Updated Hyundai Elantra N entered the NurburgringOctober 23, 2020
It looks quick and collected like a true sports sedan.
The 2021 Hyundai Elantra showed its bold and bold design back in March, and then the Korean automaker tweaked the sporty appearance of the Elantra N Line in August. Along the way, Hyundai has promised a full-fledged version of the N with more performance, and now on the famous track, the Mecca of performance testing known as the Nurburgring, the charged car is spotted passing the tests.
As the Hyundai Elantra N passes close to the spy video camera, a very “stormy and evil” soundtrack is revealed emanating from the sports sedan’s twin exhaust vents. This is almost certainly a side effect of the 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder making somewhere around 275 horsepower and a retuned exhaust system.
This prototype can also shift gears using an automatic dual-clutch transmission. Hyundai is rumored to offer the Elantra N an 8-speed drivetrain that recently appeared on the Veloster N, as well as a 6-speed manual transmission option that sends power to the front wheels. It’s unclear exactly what Hyundai has in store for the chassis, but spy video shows the sedan looking both planted and agile, with hints of “a little oversteer in some transitions.”
We currently have no pricing information, but with Hyundai recently announced a starting price of below $ 20,000 for the new Elantra and an impressive list of standard equipment, we are optimistic about the value for money. Elantra N. Taking into account the fact that Hyundai released an official teaser for the Elantra N at the end of September, the car should debut late this – early next year.
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