Essentially a new development of the Racing Midship (RM) program that debuted in 2012, the Hyundai RM16 follows in the footsteps of the RM14 and RM15, which were showcased in 2014 and 2015, respectively.
The RM16 N immediately stands out from Hyundai’s previous mid-engined concepts thanks to an aerodynamic front end design characterized by sleeker headlights, and a low nose accented by a wide air dam. Large vents located directly behind the doors direct cooling air to the engine bay. The cabin has been upgraded with a pair of sport seats, though we’ll have to take Hyundai’s word for it because photos haven’t been published yet.
The Hyundai N 2025 Vision Gran Turismo was showcased for the first time in 2015. This was inspired from the N series cars. This car is the first mass produced hydrogen cell fueled car by Hyundai.
The total system of this car will provide an output of 650kw. This power will be delivered through high capacity in wheel motors that will provide maximum output in minimum time.
The current model first appeared on the market in 2011, after having first debuted as the HND-3 concept in 2007. Rather than a facelift, we can likely expect an all-new model to appear sometime in 2017.
And, with Hyundai’s sports-focussed N division now in full swing, we can likely also expect higher levels of performance across the range.