Will it be a sedan? Will it be a sports car? Whatever it is, it should be awesome.

Rumors of an N-branded halo model have been swirling for months. Specifically a mid-engined, two-seat sports car. But now it looks like the anticipated performance vehicle could be in the early stages of development. A new report confirms the arrival of the so-called N halo model – and soon, we hope.

According to Vice President of high-performance and motorsport, Thomas Schemera, Hyundai's N division is working on a standalone halo model. The arrival of the i30 N and Veloster N mark the "completion of the first phase of N vehicles," said Schemera in an interview with AutoExpress. Next in line is a range-topper.

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"I can tell you Albert Biermann [Hyundai engineering boss] and myself are interested in hot things and have some ideas in the pipeline for a halo model," promises Schemera. "Rest assured we are coming up with something."

It's unclear exactly what the brand considers a halo model, though. There is reportedly still an internal debate as to whether it should be a two-seat sports car – similar to the RM 16 N concept we've seen testing – or a sporty sedan like the Kia Stinger and Genesis G70. With those uncertainties, that means we probably won't see this vehicle for another few years.

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"We are just starting," Biermann said in a previous interview. "Our sales network is not used to performance cars, and we need to take a little time. Spreading out too many cars too fast is not the right thing. If we started with a bespoke car in the first place, people would have no idea what to do with such a car."

Source:  AutoExpress

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