Hyundai launches i20 N and i20 N-Line productionJune 10, 2021
The Korean automobile concern has begun production of the new i20 N and i20 N-Line at its Hyundai Assan Otomotiv Sanayi plant in Izmit, Turkey. The new models will be built in line with the i10, i10 N-Line and the usual brand new i20 in the lineup.
Combining the best-in-class connectivity and safety of the new i20 with the sporty looks of the N Line, the new N Line is designed to bring a dynamic experience to even more customers. The dynamic appearance of the car is facilitated by gray accents reminiscent of motorsport, a sleek rear bumper, triangular fog lamps and a chrome twin tailpipe exhaust system.
The all-new i20 N-Line is powered by an 84 hp 1.2-liter MPi engine. and a 1.0-liter T-GDI with 100 or 120 hp. The latter is available with 48-volt mild hybrid technology, which can also be combined with an intelligent manual transmission (iMT).
The all-new high-performance hatchback delivers the ultimate driving pleasure with a high-performance engine and dynamic technological innovation. Designed under the motto “The Ultimate Cornering Rider”, its exterior features sporty elements such as a prominent front bumper with large air intake, a wide radiator grille with N logo and a spoiler with red accents.
Under the hood of the i20 N version is a 1.6-liter turbocharged GDI engine with a six-speed manual transmission (6MT). It delivers a maximum power of 204 hp. and a top speed of 230 km / h, accelerating the model to 100 km / h in just 6.2 seconds. The “charged” novelty is equipped with a number of specialized high-performance functions, including Launch Control and Rev Matching. In addition, five different driving modes optimize driving parameters for different conditions. Strong acceleration, sports suspension and responsive handling all contribute to the dynamic character of the new N version.
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