Articles about Hyundai N

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
It'll be street-ready next year
If there was any doubt about how seriously Hyundai is taking its new 'N' performance sub-brand, there isn't now. This is the utterly mad RN30 concept, a steroidal preview of an i30N production car already confirmed for next year. Judging
At Hyundai's R&D center in Germany
Imagine you're vice president of engineering at BMW's M Division. Well done! One day, Hyundai comes calling and offers you a job that creates a new line of hot hatches. You'd have to be fairly confident you'd get
What you can expect in the near future
Hyundai isn't exactly top-of-mind when it comes to high-performance motoring. It has the Veloster and the Genesis Coupe, but these are more funky than sporty in their demeanor. All this is set to change, however, with the arrival
A high-performance division
Branding is everything. In order to catch a buyer's attention, businesses need to have an edge over the next guy. And this seems to be the thinking behind a new sub-brand that Hyundai Motor Company is set to unveil soon.
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