Hyundai’s entering the performance car segment with their “N” vehicles—effectively a South Korean counterpart to the likes of BMW’s M division and Mercedes’ AMG. They’ve released a couple of N models already—hot hatches like the Veloster N and i30N are already gaining ground in European markets. Additionally, the N-line adds specific trims and kits to base models, with a wide range of customisable options for paint, wheels, bodykits, lighting and more.
The Tucson mid-size SUV has been a local favourite from Hyundai’s stable, with competitive pricing making it a brilliant value proposition. It’s loaded with gear and is good to drive and be in as well. Globally, the Tucson is an even bigger success, riding the crest of SUV mania all the way to the top of sales charts. Hyundai wants to boost that further—with a fresh injection of hotness from the N-line parts catalogue. It’s not just visual either—N line models are stiffer, sportier and more aggressive.
Will we see any in Bangladesh? Not sure, but we definitely should. Listen up, Hyundai Motors Bangladesh!