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    Hyundai i20 N-Line All The Extra Features

    by Mahesh Yadav on Tuesday, Aug 24 2021

    Hyundai India today completely revealed the i20 N-Line and started accepting bookings for the car. You can book yours online or with a dealer for Rs. 25,000. Online bookings will start soon.

     

    Hyundai I20 N-line

    As expected, the N-Line turned out to be a complete visual treat but the addition of some mechanical changes turned out to be a surprise.

    HYUNDAI i20 N-LINE COSMETIC UPGRADES

    New steering wheel

    Redesigned front grille

    Redesigned 16-inch alloy wheels

    Red front brake callipers

    Red inserts in the front, sides and rear

    Red ambient lights

    Twin tip exhaust

    Gear knob with N logo

    Metallic pedals

    Black interiors with red inserts

    Red inserts on upholstery

    Rear spoiler

    HYUNDAI i20 N-LINE MECHANICAL UPGRADES

    Modified exhaust note

    Stiffer suspension tuning

    Rear disc brakes

    The only functional upgrade for the i20 N-Line is the inclusion of paddle shifters for the model with the DCT automatic.

    For the most part, the i20 N-line remains mechanically identical. Hyundai claim that the i20 N-Line can hit 100kmph from 0 in 9.9 seconds with the 1.0-litre turbo petrol engine. The fuel efficiency remains identical to the non-N-line models. So, 20kmpl with the ACMT and 20.25kmpl with the DCT automatic. Similarly, the engine specs remain unchanged too. The i20 N-Line makes 120PS of power and 172Nm of torque.

    Also read - 2021 Hyundai i20 Variants Explained

    If the N-Line does 0-100kmph in 9.9 seconds, then the i20 turbo petrol with 15-inch wheels and drum brakes in the rear should do even better with less rotating mass. While large alloy wheels look nice, there’s a reason why F1 cars run on 13-14-inch wheels. Even competition-spec off-roaders run on tall-sidewall tyres. Less rotating mass transfers the torque down to the road more efficiently and also helps save fuel.

    The i20 N-Line will come in red, grey, and white colours. Blue and red will also have the option of dual-tone paint schemes.

    Hyundai may give more cars the N-treatment. Here’s the list of cars that may get N-Line variants: Hyundai N-Line Expected Cars List


    ABOUT THE AUTHOR

    Mahesh is a fan of compact, quirky and underrated vehicles that punch above their weight. Multix, Nano, Strom R3 and Navi are his favorites.

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