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News Ready to order your all-new Hyundai Veloster N?

Ready to order your all-new Hyundai Veloster N?

Hyundai Canada’s been ready since August 20th for your online pre-order. If you’ve been thinking about grabbing an N for yourself, make haste as only 200 are slated for importation for the Canadian market.

What the heck is the 2019 Hyundai Veloster N? Only the first North American vehicle from Hyundai’s new, high-performance N brand! Ok, that doesn’t help either… Hyundai wants in on the compact performance segment and it’s with that in mind that they’ve created the ultimate compact Hyundai, the Veloster N.

It boasts a boosted 275 horsepower, and 260 lb.-ft. of torque 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine, an active exhaust, fully adjustable suspension, a six-speed manual transmission and is FWD. This 2+1+hatch-door small car looks the part too with aero go-fast bits – essentially everything it needs to make tuners drool.

If you’re one of them and want in, here’s the link where you can pre-order your N vehicle.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Hyundai has really stepped up and built a great car. This will be the beginning of people looking at Hyundai differently as a brand capable of making fun cars, and I for one am super excited for this car and other N cars to come.

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