The rambunctious hot hatch was beforehand manual-just however will before long be accessible with an eight-speed DCT.
- Hyundai is adding another transmission alternative to the superior Veloster N.
- An eight-speed double grasp programmed transmission will join the as of now accessible six-speed manual.
- It will offer oar shifters and an element called “Grin Shift.”
Hyundai’s N execution division has affirmed that the Veloster N hot hatchback will increase a programmed transmission soon. In Instagram posts, the organization shared a couple of insights concerning an up and coming eight-speed double grasp programmed transmission that is not far off. Right now, the main transmission accessible for the Veloster N is a six-speed manual.
The new transmission is an eight-speed double grasp unit, and we accept that it’s a similar transmission that is being utilized in the up and coming Sonata N-Line. The Instagram post shows paddle shifters on the guiding wheel, a cool-looking movement handle, and a presentation in the measure group that shows a “Smile Shift” mode. We have no clue what that implies, yet it sounds fun. The secret additionally shows intriguing looking light-into seat embeds that might be another choice for the Veloster N.
The Veloster N’s sole motor alternative is a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four with either 250 torque or 275 hp with the discretionary Performance bundle. This double grip transmission may help improve increasing speed contrasted and the manual vehicle, which zeroed to 60 mph in 5.4 seconds in our testing.
We anticipate hearing progressively about the double grip model, which we hope to be offered for the 2021 Veloster N. This refreshed form ought to show up in the U.S. at some point in the not so distant future.