On tests noticed “evil” baby Hyundai i10 N Line 2020August 21, 2019
Hyundai i10 N Line is essentially the same compact city hatchback, only with a more aggressive aerodynamic body kit. The new 2020 model year will compete with the Kia Picanto GT Line. The presentation of the usual Hyundai i10 should happen in a couple of weeks.
Very, very compact city car Hyundai i10 will soon be presented in a new (third) generation. We have already published a sketch of the design of the novelty, which will be presented at the September Frankfurt Motor Show. And now, foreign journalists caught in their lenses a test prototype of a miniature hatchback. While some are tempted to say that this is a full-fledged model of the N-series (a more powerful performance of the car), we are 99% sure that this is just a version of the N Line.
Such designs can boast of a more aggressive aerodynamic body kit, while the engine remains standard.
You can expect the appearance of double exhaust pipes, large rims. Hyundai has already produced similar models – it’s about the Tucson N Line crossover, as well as the i30 Fastback N Line. The I10 N Line can get tighter suspension settings and improved handling.
Under the hood of the novelty is likely to be a three-cylinder 1.0-liter gasoline engine. It produces 99 horsepower and 171 Nm of torque in the aforementioned Picanto GT Line, but Hyundai and Kia also have at their disposal a 1.0-liter 118 hp turbo engine.
As mentioned above, the standard version of the South Korean hatchback Hyundai i10 2020 model year will be shown in a few weeks. It is still unknown whether the N Line version will be available for purchase immediately or not.
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