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Hyundai N 2025 Vision Gran Turismo Generates New Teaser Photos Before Frankfurt Display

Let us forget about spyshots and car rumors only to embrace the virtual racing world, where every important carmaker made sure their presence was represented by a sleek, ready-to-eat-asphalt prototype.
N 2025 Vision GT 3 photos
Hyundai N 2025 Vision GTHyundai N 2025 Vision GT
This time, we are looking at Hyundai's N 2025 Vision Gran Turismo, bound to make a real-life debut next week at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Hyundai took the teasing game to another level with not one, but two teaser photos.

The good thing is that they reveal more than those before did, but the bad new is after all, they're just teaser pictures, despite Hyundai's claims that this concept "highlights sustainable technology and race car design, truly representing the future potential of Hyundai N.”

As we expected, no info is provided complementary to the pics, which means we'll know more after the N 2025 Vision GT takes a bow in Frankfurt.

However, Hyundai stressed the fact that the N 2025 Vision Gran Turismo draws inspiration from aeronautics - jet fighters, to be more precise.

There's not much we could discuss on the prototype, but despite its digital nature, the N 2025 marks the birth of Hyundai's N Performance sub-brand.

Yes, the Koreans were capable of creating something like this, and they'll look to press on with more performance models in the future.

For what we know, this division will use the brand's know-how gained in competitions like the WRC to build more potent cars that will also rely on futuristic tech - again, Hyundai doesn't say exactly what that means - both in the design and powertrain departments.

So from where we're standing, it looks like the Koreans want a taste of the segment owned at this moment by German carmakers like BMW and Mercedes, at least regarding performance models.

We wish them the best of luck, as they'll need it, especially since they'll have to beat the public's misconceptions about the Hyundai brand, which improved a lot in the last decade but still has a way to go.

 
 
 
 
 

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