Hyundai’s electric sports vehicle ambitions didn’t end with a spruced-up Veloster. The automaker has unveiled an RM20e Racing Midship SPORTS VEHICLE that not merely promises to improve its motorsport plans, but reflects the “next generation” of N performance cars – it’s billed because the company’s first “high-performance” electric sports vehicle of any sort. It’s powerful, as you’d expect from racing EVs, but Hyundai can be promising a balanced design that may be ready for the road even.
As the name implies, the 810HP motor sits at the center of the physical body. That not merely lets the RM20e reach 62MPH in under three seconds and 124MPH in 9.88 seconds, but permits the traction, balance, and braking you’d a cure for in a race car. So even, the look supposedly offers “daily-driver quietness” and responsiveness.
The machine also claims a high speed over 155MPH. The battery is relatively small at 60kWh (unsurprising given the necessity for a lightweight design), but 800V fast charging helps it get quickly back again to the track relatively.
Not, Hyundai is utilizing the RM20e as a tentpole because of its overall green transportation push. It’s hoping to provide 44 eco-friendly models by 2025, and which involves N sports cars clearly. While they won’t look as stylish because the Prophecy concept necessarily, you’ll get options which are more exciting when compared to a mixture of crossovers and sedans.