16 June 2016
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We get an inside scoop on the development of one of this year’s most hotly anticipated new performance cars, the Hyundai i30N.

Autocar staffer Doug Revolta speaks exclusively to Hyundai’s executive vice president Albert Biermann about what we can expect from the turbocharged 2.0-litre hatch.

Do you think the i30N has what it takes to lead Hyundai’s charge into the world of performance vehicles? 

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16 June 2016
Why not spend the budget updating their petrol engines which are 2 generations behind?

17 June 2016
According to me, the Nûrburgring can't reproduce the bad conditions of normal roads : speed reducers, bad bitumen, holes, etc.

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