 N front spoiler
- Blacked out side mirrors
- N Line 18" wheels
- Michelin Pilot Sport 4 summer tires
- i30 N rear bumper
- N steering wheel
- N sport seats
- N gearshift
- Stiffer engine & transmission mounts
- Stiffer springs
- Thicker rear stability bar
- Re-tuned shocks
- Re-tuned steering
I think the N Line looks more sport-focused than the GT Sport, and it backs it up with genuine mechanical improvements. I'm fine doing without blind-spot warning lights because I actually check my blind spots before changing lanes. The N Line is simply a sportier evolution of the GT Sport.
More power would be nice, but then it would also cost more. At least the US N Line has decent power (compared to the European N Line). That said, I would love for the i30 N to be sold in the US.
Without enhancements to the engine as it is the same, suspension improvement, yes ok if it was headed to the track maybe....
the engine 1.6T is exactly the same, they could of least bumped it to 220HP and 205 torque. what they needed to do what bring the real 'N' to North America, sorry Hyundai you failed this one.