Hyundai introduced the 402-horsepower version of the van iMax/H-1 for drifting

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Hyundai introduced the 402-horsepower version of the van iMax/H-1 for drifting

The new version of the South Korean van received the designation N Drift Bus. Eight-seat van boasts 402-horsepower V6 engine capacity of 3.5 liters, which in addition is equipped with a twin turbo.

Sports division of Hyundai N, which usually works on such a high-performance hatchback like the i30 and Veloster N N, “charge” and 8 seater iMax van (which we have known under the name H-1) is the project they called the N Drift Bus. It is worth noting that this is one of a kind car.

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In order to build a powerful van, the guys from the South Korean company equipped with iMax/H-1 3.5-liter V6 twin-turbo that came in place of the standard 2.5-liter diesel engine.

A new mechanical heart can develop up to 402 horsepower power and 555 Nm of torque that will be transferred to the rear wheels. Unusual novelty is based on the 8-seater version of the minivan/wagon, which is known under the designation of Grand Starex.

As the transmission is installed eight-speed automatic transmission, which is connected to the differential. The car also received a different exhaust system, which amplifies the exhaust sound of the powerful V6. It is worth noting also specially designed aerodynamic kit, shock absorbers with electronic control and high-performance brake system, which is hidden behind 19-inch light alloy wheel disks.

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On assurances of representatives of Hyundai have upgraded iMax N N Drift Bus the perfect weight distribution of 50:50, which is achieved when all eight seats are occupied. The interior also has changes – logos Hyundai N is in the front seats and steering wheel, and the second and third rows of seats were upholstered in suede and leather.

The official presentation of the Hyundai iMax Bus N Drift will be held this weekend at Sydney Motorsport Park in Australia.

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