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Sep 28, 2016 12:03 AM EDT

Hyundai RN30’s Concept Revealed in the New Trailer [VIDEO]

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The new RN30 by Hyundai will be revealed at the 2016 Motor Show. The company recently released teaser a teaser video and images showcasing the vehicles features and style. The Hyundai RN30 will be on par with Volkswagen's Golf GTI, Puegeot 308 GtI, and Ford Focus ST.

From what can be seen, the new Hyundai RN30 will be having different style and design from the other Hyundai flagship cars. Reportedly, the concept will preview the N performance of the all-new i30 hatchback. From the images, it can be seen that the vehicle will feature LED-ringed sports foglamps. It will also sport quad-unit headlamps above the agressively styled bumper. The car will have a bonnet vent which will be needed for a better engine cooling, Car Trade reported.

The vehicle was developed at Hyundai's High Performance Division under  Hyundai EuropeTechnical Centre. The Hyundai Motorsport is only a fragment of the study which may lead to the launch of  another powerful unit, 130N performance car, next year.

The Hyundai RN30, which may be called i30N,  packs a 2.0-litre turbocharged engine. Expectedly, the vehicles engine power will be at 260 brake horse power (bhp).  The car will only be offered in its five-door version.  The new RN30 will have a mechanical limited slip differential which is electronically controlled for complete control. The differential will control wheelspin and will offer better traction while moving around corners. More details about the upcoming car will be explained during the 2016 Motor Show, according to Carwale.

Meanwhile, the Motor Show, which will be held by the end of September, will preview some of the biggest cars developed by huge motor companies. The 2016 Paris Motor Show will include many flagships such as: Alfa Romeo's Giulia Veloce, the Audi Q5, BMW X2, Citroën's vehicles and concepts,  Ferrari special editions, GLM G4, Honda Civic, and Hyundai's concept vehicle with the revelation of the Infiniti engine. Other giants will also be showcasing their vehicles such as  Mercedes, Lexus, Mitsubishi, Nissan, and Puegeot. 

 

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