4 Clever Features Of Hyundai's New DCT - Veloster N Gets Even Better!


4 Ways Hyundai's Veloster N DCT Outperforms The Manual Transmission Version
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The 2021 Hyundai Veloster N has stepped up the game, especially with the 8-speed DCT. It now features N Grin Shift, N Power Shift, N Track Sense Shift, and launch control. Now these may sound like video game features, but that’s kinda what Hyundai is going for here with the experience, and the good news is each of these features actually have tangible performance improvements that they provide for the car. From a performance standpoint, these features set the dual clutch Veloster N apart from the manual transmission version.
N Grin Shift
The whole idea of N Grin Shift is to temporarily give you more performance. Pressing a button on your steering wheel allows your engine to increase boost for up to 20 seconds!
N Power Shift
This feature alone reduces the 0-100 kph time (or 0-62 mph time) by 0.2 seconds. It's like power shifting in a manual transmission, except you've got a wet, multi-plate clutch to handle the driveline shock!
N Track Sense Shift
N Track Sense Shift is a predictive shift logic that’s based on how you’re driving. If you start driving more aggressively, the system matches the gearbox response to your driving style. If you’re accelerating hard, turning at higher g’s, and braking hard, the system is going to use the most aggressive gear shift strategy possible.
Launch Control (DCT)
Now there’s another cool feature that differentiates the DCT model from the manual transmission, and that’s launch control. Both transmissions offer launch control, but there are several advantages with the DCT. It employs five techniques, which we'll break down in this video, to execute a powerful launch.
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  • Engineering Explained
    Engineering Explained23 dager siden

    Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and Happy New Year everyone!! Let's hope 2021 means spending more time filming *outside* of my garage, and out and about when things start to improve **gestures everywhere**. Stay safe, and for those fortunate to get a bit of vacation time in, enjoy it!!

  • mry82


    20 dager siden

    Same to you! This DCT tech is neat... I'll take the manual, haha.

  • Important Dolphin

    Important Dolphin

    22 dager siden

    Please do a video on ducati desmodronic engine and the (V4 engine full video, including primary and secondary balance)

  • steve thomas

    steve thomas

    22 dager siden

    Jason, Merry Christmas to you . When will you be able to test the Elantra & Kona N? Very interested your opinion on these cars. Does opening up the exhaust, snap, crackle, pop change the power output? Thanks

  • Matteo Tommasi

    Matteo Tommasi

    23 dager siden

    Man, with this is 5 videos of pure advertising in a row on your channel. I subbed because you explained engeneering, not because you read technical info given to you by someone. I can do that myself.

  • Cindy Sue

    Cindy Sue

    23 dager siden

    Any word of a larger engine coming to the N as in the 2.5?

  • Nathyn Larsen
    Nathyn Larsen4 timer siden

    Just give us the full power to use when we want

  • Dracarys
    Dracarys2 dager siden

    perfect toy for adults

  • Mike Chiodetti
    Mike Chiodetti3 dager siden

    Thanks for your explanation of this vehicle. BTW what's the warranty for this trans and vehicle?

  • Nathan Graham
    Nathan Graham4 dager siden

    He’s adorable 😍😆lol love the Velosa Raptor N lol 😂

  • Benjamin Hui
    Benjamin Hui5 dager siden

    much cooler cars than your tesla

  • Rafael Columbie
    Rafael Columbie5 dager siden

    This video led me to buy my 2021 DCT Veloster N. I absolutely love it. Thank you Engineering Explained

  • Sam Rushton
    Sam Rushton7 dager siden

    I wonder if there will be a dct tune required if the engine is tuned. Golfs with the DSGs require them after the engine has been tuned.

  • GermanCarsRule
    GermanCarsRule7 dager siden

    Hyundai is putting out an amazing product at a great price. Those German engineers they stole are helping, lol!

  • jeffer168
    jeffer1688 dager siden

    It's an automatic. That means it got worse, not better.

  • Lungu Gabriel
    Lungu Gabriel9 dager siden

    5.6 sec to 100km/h? This has to be the fastest FWD car to 100km (62miles)/h!

  • mitchell duchesne

    mitchell duchesne

    5 dager siden

    @Lungu Gabriel Yeah, but we don't get those in North America. So the Hyundai is alone in Canada and the USA.

  • Lungu Gabriel

    Lungu Gabriel

    5 dager siden

    @mitchell duchesne even faster. The clubsport and TCR models are rated for the same time (5.6 sec).

  • mitchell duchesne

    mitchell duchesne

    5 dager siden

    VW GTI is very close to this isn't. 5.8's with the performance pack and launch control in the MK 7's I think. The correct tires matter a lot for this.

  • Juelz 45
    Juelz 459 dager siden

    Yo where’s your tools at bro? Garage be empty AF.

  • M. Stewart
    M. Stewart9 dager siden

    Why is this boost available for only 20 seconds every 3 minutes?

  • Nspire3
    Nspire310 dager siden

    how this dude look so old but young at the same time

  • B Kopp
    B Kopp10 dager siden

    How reliable is the dct really going to be? I guess time will tell.

  • John the Greek
    John the Greek11 dager siden

    Yeah but why buy an automatic hot hatch.... not exactly fun...

  • George Of The Jungle
    George Of The Jungle11 dager siden

    The dogs bollocks is a DCT in sequential mode.

  • Z Tol4_I
    Z Tol4_I11 dager siden

    So you can spend More money on features you should be able to do as an active driver. You know, like paying attention to your lane position, paying attention to your following distance, knowing where other cars are around you, possibly in your blind spot, looking ahead to prepare for possible emergencies, know how to parallel park. If all these lazy driver nanny features were removed, cars would cost less and drivers would be forced to . . . Drive Their Car. OMG GASP!

  • Andre DeFils
    Andre DeFils11 dager siden

    That seems like something straight out of videogames. "Your extra boost is on a 3 minute cool down"

  • Midcentmiata
    Midcentmiata12 dager siden

    Warp speed button!

  • asdfjkl74able
    asdfjkl74able13 dager siden

    Any chance we could get a video about turbo surge/the flutter sound and if it's bad for your car or not? The difference between off throttle and on throttle surge? There is a lot of disagreement and I would trust your opinion Thanks

  • Bender Rodriguez
    Bender Rodriguez13 dager siden

    Car and Driver launched this car 0-60 in 4.8 sec

  • graycloud057
    graycloud05714 dager siden

    The best thing one can do with a Hyundai is stay away from them.

  • Jc Stang
    Jc Stang14 dager siden

    That is cool AF.

  • talltomtube
    talltomtube15 dager siden

    I have a 2019 Kia Soul! Turbo 1.6L with a 7sp DCT. Most of the time I drive old and slow, but I love surprising people and that powershift is almost too much fun. 100K mile factory warranty on the driveline. I plan on getting something else before the warranty runs out. I'm not paying that repair bill for two new clutches. lol.

  • Kavi4
    Kavi415 dager siden

    What is the this DCT units torque limits? Hope it's a wet clutch setup as the dry clutch units will fail and generally the mechatronics go also as normal of VAG vehicles

  • Gauge167
    Gauge16715 dager siden

    Hyundai is actually exceeding Honda in better more fun cars fight me..

  • Officer_Baitlyn
    Officer_Baitlyn15 dager siden

    7:52 caveman uga buga me accelerate me go fast brrr

  • Mr Reaper
    Mr Reaper16 dager siden

    Was very confused for 3 minutes till I remembered that a DCT is not a CVT.

  • Kismias
    Kismias16 dager siden

    First thing everyoen is going to do is hack the car so that the button is "on" constantly.

  • EazyTheRecon


    16 dager siden


  • Skywalker Productions
    Skywalker Productions16 dager siden

    I got a 4.9 0-60 using launch control in my dct anD always got 6.1 in my manual

  • Harry Poter
    Harry Poter16 dager siden

    i love the DCT Veloster N, one of my fav cars. But makes me happy that my cheap little 2.0T Camaro is still faster :D :D 5.4s. Veloster w/ launch control is 5.6s :D :D :D :D :D :D

  • Harry Poter

    Harry Poter

    9 dager siden

    @Valerie Rodger dude... I didn’t insult you. I called you a “dummy”. If I was really mad I would used harsher words. But ok, make all these fancy categories if you want to, in my eyes I see regular cars, work trucks, and sports cars. All sports cars are in the same boat in my eyes. In reality people buy cars based on how much money they can spend on a car, then all those other preferences come second. So if I have $30k-35k to spend on a sports car, I’m looking at performance numbers and reliability. Don’t get me wrong I love the Veloster N DCT, I think it’s one of the best cars of the year. All I’m saying is my cheap little Camaro is faster.

  • Valerie Rodger

    Valerie Rodger

    9 dager siden

    @Harry Poter I have my facts straight. Comparisons in affordability are to other vehicles in the same category.The Camaro is not in the same category as the Veloster. The Camaro is a rear wheel drive muscle car / pony car. The Veloster is a front wheel drive hatch. And if being triggered into an emotional rant and tossing around insults is normal for you, you need help.

  • Harry Poter

    Harry Poter

    9 dager siden

    @Valerie Rodger this is me CORRECTING YOU. I’m not mad lol. If I didn’t put hands on you, you didn’t trigger me.

  • Harry Poter

    Harry Poter

    9 dager siden

    @Valerie Rodger the Veloster N is the best Veloster trim you can buy. The 2.0T Camaro is the cheapest lowest trim Camaro. The Veloster N costs $5000 more than the Camaro. What are you even talking about???? The Camaro is the slowest “muscle car” of all in a straight line, but is the fastest one around the track BECAUSE OF HANDLING not straight line. Get your facts straight. If you think I’m “triggered” right now, you must be really sensitive, this is how I talk all the time.

  • Valerie Rodger

    Valerie Rodger

    9 dager siden

    @Harry Poter 😆 triggered much? Chill, dude, you're the one who brought up straight line speed. The Veloster N isn't even meant to be a competitive car, whether in a straight line or on the track - it's meant to be a fun car at an affordable price, set up to feel the best rather than be the fastest. But one little poke completely sets you off in defense of your car - you really might want to think about that. Is your ego so tied to your car that you respond so emotionally?

  • Alex Pettit
    Alex Pettit16 dager siden

    All of that's cool, but I'd still take the manual any day.

  • ellis
    ellis16 dager siden

    In certain situations, can a more powerful car like this, be more fuel efficient than something like a 1L Ford fiesta? For example going down a motorway slip road? This car can cruise slowly to speed or floor it and be at 70mph in a couple of seconds, however something like a ford fiesta may spend 10-20 seconds getting to 70, meaning they spend more time at full throttle meaning more fuel goes in the engine.

  • DJ Subculture
    DJ Subculture17 dager siden

    Now all it needs is "Valet Mode" and the it would be perfect.

  • James Coogan
    James Coogan17 dager siden

    Extra boost for a limited amount of has a been around for nearly 20 years. Peugeots had them in the early 2000s That NGS button seems to have just reinvented kick-down.

  • Kavi4


    15 dager siden

    Many have that , but it's electronically controlled , not by demand for the burst.

  • Steve Kilpatrick
    Steve Kilpatrick17 dager siden

    While I am a die-hard manual fan (every vehicle I've owned has been a stick), THIS HERE would be enough to get me to switch to a DCT. Great video!

  • Jonathan Vermeul
    Jonathan Vermeul17 dager siden

    Such a shame the Veloster N isn't available in Europe. I love the 1 door on driver's side and 2 doors on passenger side. But the older model has a weird back side.

  • Amber57499
    Amber5749918 dager siden

    Yuck, the rear end is ghastly. An otherwise super cool car..

  • Ryan Kwan
    Ryan Kwan18 dager siden

    My monitors are colour calibrated and cover 100% of the DCI-P3 gamut. Is that hoodie really that red in real life?

  • superluig164
    superluig16418 dager siden

    I want a Veloster N now.

  • Labour Law Act
    Labour Law Act18 dager siden

    Thanks boy 😊😊

  • Rey Fernandez
    Rey Fernandez18 dager siden

    n=Not a fan of the Veloster looks, but I cant wait for the Elantra N. The prototype vids show an amazing vehicle that far exceeds anything in that segment including the Civic Type R that was designed by an 18 year old version of myself.

  • Shane House
    Shane House19 dager siden

    WHY? oh why did sequential gearbox options in affordable cars die off so soon? Please help me figure it out someone. I have seen like 3 new cars with sequential shifter options but they are all $100k +

  • Shane House
    Shane House19 dager siden

    Hey im new to this channel and the 1st vid i watched was actually on this same car. Your channel is great and glad i found it 👍👍

  • O Sharq
    O Sharq19 dager siden

    Would want to see one aganist a golft gti and a golf r

  • Joel Present
    Joel Present19 dager siden

    All these clone GTI's

  • Joskj j
    Joskj j19 dager siden

    Veloster n is such a gem

  • Joskj j
    Joskj j19 dager siden

    Hyundai is really making some awesome cars that people actually want, no other manufacturer is pumping out so much enthusiast vehicles at once Hyundai and Kia are making cooler and more reliable cars than Nissan and Honda now

  • Valerie Rodger

    Valerie Rodger

    9 dager siden

    They've come a long way from the cars that I remember from the '80s! Hiring a bunch of engineers away from Toyota vastly improved their reliability, and fielding works teams in motorsports has definitely translated into more exciting cars on the market. I'm still disappointed that they won't be selling the Elantra GT (i30) in North America anymore, though.

  • 4ur3n
    4ur3n19 dager siden

    Before you even purchase the car, you are enrolled into a 2-year higher education program, where you learn the basics of Hyundai Veloster shifting. After the completion of the courses you are taking the final exam and only if you pass you are allowed to place a purchase order for the vehicle. Your order goes straight to Hyundai Headquarters screening team that along with your grades, takes into consideration your family status, your hobbies, your drinking habits and the shape of your receding hairline. Finally, if all looks proper, you receive a letter of confirmation and you are allowed to get to your nearest Hyundai representative to arrange the preparations for your graduation, where you will also get the keys to your veloster, which now is two years older. Safe travels.

  • watchthisusa
    watchthisusa19 dager siden

    For sure its HRD. From the same area! I grew up in Dexter.

  • watchthisusa
    watchthisusa19 dager siden

    Huron River Drive?

  • Keven Harvey
    Keven Harvey19 dager siden

    Been looking into turbo compound engines lately, I'm kind of baffled as to why they aren't used in passenger cars, seems like a straightforward way to increase specific output and efficiency.

  • andres kashani
    andres kashani19 dager siden

    I had a 2020 Elantra GT N-Line and the DCT on that car was reliable and overly built. Hyundia is beginning to utilize quality components. I cannot speak for older generations just 2020 and up.

  • G. Warren
    G. Warren19 dager siden

    No matter how many gimmicks Hyundai places inside, there’s no way I’d ever pay more than $16k for any of their products! I remember back in 2005 they were literally selling “2 for 1” due to being so horrible.

  • Stephen Hendricks
    Stephen Hendricks19 dager siden

    In nearly half of century of driving I never went without at least one MT vehicle in my garage until I bought a DCT GTI in 2013. When I replaced it in 2018 with a MK7 GTI I didn't hesitate to go with a DCT again. I'd still choose a manual transmission Miata simply for the heritage in a pure sports car with limited power but otherwise I'd never go back to a manual transmission vehicle. No more than I'd return to a car without power assisted steering or fuel injection.

  • Nitrobucket
    Nitrobucket19 dager siden

    Another car guy pointed out to me that I seem to say "I'm constantly impressed by this new South Korean car" at least twice a year. I must be a Hyundai fan boy now

  • Colin scutt
    Colin scutt19 dager siden

    "dont have to use it all at once"🤣

  • Burnt Chicken Nugget
    Burnt Chicken Nugget20 dager siden

    So race smarter not harder. All though somone with skill could probably beat the DCT version. They would not stand much chance on a back to back drag race to 100. On track once the skilled driver learns the track then you stand a chance.

  • GBass
    GBass20 dager siden

    N Track Sense Shift is ridiculous. Learn to shift by yourself like all of us did back in the day. We did fine as did the best manual driver here.

  • Nico Bellic
    Nico Bellic20 dager siden

    Nah still gonna buy a GTI

  • Kavi4


    15 dager siden

    No coupe type and terrible back up

  • realvanman1
    realvanman120 dager siden

    It should also be noted that GOOD automatics ALSO give a surge of acceleration during a shift, for the same reason the DCTs do. But the torque converter converts some of the brief large drop in speed across it into a greater surge of torque. Remember GOOD automatics? Pre-electronic, American automatics with a shift kit, that kick you in the butt when they shift!

  • Benjamin Vondrak
    Benjamin Vondrak20 dager siden

    I bought a brand new 2020 Veloster N and since day one it has been at the shop. Sounded like a cool car but after the way I see Hyundai treat its dealerships, and the way they treat their customers, I will not be buying Hyundai again. Such a disgrace.

  • esantiago8989


    11 dager siden

    What's wrong with it?

  • Vincent R
    Vincent R20 dager siden

    Its phenomenal. I've ditched my 2018 BMW m4 dct after one test drive 2021 VN dct. It drives so good.

  • Vincent R

    Vincent R

    19 dager siden

    @Dr. Skillz this VN dct drives like a rear wheel drive. Only thing I cant do is drifting in rain. Well I still have my manual 2015 scion frs for that. VN dct is just crazy good. I know that on may they r making same car in elantra N with same drive train. And also Kona N w AWD

  • Dr. Skillz

    Dr. Skillz

    19 dager siden

    You don’t miss the rear wheel drive feeling?

  • Mihail Petrovici
    Mihail Petrovici20 dager siden

    11:10 this is just wrong from a car guy perspective

  • Mihail Petrovici
    Mihail Petrovici20 dager siden

    Yeah, '90 was the peak of cars

  • Ugnius Juozapavičius
    Ugnius Juozapavičius20 dager siden

    Or better jet put a tiny bit bigger radiator and have that power at all time with out gimmic button

  • The Burden
    The Burden20 dager siden

    Somebody made fun of V-tec by telling me it's like boost-lag, ALL the time.. so if I wanted performance, why would I only have power some of the time, and not all of the time? Obviously my civic wasn't a race car, but it stands clear to me, that it's silly to limit a car, if as the driver, I want to have control. Track NTS is pretty cool, set launch controls are perfect for sports cars, all of which really sets Hyundai in a neat place in the market in my eyes. It's pretty slick, but I still would hate to have to hit a button, and then wait again to get the performance I expect out of the car.

  • Ai Bada
    Ai Bada20 dager siden

    Is 140lb extra weight from the DCT alone, or did it also include other optional features?

  • Engineering Explained

    Engineering Explained

    17 dager siden

    Everything combined, difference in weight between the two cars.

  • geemy geemy
    geemy geemy20 dager siden

    was wondering, is it possible to fix the issue of dct wearing and heating when doing a lot of low speed stop n go and crawling in traffic with foot on the brake pedal.maybe with brake by wire when crawling, the very first part of the brake pedal travel could just progressively disengage the clutch without actually braking, if you want to coast for instance its better to just unclutch than have both engine applying positive torque and brakes applying negative torque. you just have to figure out how to make it feel natural even if you are downhill or uphill. or maybe remove crawling all together. I think evs are great because you can go seamlessly from applying positive torque to zero torque like coasting to negative torque (braking). wether it's one pedal or with two pedal is not the most important in my opinion, it's the fact that everything is done smoothly with no disruption. allows to be both quick and comfortable, so if transmissions manage to reach this level of smoothness it would definitely make ice better.

  • GT6SuzukaTimeTrials
    GT6SuzukaTimeTrials20 dager siden

    I hate how hard it's becoming to justify buying a 3 pedal car.



    19 dager siden

    Just go ahead and buy it.... don't think much...

  • Greenday694 SCBMW
    Greenday694 SCBMW20 dager siden

    I run a lot of HPDE. And I've driven many cars on different tracks. The DCT in quite a few of them could yield faster lap times. But that's not the main reason I do this. I do it because I enjoy every aspect driving my car to its limit. Good outcome or bad, I control the car. Not the other way around. As my lap time gets better, it's because I am breaking more effectively, shifting more efficiently, turning in and out of Corners smoother. As in life, it's not about the destination , it's about the journey.

  • KevinK2


    19 dager siden

    I agree. I've done a few hundred HPDE events at Summit Point (main track), and working the stick, pedals, and throttle are the fun factor. The journey included rebuilding the car to SCCA spec's for DP, but keeping it streetable.

  • geemy geemy
    geemy geemy20 dager siden

    cool tricks but it almost sounds like any performance DCT should have it. having shortest gear shifts with almost no loss of power is really what DCT's are promising from the start, sounds logical to have a regular mode that minimizes wear on the clutches and maximises comfort, and sport mode that just maximizes performance. being able to compute the best gear at any speed or to memorize a downshifts sounds like a programmer's one day job including testing. 30s boost has nothing to do with the transmission. it's nice that they went all in with launch control optimization, sounds like it could become standard soon on any performance oriented car. cheaper to make some software optimizations like this, that you can quite easily share across different models, than design and produce performance parts like lighter pistons/valves...and an easy way to differentiate standard version and performance version at no cost

  • king Queen
    king Queen20 dager siden

    You really analyzed deeply . Well done!!

  • a51mj12
    a51mj1221 dag siden

    AAAAAAND welcome.

  • Sean Walaszek
    Sean Walaszek21 dag siden

    This car is a Prius .

  • Mr3X7R3M3
    Mr3X7R3M321 dag siden

    A lot of these “New ideas” have been around for a LONG time... most automatics since 1998 have been able to “learn” driving habits and adjust shifting accordingly... not exactly a huge selling point to anyone who actually knows about cars lol

  • natethekvd


    20 dager siden

    this is true but i think hyundai’s system is more refined, also the downshift memory is pretty cool

  • Ek Seng Ng
    Ek Seng Ng21 dag siden

    but how can it increase boost and torque without increasing hp?

  • jeckoneedlemeyer
    jeckoneedlemeyer21 dag siden

    2.3bar is 33.3psi, I assume that includes barometric pressure?

  • KevinK2


    20 dager siden

    Yes it does. At sea level, subtract 14.7psi and you get 18.6 psi on the boost gauge.

  • Brian Murray
    Brian Murray21 dag siden

    Why would someone buy a "fun" car without the most fun transmission? If 0-60 time is your key reason to get the DCT over the manual, there are faster cars for the same price. Driver engagement and fun is the key for a car like this, not 0-60 time. Still impressive to have a real DCT on such an inexpensive car.

  • reyals llort
    reyals llort21 dag siden

    But what is more fun and lighter, manual. If you want to go faster stop thinking and sing a song.

  • Eli Yumnik
    Eli Yumnik21 dag siden

    So basically NGS is DRS for the street

  • Josue Galvan FRS
    Josue Galvan FRS21 dag siden

    All these N. *blank* features sound like something off of Crash Bandicoot lol

  • RR 10
    RR 1021 dag siden

    Car guys be like: bUt iT's nOt A mAnUaL

  • Ted Tedness
    Ted Tedness21 dag siden

    Please please tell Hyundai "us" Hyundai 7 speed DCT users need a DCT high performance driving tune FLASH because their programing is SO SO SO SO SO terrible. The programing is great if you drive like a Grandpa. The minute you drive in a high performance style . ( AKA 1 day of tuning with ONE Hyundai DCT engineer that had a MASSIVE hang over and who was planning on quiting that week and had a horrible attitude. THAT engineer was the one who did the high performance coding for just one day (1/2 day really) that made it into production models of the Kona, Elantra, Veloster, ect) HORRIBLE high performance coding of the 7 speed DCT. HORRIBLE. We need a DCT flash to fix their EPIC failure of crap coding.

  • AllTheBestNames
    AllTheBestNames21 dag siden

    But how much does it cost to replace a worn DCT? Thats the real question.

  • Catholic Firefighter
    Catholic Firefighter21 dag siden

    *MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL Engineering Explained FANS! CHRIST IS BORN! GLORIFY HIM!* *StopTheSteal 🇹 🇷 🇺 🇲 🇵 2020*

  • MiloAis9000
    MiloAis900022 dager siden

    video games breaking out to real world

  • NSH_2814
    NSH_281422 dager siden

    Good informative video. But as a KDM fan I truly hate it when youtubers get paid lots of cash to promote Hyundai instead of speaking facts or expressing genuine opinions.

  • Hari Venkates
    Hari Venkates22 dager siden

    Hey, Hi Jason, Loving this Hyundai series. Just a feedback, I don't know if you have considered the option of time stamping the video or not, but it would be helpful while rewatching the video to skip to the point where we want to be or even when watching it for the first time.

  • The Ranch
    The Ranch22 dager siden

    *two of them*

  • Damo B
    Damo B22 dager siden

    AWD yet??? Ill wait a little longer

  • Kavi4


    15 dager siden

    Buy a golf

  • rjcook450
    rjcook45022 dager siden

    I love my 6 speed VN, but the DCT looks fun also. Good cars coming from Hyundai, just picked up a 2021 Palisade Limited to go along with our VN and Santa Fe. Great for the weather in and around Boise area.

  • Joshua Erickson
    Joshua Erickson22 dager siden

    holy crap my 3.8 Genesis Coupe is only 200 pounds heavier than a turbo economy car?!

  • James Garrison
    James Garrison22 dager siden

    So they made an over complicated car 2 shave .5 seconds off

  • arjunyg


    19 dager siden

    I mean it’s not mechanical complexity...and 0.5 seconds is a fair bit to get for essentially free (no weight, parts, etc.).

  • Holt 0216
    Holt 021622 dager siden

    Honestly really tired of seeing paid promotions from Hyundai about the veloster N on every automotive YT channel. This car isn’t going to bring you back Hyundai. sns

  • sledger2003
    sledger200322 dager siden

    J .. Happy Christmas to you and yours. I wonder if you'd consider doing a video on why most manufacturers seem reluctant to build a diesel hybrid. (Merc build a full diesel hybrid in Europe while Audi build a mild hybrid). Shouldn't it be more prevalent considering that it may be the next step in truck engines ? (rather than going directly to electric). A Euro 6 diesel with SCR is just as clean as a petrol engine and is far more fuel efficient.

  • DxCBuG
    DxCBuG22 dager siden

    I would love a "pass now" button for my Seat Leon Cupra - i am jealous now of all Hyiundai N DCT owners :D Would remove the alien lag if you just floor it and you could conciously overtake with less drama

  • TM
    TM22 dager siden

    You have to say “To soon junior!” Before you press it

    JOHN YOUNGQUIST22 dager siden

    Extraordinary complexity for pitiful performance. The upcoming electric generation will look back on this and laugh.