Citation de https://www.motortrend.com/reviews/2024-hyundai-ioniq-5-n-prototype-first-drive-review/ (2024 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N Prototype First Drive Review: Something Special) :
« Switching stability control off completely and toggling a virtual switch on the N Mode screen actuates the N Drift Optimizer. This does exactly what it says on the tin, programming the Ioniq 5 N's stability control, e-LSD, and front-to-rear torque distribution systems to allow effortless, easily controlled drifts. Though the 2024 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N rotates nicely on turn-in, when you lift off the accelerator or dab the brakes, if needed you can keep your foot on the accelerator and toggle both the left and right paddles on the steering wheel simultaneously. This initiates a simulated pro-drift-style "clutch-kick" to get the car sideways on corner entry.
Keeping the stability control off and setting the torque split to 20-percent front and 80-percent rear gave much the same feel as Drift mode (which works on a 25/75 front/rear torque split), but you need quicker hands and feet to deal with the instant-on response of the Ioniq 5 N's electric powertrain. If you're in the zone, though, the Ioniq 5 N feels at once slightly sharper and freer, its cornering attitude and speed more able to be finessed by steering, acceleration, and braking.
The 2024 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N prototype has production versions of the virtual engine noise and virtual dual-clutch transmission features we experienced in the Ioniq 6-based RN22e "Rolling Lab" concept car we drove in Germany last year. The engine noise—there will be a choice of three—is surprisingly convincing as it rises and falls in conjunction with wheel speed. The fake gear shifts—created by software that interrupts and changes the torque at the wheels, just as happens when you shift gears in a gasoline-engine car—are actuated via the steering-wheel paddles that otherwise control the levels of energy regen. You may activate both features independently in any of the drive modes. »