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Hyundai Will Take On The Ford Focus RS and Civic Type R With A New Super Hot Hatch

After a few almost-but-not-quite-there performance cars, Hyundai is finally getting serious about offering something that can really light your face on fire. The automaker recently formed its own N-brand performance division and the first car will gun for the Focus RS and Civic Type R. Read more...
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