The Hyundai i20 N Line has been unveiled and is a range-topper for its third-gen i20. This is the first run through the i20 that has gotten an N Line trim-level. The model is estimated to be presented in global business sectors in the first half of 2021.
Similarly, as with the N Line form of the i30 hatchback, the i20 N Line includes various new styling components roused by Hyundai's N execution arm. This gives a smart thought of what's in store from the to the max i20 N hot incubate, when it shows up universally, one year from now.
At the front, the N Line is separate from lower trims by another bumper with a dim differentiating stripe, a dark grille with a "checkered flag" style design and a conspicuous N Line identification.
The motorsport theme proceeds to the rear, where the i20 N Line gets a diffuser-style guard, a three-sided haze light like that of the i30 N hot hatch and a chrome twin-exit exhaust.
The N Line will be accessible in a choice of four exterior hues: Phantom Black, Aurora Gray, Brass and Polar White, the last of which comes with a dark rooftop. The styling bundle features a set of bespoke, dual-tone 17-inch alloy wheels. It's inside is to a great extent inspired from the latest i20, yet gains N badging and red sewing all through, sport front seats, a bespoke steering wheel, metal pedals and an N-marked leather gear handle.
The powertrain is furnished with 48V gentle mixture innovation and alternatively accessible with Hyundai's new Intelligent Manual Transmission (iMT), for increased productivity. Hyundai has additionally made changes to the vehicle's suspension, quickening agent reaction and fumes sound to improve the driving experience.
The new Hyundai i20 will accompany three motor choices in India, the 1.0-litre turbo-petroleum, the 1.2-liter normally suctioned petroleum and the 1.5-litre diesel. This will be joined by various new highlights accessible in the global model.