We drive the prototype version of the Hyundai Ioniq 6 N – a 576hp sports sedan called the RN22e that has sound and vibrations!
0:00 – Intro
0:17 – What Is It?
0:52 – Specs
1:46 – Driving
4:09 – Verdict
The Hyundai RN22e is one of two “rolling lab” test bed prototypes being developed by Hyundai N division to show that electric cars can be fun. The other car is the N Vision 74, a very striking hydrogen-electric hybrid supercar coupe. The RN22e previews the future Ioniq 6 N sports sedan, expected in 2024, which will go after the Tesla Model 3 Performance with 430kW of power, dual motor AWD and a twin-clutch rear axle.
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