No such thing unfortunately mate, you just need to paint or wrap them yourself. Paint code is NNR (Passion Red).Hey guys, I'm actually looking for i30N bumper red strips for front and rear.. could you guys point where I can get it in Australia?
Ps: Owns a i30nline premium 2020
That's 206kw and 392nm (rounding up).the 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine has been boosted from 271bhp to a Focus ST-matched 276bhp, with torque also up from 260lb ft to 289lbft.
You see I really quite like the new rear end. It's a mix of fastback and veloster N which I really loveLike the new tailpipes, Forged wheels are good (but not that attractive imho). Tyres are now Michelins!!!
Not loving all the black plastic around the rear number plate at all, why couldn't they body colour that!
Actually, the more I look at the rear bumper, the more fugly it looks.
I would definitely hang on to them longer than I hang onto my current OEM wheels, I quite like them!So a 5bhp power bump will be coming, and a little less weight (14 kg on the wheels, 1,1kg on each front seat) so the car will, all in all, feel nippier.
Not too much love for the new wheels but the front does look smarter and they finally let go of the old tailpipes and gave it what we wanted!
I'm not a HUGE fan of our oem 19"s, infact, I don't think I'm a huge fan of any modern wheelsI would definitely hang on to them longer than I hang onto my current OEM wheels, I quite like them!
Yeah I agree with you, I watched a video on the new Audi S3 yesterday and the wheels Audi have gone for on them are truly atrocious. To many Manufacturers going for this futuristic diamond cut look, and it sucks!I'm not a HUGE fan of our oem 19"s, infact, I don't think I'm a huge fan of any modern wheels
But yeah, at least from the render they seem to me a little too thin