Before Hyundai launches the first sports-tuned car from its new ‘N’ brand, the Korean automaker will roll out one more concept to tease us.
The new RN30 Concept will debut on September 29 at the 2016 Paris Motor Show, previewing the future of hot sports cars from Hyundai. Based on the Hyundai i30, which is sold in the U.S. as the Elantra GT, the RN30 will feature custom aerodynamics, a lower and wider stance and specialized “high-performance technologies” according to the brand.
Hyundai has already teased the RN concept a few times, allowing us to hear what it will sound like when attacking the race track. Before that, Hyundai rolled out multiple versions of a concept called the RM, which was a Veloster with a mid-engine setup.
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