2022 Hyundai Elantra N revealed with available manual
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Following the disappearance of the Veloster models, Hyundai has exciting news with its latest N extension: the Hyundai Elantra N 2022. As expected, it features a sporty, but not outrageous design, and including the same cute drivetrains as its Veloster and Kona cousins.
The front is probably the boldest part of the car, with large intakes and darkened panels in between. It looks like it wants to gobble up anything unfortunate enough to get in its way. A bright red front splitter matches the red side skirts and the line around the rear diffuser. The rear also has a rear wing, large double exhaust trims and a triangular reflector in the diffuser.
Inside, the Elantra N gets a unique steering wheel, sportier seats, aluminum pedals and buttons for driving modes. Thinner seats are optionally available for more space in the interior and can be equipped with illuminated N logos. They also sit 0.4 inches lower. The infotainment system also receives display layouts that can show the oil and coolant temperature, boost pressure and torque output. Lap times and some telemetry can also be viewed and viewed later in the Hyundai N app, which will later be available to existing N owners. In addition, the Elantra N has digital engine sounds that can be switched on and adjusted to your preferences. You can even choose TCR racing car sounds. Of course, you should just turn it off and enjoy the natural sounds of the Elantra N's variable exhaust.
The Elantra N is powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter engine that we familiarized ourselves with in the Kona N and Veloster N. It makes 276 horsepower and 289 pound-feet of torque and can be used with either an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic or a six-speed manual transmission. An electronically controlled limited-slip differential is standard and directs power to the front wheels with axles inspired by WRC rally cars with integrated wheel hubs and bearings. Hyundai says they are stronger and save 3.7 pounds. Of course, the suspension and chassis have been thoroughly updated from the regular Elantra to meet N requirements, with some of the improvements including additional bracing and new bushings. It also gets 245 millimeter wide tires, 10 mm wider than the Veloster N. It is braked by larger brakes with 14.2 inches at the front, also larger than the Veloster N.
Hyundai has not yet announced pricing or availability, but we expect it to go on sale by the end of the year. Prices will likely be similar to or above the Veloster N, which starts at around $ 33,000.
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