Hyundai Elantra N Rendering

by Mar 18, 2020All News, Hyundai, N-Performance, Spy Shots1 comment

hyundai elantra n
hyundai elantra n

After Hyundai released yesterday the 7th generation Elantra & Elantra Hybrid (known as Avante in South Korea) now it’s time to see how the confirmed Hyundai N-performance brand Elantra could look thanks to this rendering images.

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What we know so far?

After a year of hiatus, Hyundai N-performance brand is back and despite what they initially said and what they did with the Sonata (making N-line instead of N) we have discovered that Hyundai is already working on high-performance variant of its new mid-size sedan.

The 7th generation Avante CN7 (domestic name of Elantra in South Korea) will finally have both, N-Line and N variants. While we thought we only will see a N-line variant, like what happened with the Sonata DN8, a new report says N-line will replace former Avante Sport.

The new N-Line model will have the sporty exterior design but not the driving performance of the N model and the upcoming Avante N will be a real N with a 2.0-liter gasoline turbo engine, instead of a 1.6 Turbo and not just a N in shape.

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Will be equipped with a 2.0-liter gasoline turbo engine that delivers a maximum output of 275 horsepower and a maximum torque of 36 kg.m, the same as Veloster N or i30 N, and is expected to be combined with a 6-speed manual transmission and a 8-speed DCT.

The Avante N is a full-fledged four-door sedan and is expected to be a versatile, high-performance model that can be used as a daily car for everyday use and fun driving on the circuit on weekends, according to Albert Biermann, Hyundai Motor Group Head of R&D.

Written by Jose Antonio López

Passionated about Korean cars from Hyundai, Kia & Genesis. Photographer. I love being in nature, hiking. Tech lover.

1 Comment

  1. vbondjr1

    Well, it’s enough to pique my interest in the Hyundai N-performance brand but still not enough to make me want to completely stick with the Korean car manufacturer. With Acura about to release a potential 450hp TLX Type S sedan, VW new 400hp Arteon R, a possible 400hp STI, the new Supra, the Infiniti Red-Sport cars, the Civic Type R, and other things, If Korea is going to do something, they need to do it a little hotter than what they are doing now. Hyundai (not genesis) needs a RWD based AWD coupe and sedan combo with a 430hp 3.5L Hybrid Twin Turbo V6 setup with a longitudinal based engine layout and name the TIburon and Azera. The Tiburon should return larger than what is was before based on the same chassis as the Kia Stinger/G70/G80 with the N-Performance version featuring the 430hp 3.5L Hybrid Twin Turbo V6 with the Hybrid part coming from the new Getrag Dual Clutch Electric Hybrid Transmission, an E-LSD, a high performance AWD system, Brembo brakes, N-performance aerodynamic upgrades such as under body air panels and diffusers, specific N-performance wheels, larger rear duckbill spoiler with gurney flap, vortex generators, front lip spoiler, performance oriented interior with comfortable Recaro seating, alcantara steering wheel, comfortable 2+2 seating, etc. The car should be around the size of a sonata but with two doors instead of four. The Azera N should feature all of this same equipment but be slightly larger than the Sonata with seating for five



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