Hyundai’s first electric race car will participate in the inaugural ETCR racing series next year.
The Hyundai Veloster N ETCR will compete in the ETCR series for electric vehicles from 2020.
Hyundai’s compact coupe is available in three trim levels, with the base one getting a 147 HP 2.0-liter four and the other two a turbocharged, 201 HP 1.6.
The RM19 previews Hyundai N’s performance halo car that will feature a mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout.
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Apart from some trim changes and the deletion of the manual ‘box on the Turbo Ultimate, the Veloster is pretty much unchanged .
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The dual-clutch gearbox should make the Veloster N a few tenths of a second quicker to 62 mph.
Like the manual gearbox-equipped Veloster N, the DCT will be powered by a 2.0-liter turbo four with up to 275 HP.
The Veloster N show car previews the N Performance parts and accessories lineup for Hyundai N and regular models.
Hyundai will also preview its ‘N Performance’ customization options at the event.
Consumer Reports reviewed the new-gen Veloster R-Spec and came away impressed by it.