Hyundai recently launched i20 N-Line in the Indian market. It is basically a sportier looking version of the regular i20 that is available in the market. Hyundai has made several cosmetic and mechanical changes to differentiate it from the regular i20. We drove the new i20 N Line recently in Udaipur, Rajasthan and review for the same is available on our website as well. If you want to read the detailed review about i20 N Line, click here. Hyundai has now released to new TVCs for the i20 N Line purely focusing on the fun factor of this premium hatchback.
Both these advertisements have been shared by Hyundai India on their YouTube channel. Hyundai has made several changes to the i20 to make in N Line. Starting from the front, the large cascading grille has been replaced for chequered flag design in gloss black finish. N Line badging is also seen here. Lower part of the bumper gets a gloss black lip which adds to aggressive and sporty look of the car. Red colour accents are seen on front lip, side skirt and rear bumper.
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The chrome on the regular i20 has been given smoked effect. Unlike regular i20 high end version, N Line gets projector headlamps not LEDs. Coming to the side profile, there are sporty looking N Line exclusive 16 inch alloy wheels. All four wheels get disc brakes and the calipers are painted Red. N Line branding is seen on the fenders as well. Moving to the rear, it gets a muscular looking bumper with dark chrome strip running between the tail lamps.
The gloss black diffuser on the rear bumper has red inserts and a twin tip exhaust is also seen here. The i20 does have a sporty exhaust note when compared to regular i20. Moving in, the overall cabin layout of i20 remains the same. There are some changes like it now gets N Line exclusive steering wheel and gear knob. The cabin is all black to give it a sporty feel.
The red leatherette upholstery on the seats get red piping and stitching which gives it a sporty character. other than this, the cabin gets red accents on door pocket, AC knobs and vents. Hyundai i20 N Line is available in N6 iMT, N8 iMT and N8 DCT trims. They are all decently equipped in terms of features. The top of the line N8 offers features like an electric sunroof, wireless phone charger, ambient lighting (Red), voice recognition function, 10.25 inch touchscreen infotainment screen and so on.
It is powered by the same engine as the regular i20 turbo petrol variant. It uses a 1.0 litre, three cylinder, turbo petrol engine that generates 120 Ps and 172 Nm of torque. Hyundai has added some weight to the steering and made the suspension a slightly stiffer than the regular version to make it more driver friendly. The N Line is available with a 6 speed iMT and a 7 speed DCT gearbox option. Prices for Hyundai i20 N Line start at 9.86 lakh, ex-showroom and go up to Rs 11.75 lakh, ex-showroom.
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