Hyundai N Racing Midship Rendering

by Jul 4, 2020All News, Hyundai, N-Performance, Renders0 comments

Hyundai RM
Hyundai RM

We‘ve been working on this render that could represent Hyundai N Racing Midship rear mid engine model, lets take a look. We expect your thoughts on this Hyundai N Racing Midship rendering.

For the past weeks our designer Phoenix Grafx has been trying to imagine what could design for its next big sport car Hyundai RM N and even though there is no sign of what this could look like besides the MR23T we saw months ago. In addition, we were told the Veloster chassis used on the MR23T was only borrowed for their internal test so anything is possible as far design.

The based model of our render we choose was the sleek Le Fil Rouge concept originally unveiled at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. After that, we know the Le Fil Rouge Concept has its engine on the front so we reduce the front and enlarged the rear. Therefore, accommodate the combination of gas engine on the back and electric engine on the front as seen on the Acura NSX.

Keeping that on mind, we decided to take a different approach on this front design.

We really like the front end of the new Santa Fe, we feel those unique headlights with the updated Daytime running light design originally coming from the Palisade has an aggressive design this concept could benefit from. Similarly, we added some gold wheels to spice up the overall design of this render.

Recently we been getting more N Performance models on Hyundai’s line up and we feel its only matter of time we get to see this beast Hyundai is been working for quite some time.

We are looking forward to that day, in the mid time which Hyundai design cues you would love see on this Hyundai N RM?

Written by Erick Uceda

Blogger, Photographer, Car Enthusiast, HanFest - KDM Car Show, Streetkiaz Texas Chapter Leader, Husband and Father. Some of the activities I enjoy doing everyday.

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