This fall sees the release of the i30 N and Veloster N, followed by the i30 Fastback N. Each offers a sizeable power increase over the standard model, and updates the suspension, braking and handling to accommodate the greater output.
2018 has been a weird year, right? Every day we slip deeper and deeper into some funhouse mirror universe that defies logic and common sense.
Case in point: Hyundai chief designer, SangYup Lee, recently told Automotive News that, in a step away from their current grey-on-grey style, will introduce some Italian swagger.
Over the years the increased complexity in auto engineering has drastically reduced the work an owner can perform themselves. The reliance on computers alone requires more specialized (and proprietary) equipment than you’re average home garage has.
Senior Vice-President of Hyundai, Lee Si-Kan, recently announced that Hyundai is developing a dedicated EV platform intended to underpin numerous Hyundai/Kia/Genesis models. Continue reading “Electrifying Hyundai News”