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Discussion in 'Auto News' started by TorqueHappenS08, Dec 24, 2014.
Hyundai teases the N Concept RN30 before Paris auto show
Oh boy oh boy oh boy!
Wonder how many of these Hyundai plan on producing...
They are not playing.
Will it be Hyundai that finally brings us a sequel to the Clio V6? I can't say I saw that coming.
I've been reading conflicting reports on what that RM16 N is actually for. Some are suggesting that a production version is on the way whilst others say it's only a development mule for higher performance N parts.
Hopefully Hyundai will make it because they may have finally found a way to clean off "basic a to b transport" rep they have. Even though Renault did similar thing.
It seems too well refined to be a mule.
Don't know I this goes in the Grandeur, Genesis Coupe or this thread.
I30 N: 275hp, fwd, 6-spd manual(8-spd DCT offered later)
We were talking about the i30 N today in the Elantra Sport group and this image was posted which goes along with the article above.
P Pkg? Performance Package?
Hyundai N Coupe
Boy, they're taking their sweet, sweet time with the N division. I mean, how have they not released a car yet? It's getting a bit ridiculous.
i30 N is 2018 release, so I bet we'll see it soon. It's actively being tested at the Nurburgring as we speak.
I'm quite improved seed with Hyundai & Kia. They're bringing some fun and affordable cars to market that many manufacturers have lost sight of.
I didn't know in Europe, the Kia Picanto has a turbo option. It may make it to Australia. If the N division makes an i20 version, I could see me looking a either car.
I'm just sitting here waiting patiently for that Veloster N mid-engine thing to be announced.
I was about to mention that lol.
Personally, I don't care for super hatchbacks.
i30 N development has moved to the UK.
If it can work in the UK I'd argue it could work anywhere.
Some of our roads are so broken up exactly where you don't need them to be. I've found a few recently where the surface has been patched right on corner entry or in line with the apex. Just what you want in a light SWB car!
Seriously, I want them to do an i20.
That would make sense considering how the i20 chassis is used for rally cars.
Sad thing is, it's discontinued in Australia.
Tuneless like every other modern turbo 4.
Even if we are not getting a production version of the RM16 Concept, at least this prototype indicates an N variant of the next-gen Veloster is on the way.