The American division of Hyundai has revealed plans to release new products for 15 months ahead. By the end of 2021, 12 new and updated crossovers, as well as N-versions of existing models, will enter the market.
The company promised to bring to the market upgraded versions of models with internal combustion engines, moderate and plug-in hybrids and electric cars. As for the “charged” modifications of the N Line and N, then by the end of 2022, seven such models will go on sale. Previously, the N-version was acquired by the new Sonata, and it will be followed by the Elantra N and Tucson N Line.
In addition, the N-version is promised to the Kona model: such a crossover will most likely be equipped with a two-liter turbo engine with a capacity of about 279 horsepower. So far, the Kona line has only the N Line variant, which features a body kit in body color, a splitter and 18-inch wheels.
Meanwhile, the interior of the updated Hyundai ix35 crossover was shown in photos before the official premiere. The new product should debut in November this year. The car will receive a rich technical equipment.