Motorsport-inspired styling of i20 N line offers a spirited look. The chequered-style grille on the front, dominant lines not the hood and red colour on the bumper, red brake calipers, 16-inch alloy wheels.
i20 N Line will be available in 4 monotone colours and 2 dual-tone options. On the rear, the hatchback packs an aerodynamic roof spoiler and side gate spoiler, dual-tone bumper, twin-tip muffler.
Inside the cabin, the interior is laid in all-black material with red sporty stitching. Hyundai claims the optically linked driver’s display and instrument cluster amplify the sporty feel.
Creature comforts include red ambient lighting, Bose speakers, Bluelink Connected car tech (58 features), sport pedals (slip-resistant rubber pads), 3-spoke leather wheel, cruise control and sunroof and wireless charging.
Under the hood of the i20 N Line is 1.0L GDi petrol, which generated 120hp and 172 Nm. Transmission duties are carried out by either 6-iMT and 7-speed DCT (paddle shifters). Hyundai claims 20+ kmpl for the engine.
In terms of safety, the i20 N Line offers 6 airbags, all-disc brakes, ESP (electronic stability program), hill assist TPMS and vehicle stability management.
Hyundai is offering wonder warranty scheme with the i20 N Line.
“N Line cars are aimed for customers who have a distinct liking for WRC cars and lead an active lifestyle,” Tarun Garg, Director, Sales & Marketing, Hyundai Motor India, said.
Hyundai has 11 N Line models globally and has clocked 1 lakh units in 40 countries since 2018.
N in N Line nomenclature stands for Namyang, Hyundai’s global R&D centre and tried and tested at Nurburgring race circuit.