Hyundai’s N NPX1 concept teases aftermarket upgrades for Ioniq 5 N

The recently introduced 2024 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N delivers impressive performance from the start, but Hyundai’s N division has ambitious plans to enhance both performance and aesthetics. A glimpse into these upgrades is provided through a concept debuting at the 2024 Tokyo Auto Salon this weekend.

The concept, named the Ioniq 5 NPX1, features various components, with select items set to be released soon through the N Performance Parts catalog. Among the elements showcased are carbon fiber aerodynamic components like the front splitter, side skirts, rear diffuser, and rear wing.

Featuring lower springs, high-performance brake pads, and hybrid wheels with carbon-fiber rims and metal spokes and hubs, the concept extends its enhancements to the interior, which, although undisclosed by Hyundai, holds additional components.

Among the enhancements highlighted by the automaker are racing bucket seats and Alcantara trim, with Hyundai expressing its intent to provide software upgrades for its N vehicles.

Heading the N division, Joon Park announced the ongoing development of software customization, focusing on sound and vehicle calibration for over-the-air updates. Hyundai plans to release N Performance Parts for the Ioniq 5 N and other N models later this year.

Propelled by a dual-motor all-wheel-drive system, the Ioniq 5 N delivers a peak of 600 hp, with a temporary boost option to reach 641 hp. Expect acceleration from 0-60 mph in approximately 3.3 seconds and a top speed of 162 mph.

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