The tested model of Hyundai i30 hatch was introduced in Australia in April 2017 and New Zealand in July 2017. The ANCAP safety rating for the i30 hatch is based on crash tests of the Hyundai Elantra. ANCAP was provided with technical information which showed that the crash test results of the Elantra apply to the i30 hatch.
This ANCAP safety rating applies to all Australian and New Zealand i30 hatch variants except the i30N. Sedan variants of the i30, which launched in October 2020, are not covered by this rating and are currently unrated.
Dual frontal, side chest, side head-protecting airbags (curtains) and a driver knee airbag are standard. Autonomous emergency braking (AEB), lane support systems (LSS) and blind spot monitoring (BSM) are available on some variants and standard on models built from July 2020.
A full list of safety features and technologies can be viewed within the Technical Report (see download link).
NOTE: In June 2017, ANCAP conducted a frontal offset crash test of a Hyundai i30 for audit test purposes. The audit test score was 14.80 which meets the minimum 5 star eligibility criteria for this test.