In the US market small efficient sporty cars are a niche market (prime example Fiesta ST) which I previously owned. Watching FORD bail out of the small car market in the US just shows that Americans do not generally buy them. The EU is a different story. Their market has a bigger affinity for them. Allot has to do with their taxes and fuel costs. My lease was up on my FiST so I was looking for a hatch similar to it. Low and behold the 2020 N-line pops up. Needed a automatic as well so my wife could drive so I was impressed with the 7-speed DCT offering. Very few were in my area so I ended up getting a white DCT car without Tech pkg. Currently very happy with my choice and I do not miss my FiST quite as much. Also it is as close as the US can get to the I30 N I so absolutely would love to own. Stay tuned as hopefully Hyundai will provide the US with more exciting efficient small cars. The insatiable appetite the US has for large trucks and SUV's is killing our segment.