Compact SUVs represent the fastest-growing segment in the new vehicle sales race, and manufacturers are working to introduce high-performance versions of popular crossovers.
While output figures continue to elude use, we now know that the Kona N will be powered by a 2.0 litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine that's paired with an eight-speed wet dual-clutch transmission.
These new images show off the aggressive styling of the Hyundai Kona N. There's a model-specific hexagonal front grille design and a larger front air intake, plus split-level LED headlights and a slightly raised bonnet design, which are familiar from the facelifted Kona N Line model that was recently introduced.
Hyundai has released further details surrounding its new Kona N. The best-case scenario would be for Hyundai to borrow the 2.0-liter T-GDi from the i30 N with the Performance Package, an engine that cranks out 276 horsepower (280 PS) and 289 pound-feet (392 Nm) for the 2021 model year. Hyundai has not yet fully disclosed the car's technical specifications.
Hyundai has officially begun teasing the range-topping Kona N, a auto which will go on to be the first ever high-performance SUV for the Korean automaker. It'll rival the new Ford Puma ST.
The South Korean firm has announced that the new Hyundai Kona N will have a powerful and agile driving experience, although the crossovers are not very sporty. The automaker also promised a variety of high performance driving characteristics.
Prestige brands have already bowled up baby performance SUVs such as the Audi RS Q3, Mercedes-AMG GLA 45, Mini Countryman JCW and BMW X2 M35i, but sub-$50,000 crossovers with punch are thin on the ground.
The court asserted it had the power to suspend the legislation, but the stay must not be for an empty objective . The apex court has given time to the Union government to file an amicable solution to the agitation.
The drastic expansion of the vaccination programme means all adults will be offered a vaccine by the autumn, the DHSC say . The JCVI will consider all available evidence for phase 2 recommendations of the vaccination programme.
Une multitude d'utilisateurs se sont plaints de cette annonce et aujourd'hui WhatsApp essaie de calmer les esprits. Les inscrits qui refusent d'accepter ces conditions seront bannis de l'application dès le 8 février .
With the COVID-19 pandemic as a backdrop, the conference explored pandemic prevention in conjunction with species protection. Together with the United Kingdom and Norway, Germany has set aside $5 billion over the past 5 years to protect rainforests.
After noticing she was stumbling, James paused the ceremony to check on Trott, who replied, "I'm, like, seeing stars". Fellow contestant Bri Springs told producers that it looked like Trott was about to faint.
Walmart said it will also name independent industry experts to the board and may acquire or partner with other fintech companies. Founded in 2012, Ribbit has invested in some high-profile Fintechs including Affirm , Credit Karma and Robinhood .
He was also on the team that helped secure a conviction of former District of Columbia mayor Marion Barry for cocaine possession. In a tweet, he called Garland "a sound choice" and "a man of great character, integrity, and tremendous competency in the law".
There were 1,700 COVID-19 patients in hospital on Tuesday, nearly double the 2020 peak, the Irish health service said. The Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC) has today been notified of 46 additional deaths related to Covid-19.
Five more deaths, three in long-term care homes, pushed the number of people in our region to die from the virus to 132. The same projections released today show there are outbreaks at 40 per cent of Ontario's long-term care homes.
Markieff Morris will not play again in the game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Houston Rockets . The row started when Morris knocked Rockets forward Jae'Sean Tate to the court with a flagrant foul.
Husband on leash breached Quebec's COVID curfew
The curfew is needed to prevent gatherings that have fueled the rampant spread of the virus, Quebec Premier Francois Legault said. Quebec became the first province to enforce a curfew over the weekend to help curb the spread of COVID-19.