The Hyundai Elantra N is one of the most dynamic and connected front-wheel-drive vehicles we’ve ever driven; it’s right up there with the vaunted Honda Civic Type R. Hyundai’s steering tuning is near-perfect, always communicating what the front wheels are up to. Torque steer is minimized with the clever front differential, and the DCT helps put down the power easily with minimal wheel slip. The chassis tuning is equally great, giving feedback to the driver and inspiring insane confidence.This is a firm car, so we’d warn anyone looking to use is it as a family hauler. That being said, we can’t believe how well Hyundai tuned the adaptive suspension in its softest setting, making the Elantra N livable as a daily driver. In its stiffest setting, the suspension can knock your teeth out, so it is best used on the smoothest of roads.Fortunately, the N Division (like BMW’s M Division) lets you tune every aspect of the car. You can save the steering, engine, suspension, transmission, traction control, and stability control settings to one of two custom N modes, which are quickly accessible on the steering wheel.