Hyundai Motor has showcased
its high performance sub-brand N at the 2015 Frankfurt International Motor
Show. Hyundai ‘N’ ultimately aims to develop future performance-oriented
models. Albert Biermann, Head of Performance Development & High Performance
Vehicle Division said, “By revealing this exciting high performance sub-brand N
to our customers, we’re challenging expectations of the Hyundai Motor brand.
Drivers will soon experience the thrills and emotion of our proven motorsport
prowess for themselves. Our future model line-up will include
performance-oriented and race track-capable cars that will be full of energy.
These models are just the start of what we know will be a fast and exhilarating
journey for our brand.”
Hyundai ‘N’ cars will feature
new powertrains and lightweight materials derived from Hyundai Motor’s World
Rally Championship (WRC) participation, as well as performance-focused handling
and aerodynamics. By providing carefully balanced levels of power and agility,
Hyundai N cars will aim to achieve harmony in performance and deliver optimum
thrills to customers who appreciate a focused and truly engaging driving
In order to introduce Hyundai
N’s roots and vision, Hyundai Motor is showcasing its latest motorsport
challenger and two dynamic concepts during the motor show, the New Generation
i20 WRC, RM15 and the Hyundai N 2025 Vision Gran Turismo. The ‘Hyundai N 2025
Vision Gran Turismo’ concept, inspired by N, will be coming exclusively to
PlayStation’s Gran Turismo video game series.
The Hyundai N 2025 Vision Gran
Turismo powertrain is based on the world’s first mass-produced hydrogen fuel
cell system. The total system output is 650 kW (871 HP), with the dual fuel
cell stacks providing 500 kW (670 HP), and the super capacitor system
generating an additional 150 kW (201 HP) by using energy regeneration when
braking. This remarkable power is delivered through four high-powered
independent in-wheel motors, which provide uncompromised traction.
Based on the New Generation
i20, the i20 WRC Rally Car is the preview for the vehicle that will compete in
the 2016 FIA World Rally Championship. Featuring optimised weight distribution,
greater powertrain efficiency and enhanced aerodynamics, the car is already
undergoing a punishing testing, engineering and development regime in build up
to its final rally-specification ahead of its debut at Rally Monte Carlo in
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