Recently, Hyundai Vice President of High-Performance Vehicles Thomas Schemera and Albert Biermann presented the N brand philosophy and concept at the German Nürburgring show, highlighting the company's goal of building high-performance vehicles that meet high quality standards, but after

After talking about the current and future lineup with Automotive News, Albert Biermann, Hyundai-Kia's head of vehicle testing and high-performance development, said the fourth entry - possibly an SUV - was budgeted in his long-term plan, but

"Within the next two or three months, we'll have a car that we can probably show Vice Chairman Chung [Eui-Sun] and our senior management," he said on the sidelines of a Veloster N test drive.

Albert Biermann said no to the Genesis G70 N

But unfortunately, customers shouldn't expect high performance from Genesis because of the brand's stance on luxury and elegance.

“Before the Genesis [standalone] brand was launched, we did some concept research for the G70 N,” Biermann said.

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