Articles about Hyundai N

Looks like Hyundai N has done it again
Welcome to the Hyundai N Division's latest...well, we don't want to preemptively say 'masterpiece,' but this indeed looks very much like one.So, the Elantra N. Angry-looking thing, isn't it? The carmaker says "over 40 N elements"
And we’re stoked
Stoked for the Elantra N? Here's a little something for you: Hyundai has just released the first official photos of its upcoming performance sedan without all the camo.There are only a couple of photos available, but they're enough to
Brazil-based artist Kleber Silva renders his vision of an N model pickup
Hyundai's new pickup has made waves around cyberspace since its unveiling. No surprise, really, because apart from the fact that the Santa Cruz is Hyundai's first-ever truck, this compact ute's styling can no doubt turn heads.But with
Think of it as an i30N on stilts
Did you know today-April 27-is Hyundai N Day? Comes around quicker every year. Hopefully, your tree is up and the carols are on.We'd forgive you if you forgot to send cards, though, because it's the first N
Here’s our first proper look at the N Division’s first performance SUV
We already know a fair bit about the Hyundai Kona N: same 276hp and front-wheel drive as the i30N hot hatch, and similarly mischievous behavior, too. We just haven't, until now, known what it looks like.Here's our first
Looks faster than standard, but doesn’t actually go faster...
Hyundai's N division is about to release its first SUV. And this...isn't it. Yup, while the little Kona has just been given the full N treatment (click on these blue words to read our review of a prototype), the
“It simply drives like an i30N with the seat ratcheted right up”
Good point, and I'm not sure it's camouflage when it's emblazoned with the company's logo, either. It's like army fatigues with the word 'soldier' repeated all over them. But I think the point is Hyundai wants you
The performance sedan has recently hit the streets, and we get a sneak peek
We recently got our first look at the upcoming Hyundai N models, including the Elantra N. If you, like us, got excited for Hyundai's new performance sedan, then get this: the camouflaged car just hit the streets, and the Korean carmaker
The Korean carmaker plans to launch four models under its N brand by 2022
To say Hyundai's N division has been on a roll this year is an understatement. It has unveiled several new models in 2020 alone, including the all-new Elantra N Line, the Sonata N Line, and the updated Veloster N.But
The punchy engine gets an eight-speed DCT gearbox to boot
If you've been waiting for the full reveal of the Sonata N Line, here it is. A couple of months after its initial preview, Hyundai has now officially unveiled the performance-oriented variant of this midsize sedan.Let's skip all
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
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