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2023 Hyundai RM20 N Performance and Specifications

Overview

Now not is it only Hyundai is grabbing the global market from behind, but also giving hard hitters now. The new 2023 Hyundai RM20 N is being mentioned as a near-market concept by Hyundai, the pace picker.

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Hyundai RM20 N Front
Hyundai RM20 N Front

Now what you may expect is the racy gene of the prevailing Hyundai Veloster N, which is a frosty cut-throat to its competitors. Hyundai now can be observed for taking a leap in the mid-engine sport rides with this one being next in line.

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What’s New

This one here, the Hyundai RM20 N is might not as close as you were thinking of. Still being under a concept, Hyundai confirms that this ride is minimum 2 years ahead of us so for now, the pictures are what somewhat feedable.

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Hyundai RM20 N Rear
Hyundai RM20 N Rear

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Engine, Top Speed, Mileage, 0-60Mph

What can be expected out of this box is a a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that is rumoured to fit in the middle of the car! And this, most probably is supposed to feed up the real-wheel axle. This all activity is supposedly done to give an output of 390 horsepower.

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As of now, the metrics for now of 0-60Mph and Mileage are not released but will be on-screen once released.

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Hyundai RM20 N Side
Hyundai RM20 N Side

Pricing

Hyundai really does love to keep it all a secret, but as per the estimations for a mid-engine car, the RM20 N should be around for $40,000 (est). Any further update is much awaited.

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