From its 1.6-liter turbo engine
Welcome to one of 2020's easiest-to-understand new cars. This isn't a niche-busting crossover-urban-SUV hodgepodge with a hybrid propulsion system that even Tony Stark couldn't explain. Nope, this is old-school. The new Hyundai i20N
We now have our first look at the carmaker’s next performance sedan
When Hyundai unveiled the new Elantra N Line a while back, it confirmed that a Sonata N Line was also in the works. Well, guess what? The Korean carmaker has decided to give us a preview of the upcoming turbocharged Sonata, and
The subcompact SUV now looks more stylish than ever
If you've been keeping an eye out for the new Kona and Kona N Line that Hyundai teased last week, then you're in luck: The Korean carmaker has now fully unveiled its redesigned subcompact SUV along with the sporty variant.
Hyundai has just released teasers of its new SUVs
Hyundai has had its hands full as of late with the unveiling of the all-new Elantra and Elantra N Line. There's also the newly launched Ioniq sub-brand as well as the facelifted Santa Fe that's currently in the
And it’s as sporty as advertised
A month after giving us a sneak peek at the all-new Elantra N Line, Hyundai has officially launched the high-performance version of its next-generation sedan, and it's as sporty as advertised.Right off the bat, you'll see
Hyundai has released the newest renders of its upcoming performance car
The Elantra N Line is starting to take shape. Hyundai has just released new renders of the Elantra's performance version, and it looks even sportier than the first time we saw it.These new renders show that the car's front
A true Korean treasure
Hyundai was founded in 1947, two years after the liberation of South Korea. But Hyundai Motor Company didn't open its doors until 1967. Hyundai does so much more than cars, you see-it makes its own steel, builds ships, constructs roads...
We think its turbocharged engine and paddle shifters will be a lot of fun
It's clear that Hyundai's N division is already well past its April Fool's shenanigans and is now busy cooking up something big.Following the recent reveal of the updated Hyundai Veloster N, the Korean carmaker's performance brand has
The new gearbox optimizes performance and provides a 7% increase in torque
It seems the previous Veloster N wasn't quite enough for Hyundai anymore, as the Korean carmaker has just released a revamped model that promises even better performance than before-as if the old one lacked power, right?Anyway, Hyundai hasn't
“We might be spending too much time at home”
It looks like carmakers' social media departments are just as bored as we are as the world tries to wait out the COVID-19 virus. Hyundai's N division took to Instagram yesterday-April Fool's Day, in case you weren't
It’s all-new and not based on any existing Hyundai model
Hyundai's N brand has produced some pretty powerful cars since its inception in 2013-the i30 N, the Tucson N, and the Veloster N included. During the AutoMobility LA at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show this week, it revealed its
Check out that wild-looking wing
Hyundai is doing SEMA right. After showing us a teaser of what's basically a Veloster monster truck, it has revealed this Veloster N Performance, a quirky 3+1-door coupe thingy with a heap of seriously nerdy fast bits attached, turning
The Australians just made it possible
Vans aren't the type of vehicle you would normally associate with the art of drifting. To put it simply: They're just not built to do such a thing.Then again, ideas as absurd as a drifting van come to life
Not quite like its big brother the i30N
We like the Hyundai i30N very much. For its first attempt at a hot hatch, Hyundai's new performance division certainly got plenty of things right.Unfortunately, the new i10 has only been given the 'N Line' treatment. Think of it like
An electrified N car and a high-performance fuel-cell EV
Turns out everyone wants a piece of Rimac. Not least Hyundai and Kia, which have today announced they're investing a not-insignificant €80 million (around P4.7 billion) in the Croatian EV hypercar maker and supplier to the likes of Aston
Hyundai’s April Fool’s Day prank shows what a little N roadster might look like
Welcome to Hyundai's idea of an April Fool's Day prank-teasing us with a car we want very much, but no matter how often we ask, it simply will not build. Not cool, guys. Don't be joking about things
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