Video: "Charged" Crossover Hyundai Kona N Declassified During A Photo Shoot
One of the most anticipated new products from the N unit - the "charged" Hyundai KonN crossover - was filmed during an official advertising photo shoot near the Nurburgring. In the pictures published by Carscoops, it was possible to discern even a hint of engine power.
The car arrived at the scene packed in tight camouflage, which was removed only for filming. In addition, the participants in the process in every possible way protected the territory from outsiders - up to blocking the roads. However, photo spies still managed to take some detailed photos of the crossover from afar.
- The compact SUV received a developed aerodynamic body kit with contrasting red accents and a new radiator grill. The rear diffuser is modeled on other Hyundai N models, but integrates a new exhaust system with large tailpipes spaced apart on the sides. In addition, a new spoiler has been added to the boot lid. Finally, the "charged" Hyundai Kon received unusual wheels with red brake calipers.
- Officially, what kind of engine KonN will receive, the manufacturer has not yet announced. However, the car used for the shooting bears the number plates HN 0280. The publication assumes that the letters on the number stand for Hyundai N, and the number stands for just the engine output, that is, the crossover will turn out to be 280-horsepower.
Earlier it was reported that Hyundai KonN will receive a two-liter "turbo four" paired with an eight-speed "robot" N DCT. A similar engine is installed, for example, on the Veloster N hot hatch, where it develops just 280 hp.
- The official debut of the off-road vehicle, given the already conducted advertising shootings, may take place in the coming weeks.
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