Two teaser pictures were released 2022 Elantra N said that Hyundai Motor plans to launch this sports sedan soon—definitely before the end of this year. However, as early as November, we learned some key details about Elantra N, such as how much power its engine will output, and other items related to vehicle dynamics, such as the fact that it uses a multi-link rear suspension setting.
The power of the masses
The 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine will be installed under the hood of the Elantra N. The small four-cylinder will produce 276 horsepower and 289 pound-feet of torque. A six-speed manual transmission and an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission will be provided.In other words, the Elantra N will be more Volkswagen Golf GTI, But less than Honda Civic Type R.
During our use of Elantra N, we were impressed by its agile handling and powerful power system. The suspension not only provides a stable ride experience, but also feels that its capabilities and connectivity are appropriate.
Hyundai plans to supplement the extra grunt of the Elantra N with a set of upgraded brakes and added aerodynamic components. This includes functional vents and a fairly large rear wing.Other Elantra N special drills include special 19-inch wheels, badges and front and rear trim panels with more racing style
The black trailer released this week did not reveal much new information because we saw the wheels and wings of the car we drove in November. Nevertheless, we are very happy to have another Hyundai car with the N logo in the United States.