Recently, a photograph of a Hyundai Veloster N surfaced with a paper attached to the entryway that peruses “2.5 Turbo Engine T-GDi.” As a result, speculations and anticipations were made that Hyundai is trying the 2.5-liter turbocharged motor in the hatchback, which is bigger than the 2.0-liter that right now controls the model. The new plant has been discovering its way into a few new Hyundai and Genesis vehicles in the course of the most recent a while.
The rage around this popular Theta III 2.5-liter motor from Hyundai first aired in mid-2018. From that point forward, it’s discovered its way into the new Hyundai Sonata N-Line and all through the Genesis lineup. In the G80, this powertrain makes 300 ponies and 311 pound-feet of torque. It’s a bit detuned in the case of the Genesis G70 and Sonata N-Line, making 290 hp and 310 lb-ft of torque.
The turbocharged 2.0-liter that as of now drives the Veloster N produces 250 hp and up to 275 hp when outfitted with the company’s Performance Package. The bigger engine could give the section level Veloster N almost 300 hp. That could give the Veloster N with the Performance Package well over that sum.
While Hyundai is unquestionably trying the motor in the Veloster, it’s improbable that we’ll see these changes at any point in the near future. New powertrains frequently accompany mid-cycle invigorates or complete updates, and neither is likely to happen in this case. Hyundai presented the second-age Veloster for the 2019 model year thus pushing the advent of a revived or third-age model for a long while from now.
Currently, the Hyundai Veloster is available in a total of 5 trims, with prices starting from $18,600. This Hyundai offering is planted in the high-octane market to tackle the likes of Ford Fiesta ST and Honda Civic Sport.