Yes there was a video posted, you can have two n custom setups.
Yes pretty sure the Elantra N is the same from what I have seen
Eh I don't know the specs of the I20 (interior volume, etc) but its marginally smaller than the I30 in all aspects of passenger space. The main different is the total trunk volume with seats folded down. Otherwise its very close but not quite as large as the I30. People still believe it is bigger though just because it is an CUV which is funny.Still not entirely sure of the point - it's closer in size to the i20 than the i30 (boot space is bately 10l more, and to me it looks LESS spacious in the rear bench than the i20...), but priced the same as the bigger, more practical hatchback/fastback.
It should have been given an uprated version of the i20N's drive train, say 230-240hp, and been priced bang on £30k to fit right in the middle of the 2 hatchbacks and lined up against the Puma ST.
I like it. I sat in one too. I'm more of a manual guy though.I'd quite like the Kona if it wasn't for those weird as heck double lights front and rear...
Or made it a 4x4 and lowered it with about 3cm. Would have bought one without thinking twice.I was surprised when I saw it was the same drivetrain as the i30N and basically the same price, too - it was supposed to be competing with the Puma ST, but is in a different league power/price wise.
Should have had a pumped up version of the 1.6l in the i20N (240-250hp) and been priced slap bang in the middle of the 2 N cars, right where the Puma ST is. Otherwise what is the point? Should have gone full N SUV and churned out a Tuscon N!