After launching New i20 in the market, now Korean automaker Hyundai reportedly planning to launch i20 N line in the market, highly camouflaged i20 N Line model found testing in Delhi, looks and appearance-wise N line appears similar to New i20 Model but comes with a lot more features which me it an absolute charm to drive
- Highly camouflaged Prototype found testing in Delhi
- Hyundai i20 expected to launch by first Half of 2021
- Gets upgraded chassis, batter brakes, N line badging, dual exhaust system, sporty looks and more
- The Hyundai i20 N Line is Similar to Skoda’s RS, Volkswagen’s GTI or Ford’s RS
The i20 N line model is expected to launch with slightly stiffer suspension and revised steering system, The international specs of Hyundai i20 N line come with same 1.2-litre petrol and 1.0-litre turbo petrol engine option, if we talk about changes then the Hyundai i20 N line comes with the new exhaust system and dual mufflers,
In terms of looks, the Hyundai i20 N line model gets new front grille, new bumpers, attractive different alloy wheels, N line badging at front and rear, to make it sportier it shall get all-black interior with red accents, further just like international spec N line variant, India bound Hyundai i20 N line variant too shall come with leather-wrapped gear knob, new sporty-looking steering wheel, sporty metal pedals, car seats too shall get N line badging over them
The international-spec model also gets an optional 48V mild-hybrid system on the 1.0L turbo-petrol model, but we doubt that Hyundai would offer it in the Indian version, as it would make the car significantly more expensive.
Expected Launch date
The Hyundai i20 N Line is expected to launch in Indian market by Mid 2021, the expected price shall be around 12 lacks (Ex-Showroom) N brand is headed to India. Similar to Skoda’s RS, Volkswagen’s GTI or Ford’s RS,
What comes inside Hyundai i20 N
The Hyundai i20 ‘N-Line variant’ comes equipped with a most powerful engine in the range, it also gets suspension mods, and have some sporty additions on the exterior and interior will be first off the block.
Full-blown ‘N cars’ that get a considerably more powerful engine, a stiffened chassis, upgraded springs and dampers an improved steering and better brakes are what Hyundai will look at getting later to India. Hyundai says the N cars work so well due to its WRC experience
The brand is also likely to launch N-Line versions of the Nios, Venue and some of its larger cars, like the new Elantra