Hyundai publishes pricing for 2021 “charged” Sonata N LineNovember 7, 2020
The press service of the South Korean brand has published a price list for the “charged” sedan Hyundai Sonata N Line 2021 model year. The most powerful version of the novelty can be purchased at a bargain price.
We first learned about the 2021 Hyundai Sonata N Line late last year, when the company said the more powerful version of their sedan would get 290 horsepower (422 Nm). Now that there are only a few weeks left before the N Line gets to the brand dealers, we know the prices for the new product.
Minimum price will be $ 33,200 (all-season version) or $ 33,400
The justification for the high price tag is the most powerful engine ever in a Sonata – a 2.5-liter turbocharged inline-four mated to an eight-speed wet clutch transmission. The new engine is based on Hyundai’s existing 2.5-liter naturally aspirated four-cylinder engine. Its design now includes a forced intake system, new engine components and an improved cooling / temperature control system.
In addition, the DCT robotic transmission has undergone major changes. The transmission now boasts better internal cooling and lubrication compared to a dry clutch transmission. Hyundai N engineers developed the DCT themselves, adding eight gears to improve efficiency and productivity. Faster gear ratios improve throttle response when cornering, as do stiffer rear springs; thicker front and rear anti-roll bars; and stiffer engine, transmission and suspension mounts. Large 13.6-inch front and 12.8-inch rear brakes allow for efficient braking.
The 2021 Sonata N Line will also receive a set of 19-inch alloy wheels, unique front and rear bumpers, a rear spoiler and a twin exhaust with four tailpipes. The bucket seats feature the signature Hyundai N design, covered in Nappa leather and Dinamica microfiber suede.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the interior of the updated Hyundai ix35 crossover was shown before the premiere. The presentation of the small crossover will take place in November. Let’s remind that the exterior was no longer a secret back in September.
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