The engineer who developed the chassis of the Hyundai i30N is the project manager of “Kia Ceed GT” that promises to sensations that are similar to the i30N although in a pack something less aggressive.
Hyundai has been able to read the tastes of a certain segment of customers who are looking for sports cars to compact and has developed a new division sports which they have named “N” which has already yielded its first fruits with the i30 N and Veloster N, two models which have been very well received by the press and the public.
As a member of the conglomerate Hyundai, Kia Motors is also determined to launch sport versions of some of their models and one of them will be the new Kia Ceed which we got to know a few days ago thanks to the diffusion of its first official images, a car that will have its debut in a few weeks when they debut worldwide in the framework of the Geneva Auto show in march 2018 to be held in the month of march.
Improvements in the chassis for the new KIA Pro_cee’d GT
according to the first information, the new Kia Ceed GT is already in development because the south Korean manufacturer plans to launch next year. The Kia Ceed GT will take the stage as their development and implementation to the circuit of Nürburgring Nordschleife and ensure that it will be more fun and sporty than its predecessor.
the man behind The new Ceed GT is Albert Biermann, head of development for the Hyundai i30 N, and promises a sporting behaviour, although without reaching the levels of the product of Hyundai.
If we talk about mechanical, there is still no confirmation of which will be the engine that will hide under the hood as there are several alternatives. It is unlikely that recourse to engine 2.0-liter turbo with 275 CV, which is used by the i30N, as they possibly use that same block, but with a power that could be in the range of 200-250 HP, since the idea behind this sport is to get a car with a good dynamic behaviour, although not as radical as the model of Hyundai.