Years of speculation will come to a close on April 27 when theshows its face. The brand said on Thursday the performance SUV will make a global debut that day and we'll finally get the juicy details surrounding what will surely be the coolest version of the .
Hyundai didn't leave much to the imagination, though. Last month, we saw teaser images of the Kona N that essentially showed the car in full. The good news is the SUV looks properly sporty, like a tall hatchback with larger intakes, a unique grille pattern and big dual exhaust outlets. As far as the sporty elements go, Hyundai's done a good job making the Kona N look the part.
All the show won't be without the go, though. Expect the SUV to share the Veloster, and it should be a riot here, too. What's unclear is if we'll see all-wheel drive, or if the Kona N will stick with front-wheel drive like its hatchback counterpart.'s turbocharged inline-four, which makes 275 horsepower with an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission onboard. It's quite a peppy powertrain in the
Nevertheless, the Kona N has many intrigued here on the Roadshow staff and we can't wait to see the machine uncovered.