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Hyundai I30 N Line Stickers by N Sport Ltd (Pair) - NSport Ltd Store
Hyundai I30 N Line Stickers by N Sport Ltd (Pair) - NSport Ltd Store
Hyundai I30 N Line Stickers by N Sport Ltd (Pair) - NSport Ltd Store
Hyundai I30 N Line Stickers by N Sport Ltd (Pair) - NSport Ltd Store
Hyundai I30 N Line Stickers by N Sport Ltd (Pair) - NSport Ltd Store

Hyundai I30 N Line Stickers by N Sport Ltd (Pair)

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NSport Ltd Store
Regular price
£6.99
Sale price
£6.99
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The Hyundai I30 N Line looks similar to its super hot hatch cousins the I30N and I30n Fastback.

Here at N Sport we often make our cars look a little different from standard cars.

In the case of the Hyundai I30 N Line we wanted to be subtle and noticed on the rear of the car it does not even say what it is.

So as an alternative to buying the factory badges for the side and sticking them on the rear we  have added our own kind of identification.

Subtle but to the point. 

Heart Beats Per Minute are important to Hyundai designers and to us all !

We have included a Heart Beat read out in the logo. 

When ordering this item you will be supplied with 2 decals per order which may allow you to be more adventurous than us and use elsewhere.

One thing to be aware of : These badges do no always lower lap times !!!! 

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Please note Black Hyundai Logos are not supplied in this order.

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Any questions just email us @ info@nsport.co.uk .

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