Hyundai has bigger plan setup for its performance division, which is only labelled “N.” This year, they showed an impressive idea vehicle labelled Hyundai RM16 N, which were to be a souped-up Veloster, but was a mid-engined hatchback.
The idea vehicle was possessed with a 2.0-liter turbocharged motor that created 300 HP and 383 Nm (283 lb-ft) of torque. At the moment of presentation, the company spokesperson informed that the vehicle is a rear-wheel-drive model. Hyundai has already started try-out the RM 16 N at the Nurburgring, which is the world’s most testing track. The South Korean brand is so serious about its goals that it has opened an improvement area at the well-kown race line, which complements its existing division based in Russelsheim, Germany.
While a mid-engined design might seem unconventional for a Hyundai, which it is, the South Korean company is going through an offending that means diversifying its case to all feasible locations, including sports automobiles. The production model of the Hyundai RM16 N, which does not have a commercialized name yet, is evaluated to be showed in early 2019. While there is a tiny expectation that Hyundai will not approve the production model of this vehicle, everyone is wishing that the leaders of the company will decide to spend in this enthusiast-oriented model.
Different to the idea vehicle, which featured rear-wheel-drive, Hyundai’s production RN16 N might come with all-wheel-drive. While not as drift-happy as a rear-wheel-drive mixture, the company might go for this option to support supervise the stage of energy that is evaluated to come from a sports vehicle like this model.