2021 Hyundai i20 N Line variant details leaked ahead of August 24 unveil
Soon after Hyundai confirmed the entry of its N Line brand of performance-focused offerings in India, a few more details have surfaced about the Hyundai i20 N Line. The i20 N Line will be first of these performance-focused offerings and will be the new top-spec version of the i20 hatchback when it makes its India debut on August 24.
2021 Hyundai i20 N Line variants
The leaked type approval certificates show that the Hyundai i20 N Line will be offered with the iMT clutchless manual transmission as well as with the 7-speed DCT. Both will be paired with the 1.0-litre three-cylinder T-GDi turbo-petrol which should make an appearance here in its 120PS and 172 Nm form. The iMT will be offered in the top Asta(O) variant while two new variants exclusive to the N Line - N6 and N8 - will also be available. The DCT will come in two options, the Asta(O) and the N8. Separating the N Line will be a more dynamic suspension tune although a power bump isn't expected.
Hyundai i20 N Line exterior and interior changes
The Hyundai i20 N Line should be offered with a new grille with the N 'chequered flag' motif, subtle side skirts, and a revised rear bumper with twin exhausts along with gloss black highlights all around. There should be a new look to the alloy wheels with sizes increasing to 17-inches and well as separate paint pallets to choose from. On the inside, there should be an N-specific steering wheel and upholstery, metal pedals and gear shifter, adding to the N-themed fully-digital instrumentation and 10.25-inch central touchscreen and also BlueLink connectivity.
Hyundai i20 N Line launch date expected prices
The N Line range should debut in India on August 24 with prices to follow after, just as the festive season starts to pick up. The top version of the Hyundai i20's prices start from Rs 10 lakh for the iMT versions, going up to Rs 11.40 for the DCTs. The N Line should come as a Rs 50,000 to 60,000 premium over this.
Starts Rs 6.8 Lakhs
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