What can be a “charged” crossover Hyundai Venue N 2021?July 3, 2020
Motor1.com introduced a render on the high-performance crossover Hyundai Venue N Line. It is unlikely that such a model will ever appear.
Hyundai Venue is the smallest and most affordable crossover in the lineup of the South Korean brand. In fact, it is almost the smallest and cheapest Hyundai of all … perhaps, except for a small Accent.
Instead of waiting for Hyundai to create a hotter version of the Venue N, foreign artists took responsibility and created such a car themselves, of course, this is a render.
From a visual point of view, it would not take a long time to create such a model. The styling of this car itself is bold and even bold, which is a good basis for a model of the Hyundai N family. The front bumper got a neat spoiler, and got a square shape with rounded corners as part of the daytime running lights. The rear bumper is now located just below.
Of course, removing chrome elements and adding red accents always helps to emphasize the sporty character of the car. The car also received the proper shade of blue, which is typical for all Hyundai N models.
Most likely, under the hood of a real Venue N could be a 250-horsepower turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. This would be a good alternative to the 1.6-liter engine with 121 hp, which is installed in the regular version of the crossover. The transmission could be either a six-speed manual gearbox or a dual-clutch automatic transmission, which debuted on the Veloster N in April.
Will Hyundai unveil a “charged” Venue N? Earlier, representatives of the brand have already said that such a version of the machine will not be offered.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the Internet published pictures of new parts of the restyled Hyundai Elantra N-Line. Only recently, the press released a photo of the new Hyundai Elantra N, which showed a more hardcore appearance of the sedan compared to the usual version.
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