Articles about Hyundai N

It’s all-new and not based on any existing Hyundai model
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
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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