Hyundai i20 N Line Launched - Prices start from Rs 9.84 lakh

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Hyundai i20 N Line has been launched in the Indian market and the prices start from Rs 9.84 lakh. In a nutshell, i20 N Line is Rs 50,000 dearer than the i20 and gets few mechanical upgrades. Hyundai i20 N Line is offered in N6 iMT, N8 iMT and N8 DCT at Rs 9.84 lakh, 10.87 lakh and 11.75 lakh respectively.

 

 

Hyundai i20 N Line Launched - Exteriors

Hyundai i20 N Line gets a sporty body kit and various other styling changes. At the front, we get a chequered-flag inspired grille with N Line badging and sculpted lower bumper. Other than that, we get the new 16-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels with red brake callipers and N-Line badging on the side fenders, dual-tip exhaust, roof spoiler with side extenders and N-Line badging on the boot lid.

 

Hyundai i20 N Line Launched - Exteriors

 

Hyundai i20 N Line Launched - Interiors

On the inside, we get N-Line leather seat upholstery, an all-black dashboard with red mood lighting, red inserts on AC vents and HVAC controls, N steering wheel with paddle shifters, sporty metallic pedals and golf ball gear shifter for the iMT models. The DCT variants get a unique N gear shifter with Sports mode and paddle shifters.

 

Hyundai i20 N Line Launched - Interiors

 

Hyundai i20 N Line Launched Specifications

Talking about the mechanical changes, Hyundai has tweaked the suspension with 30% stiffer damping, sharper steering ratio and offered rear disc brakes. Hyundai has also added a ruckus exhaust system that sounds soothing and revs out with small crackles. The performance is the same as before, 120hp and 172 Nm from a 1.0-litre T-GDI petrol engine. Hyundai i20 N Line takes on the likes of the Polo GT TSI and Altroz i-Turbo.

 

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Amit Saraswat

Amit Saraswat

Born and brought up in Agra, he grew up reading magazines more than textbooks. With a keen interest in cars, he decided to make his future in automotive journalism and is currently handling content at Carorbis.

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