Hyundai has introduced the i20 N Line 2021 hatchbackSeptember 30, 2020
The South Korean brand has introduced a compact hatchback Hyundai I20 in the N Line version. The main feature of the new 2021 model year is a more aggressive appearance, but the car has not received changes in terms of performance.
The press service of the automaker presented a hatchback Hyundai i20 N Line 2021 model year performed by N Line. As in other models, the N Line version boasts a spectacular appearance, but in terms of performance, no changes are observed. This means that you can have double exhaust pipes, but a standard 1.2-liter supercharged gasoline engine developing 83 hp. Also available is a 1.0-liter turbocharged engine with 99 or 118 hp. Optionally for the engine can be offered with the technology of “soft” hybrid to reduce emissions and reduce fuel consumption.
The I20 N Line uses a more aggressive body kit with more aggressive front and rear bumpers, as well as exclusive 17-inch wheels with a chic two-tone design.
The hot hatch simulator can be made in Phantom Black, Aurora Gray, Brass and Polar White, and the latter is optionally available with a Phantom Black roof for a contrasting effect.
Hyundai has made some changes to the interior, where the i20 N Line received a pair of sporty front seats and a steering wheel with the N logo.
The newest car will go on sale in Europe in the spring of 2021, and next year there will be a really powerful version of the i20 N with a 200-horsepower engine. Many mechanical changes are expected, in addition to the enhanced transmission, including sharper steering, powerful brakes and a stiffer suspension.
Not so long ago, we reported that images of Hyundai Tucson N appeared on the Internet. Renders of Hyundai Tucson N appeared on the Internet on Sunday, September 27. These images were developed by an independent designer under the nickname KDesign AG.
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