Hyundai’s range of N-designed parts builds on the eyecatching design language by adding a deeper front bumper, a black grille with vertical slats and copper accents, hood vents, a two-piece roof-mounted spoiler, and a redesigned rear bumper with quad exhausts surrounded by a carbon fibre diffuser. The 21-inch alloys also contribute to the mean overview and gives the SUV a bolder look. As for the interior, Hyundai added carbon fiber trim on the dashboard, the steering wheel, and the door panels. Passengers riding along can also feel just as sporty, with sporty seats being fitted in the second row and reportedly alcantara upholstery will be made available. More options include but are not limited to items like rubber floor mats, LED ambient lighting, a pet package, a rear-seat entertainment system, and several other accessories from Hyundai’s TUIX.