The 2019 Hyundai Veloster N has a turbocharged 2.0-liter engine that makes either 250 or 275 horsepower, depending on option package.
Hyundai says the Veloster N will hit 62 miles per hour in 6.1 seconds and that it tops out at 155 mph.
Hyundai designed the Veloster N to be "track capable" right from the factory, with lots of brake and engine cooling ducts.
In terms of handling, the Veloster N benefits from adaptive suspension, an electronically controlled differential and sticky Pirelli P-Zero tires.
Aerodynamic elements include the big rear wing, new side skirts and various ducts in the front fascia.
To help you deal with the six-speed manual transmission on-track, the Veloster N offers electronic rev-matching.
This exterior color is called Performance Blue and is exclusive to Hyundai's N models.
The LED third brake light is supposed to resemble the rear lighting on racing cars.
The Veloster N goes on sale in the US in the fourth quarter of this year. It'll be the first N product sold in our market.
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