Hyundai’s “hot sedan” is equipped with a 2.0L turbo-4 that makes 276 hp and 289 lb-ft. of torque. Combined with an 8-speed wet-clutch DCT, it zooms from 0-to-62 in 5.3 sec, with a 155 mph top speed. It has an electronic limited-slip diff, adaptive suspension, variable exhaust, performance brakes and tires, and chassis bracing.
To celebrate its acquisition by Hyundai, Boston Dynamics shows off its Spot robots once again. Enjoy this precision choreographed dance routine featuring a pack of the robo-dogs dancing to the Korean automaker and BTS collab IONIQ: I’m On It. This time it’s about their arms as much as it is about their legs.
Hyundai finally makes good on its promised compact pickup truck. The 2022 Santa Cruz is based on the Tucson, but has a 4-foot bed with underbed storage. The mini truck will come with a standard 190hp 2.5L engine, with an optional 275hp turbocharged version with a dual-clutch transmission. AWD is available on all trims.
Universal Everything teamed with Hyundai to celebrate the brand’s commitment to sustainable design and green energy. The animated clip features a runner that represents water, hydrogen, and oxygen as it transforms through various states and returns to nature. The large-scale visual is on display at Hyundai Motorstudio Busan.
Based on the 2022 Hyundai Kona compact crossover, the Kona N drops the hammer on performance, adding aggressive new styling, aero and airflow upgrades, performance dual exhaust, and a rumored 2.0-liter turbocharged engine that makes 275 hp. Catch a glimpse of the Kona N in action on Hyundai’s Twitter feed.
Hyundai’s very nice Sonata sedan gets a big performance boost. The N Line packs a 2.5-liter turbo-4 that makes 290 hp and 311 lb-ft. of torque, an 8-speed “wet” DCT, a sport-tuned suspension, and performance brakes. It also has stiffer engine and transmission mounts, and “N” sport seats with Nappa leather and suede inserts.
Developed by the Hyundai N performance division, this pure-electric, rear-wheel drive sports car kicks out an insane 810 horsepower and 708 lb-ft. of torque, and can zoom from 0 to 124 mph in just 9.88 seconds. The motorsport-inspired Veloster N on steroids was designed as a testbed for N’s future vehicle technology.
Featuring the same twin-turbo engine as the first Veloster N, there’s now an optional 8-speed wet dual-clutch transmission in addition to the 6-speed manual. Hyundai’s hot hatch now includes as standard the 275hp Performance Package, lightweight sport seats, and a bunch of new safety and driver assistance tech.
When it comes to sports cars, MORE is always a possibility, so Hyundai’s N performance division took their awesome little hot hatch known as the Veloster N and moved the engine and drivetrain behind the seats, and gave it 390hp, and tricked it out for the track. Can you imagine if they decided to produce this thing?
We’ve always loved the sporty and playful looks of the Hyundai Veloster. Now its performance lives up to its looks thanks to a powerful 250 or 275hp twin-turbo engine, track-tuned suspension, a limited-slip diff, and more. After a week with this bad boy, we’re convinced it’s the most fun you can have with a new car for under $30K.
The idea of a car that can walk might seem ludicrous at first, but Hyundai’s unique concept shows how its omnidirectional wheeled legs could be used to help it maneuver in extreme terrain, such as rubble and rocks, potentially improving rescue efforts in a disaster.
We recently spent a week living with the all new 2019 Veloster Turbo. The playful 3-door hatch is better than ever, with refined new styling inside and out, upgraded suspension, torque vectoring, and plenty of modern tech. Read our full review on 95octane.
The Korean 3-door hot hatch we deserve. With former BMW “M” boss Albert Biermann leading the charge, the Veloster N gets a 2.0L turbo-4 with 275 hp, 260 lb-ft. of torque, high-flow dual exhaust, a 6-speed rev-match manual, sport suspension and brakes, and a limited-slip diff.
In 1914, Ernest Shackleton and team set out to cross Antarctica by boat. They ran into ice, and were stranded for 634 days. He helped save his entire crew, but never finished his mission. 100 years later, his great-grandson completed the task in a tricked-out Hyundai Sante Fe.
One of the many tricked out vehicles slated headed to the 2016 SEMA show, this special off-road SUV has been blessed with a nitrous-boosted 3.3L V6, and a jacked-up suspension with massive wheel articulation and ground clearance, 35″ tires and 17″ beadlock wheels.