@TouringTech - Those look sick! I want them now 🙂 Did you have to remove the tires to install them?
No, not at all! It may be easier to, but the instructions tell you to just turn the wheel. However, it's tight. I'd recommend a swivel socket, and a Phillips Head. I did my flaps, and my roommate's flaps for his Veloster 2.0 Premium in about an hour and half.
Ignore how dirty my car is; I was evacuated from my house for about a week and was too pumped to install them
As nice as they look... they are fricken expensive.
The OEM Hyundai mudguards for the standard GT, and former GT Sport, were only something like $90 front and back. And they are genuine parts.
The 2018-2020 OEM Mudguards do not fit the N-Line. It says it on the Hyundai Accessory Resource Center (ARC), and on the instructions for the part itself. (The front says they will, but however they will not, as my Dealer has tried to, and failed miserably)