December 22, 2012

New Generation i30 shortlisted for Europe's premier award

The New Generation i30 has won a place on the shortlist for the 'Car of the Year 2013' award, becoming the first Hyundai model to make the final round of voting in Europe's premier award for new cars.

The 58 Car of the Year jury members, representing 22 European countries,
allocated points to their preferred models during the first round of voting, and the i30 was among the highest-scoring cars.

"The New Generation i30 was designed, developed and is made in Europe, for Europeans, so it's a great honour for such a respected group of experts to recognise its relevance to Europe by shortlisting it for Car of the Year 2013," said Allan Rushforth, Senior Vice-President and COO of Hyundai Motor Europe.

"Its dynamic design and great value package are changing the way European consumers think about Hyundai, being drawn to i30 on an emotional level. This is borne out not only by independent research but also by sustained sales success in the highly-competitive C-segment."


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