Hyundai Hotel? i30 Elantra GT Ready for Guests

By Matthew Askari | October 25, 2012
In Europe it's called the i30, and here in America it goes by the Hyundai Elantra GT, not to be confused with the Hyundai Elantra, four-door sedan. Whatever you call it, Hyundai wants you to know its Euro-inspired five-door hatchback is pretty roomy. So much so, that they've modified one and converted it in to a five star hotel, on four wheels.
Located in the Netherlands, the "hotel room" is replete with unique amenities, including gearbox-inspired designs on everything from the pillow and cushy slippers (don't expect to really walk around), to the robe, eye-mask, and "room" service menus. A multimedia system will entertain you, there are reading lamps, and perhaps best of all, the room comes with 24-hour car-service. And while it looks like those front seats are squashed up about as far as they can go—and we don't know if this Hyundai Elantra GT can actually be a comfy driver with that bed-frame in back—can you imagine doing the European music festival circuit in this?