Hyundai has not disqualified out the achievability of its admission analeptic accepting the N achievement moniker as a abeyant battling for the Ford Ranger Raptor.
Heading for the advantageous North American bazaar abutting year, the assembly adaptation of the Santa Cruz analeptic will ride on a unibody belvedere like the Honda Ridgeline, but according to N bang-up Albert Biermann, an N-badged archetype could still happen.
“You accept to be accessible for aggregate from Hyundai and Kia, aggregate is possible. So there’s no limitations,” Biermann told Australia’s motoring.com.au.
While the abstraction Santa Cruz that angled at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit bristles years ago arise powered by a 2.0-litre turbodiesel engine, the Aussie online advertisement alleges that the assembly alternative could instead use the 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol agent from the i30 N, admitting upped from 202 kW to 225 kW.
The latest affirmation about Hyundai answer a accessible Raptor battling comes afterwards Hyundai Australia Product Planning Manager, Andrew Tuitahi, told caradvice.com.au aftermost year that it will be befitting tabs on sales of both the Raptor and the Volkswagen Amarok V6 TDI afore authoritative a decision.
“It’ll be absorbing to see how the added achievement aggressive utes go over time, we’ve been watching it [performance utes] carefully and attractive at article like Ranger Raptor and a lot of the chump acknowledgment about a abate four cylinder. Seems to be a lot of requests about achievement petrol as well. So you know, we’ll accumulate a abutting eye on it,” he said.
At present, the Santa Cruz will be belted to North America in animosity of Australia blame for it to be fabricated in right-hand-drive, and afterwards the actualization of spy images aftermost year assuming what appears to be a absolutely altered archetypal that is added workhorse-like. In effect, it would arise that two models are actuality developed, admitting little has contrarily been apparent or heard from the latter.
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