Hyundai has officially announced the powerful Elantra N sedan

Hyundai has officially announced the powerful Elantra N sedan

September 29, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The press service of the South Korean brand has released a video showing the Hyundai Elantra sedan in the N TCR racing performance. At the end of the video, we are briefly shown a less powerful version of the Hyundai Elantra N, which is allowed to travel on public roads.

It’s been just over 12 hours since Hyundai unveiled its latest Elantra N TCR racing car. We know that a less powerful version of it is in development, which is allowed to travel on public roads. We’ve seen spy shots of the Elantra with large twin tailpipes and a generous spoiler. However, it is the Elantra N. that is shown for the first time in the video published by the press service of the automaker.

As is often the case with teasers, we are only given a brief overview of the novelty. The car is shown at the end of the above video showcasing the new TCR race car. The garage door closes behind the racing TCR. But then, the door opens again, and behind it is not a racing version of the model, but a camouflaged Elantra N prototype, which then drives off.

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Previously published spy photos give us a clearer picture of the sports sedan.

We do not expect the car to be significantly different from the Elantra N Line, although the Elantra TCR false grille is not as wide and “toothy” as the production car. We see that the production car at least has a “toothy face”. At the very least, we think the corner air intakes at the bottom will be different from those present in the N Line version.

The spy photos show large double exhaust vents at each corner of the rear bumper, as well as a prominent fixed spoiler lip on the trunk lid. Under the hood will be a 275-horsepower engine. Power is expected to be sent to the front wheels via either a six-speed manual transmission or an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

We can see the high-performance Elantra N debut before the end of the year.

Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that images of Hyundai Tucson N appeared on the Internet. Renderings of Hyundai Tucson N appeared on the Internet. These images were developed by an independent designer under the nickname KDesign AG.