Hyundai recently introduced the much more sportier looking version of the i20 premium hatchback in the Indian market. It is not the full blow N variant but, the N Line version which is based on the already existing turbo petrol version. Hyundai has made several cosmetic and mechanical changes to the car to make it different from regular i20. We also drove it recently and if you want to check out the detailed review of the same, click here. Hyundai has now come up with a video showcasing all the genuine accessories that are available for i20 N Line hatchback.
The video has been uploaded by Hyundai Mobis IN on their YouTube channel. Hyundai offering a variety of exterior and interior accessories. Starting with the exterior, Hyundai is offering a headlamp garnish for i20 N Line. It is available in gloss carbon fiber finish and matte black. A garnish for ORVMs are also available from Hyndai. It also comes in carbon fiber finish.
Other than this, Hyundai is also offering door visors, side scoop garnish and lower door cladding for i20 N Line. Hyundai is also offering mud guard, door edge protectors and tail lamps garnish as well. The tail lamp garnish is available in black and carbon fiber finish. A bumper corner protector is also available as an accessory. One of the accessory that Hyundai is offering with the i20 is a tyre valve cap with N Line branding on it. A genuine body cover is also being offered as an accessory.
Moving inside, Hyundai offers a dashcam with night vision. The manufacturer is also offering variety of floor mats for i20 N Line. A 3D boot mat and sunshades for all windows and rear windscreen is also available for the car. A scuff plate with N Line branding is also seen in the video. Hyundai is also offering cupholder coaster, door striker cover and seat belt cover with N Line branding as interior accessories.
Hyundai i20 N Line gets cosmetic changes like a sporty looking front grille, gloss black lower lip with red accents, new 16 inch diamond cut alloy wheel, gloss black side skirting and diffuser on rear bumper. It also comes with a sportier looking twin tip exhaust which sounds sporty too. The car gets all black interiors with red accents and N Line branding. The steering is different and feels a lot more heavier than regular i20.
The suspension setup on the N Line version is also on the stiffer side and it also comes with disc brakes on all four wheels with red calipers at front. Hyundai is offering N Line in three versions. There is N6 iMT, N8 iMT and N8 DCT. All three versions get the same engine. The difference is only the gearbox. The 1.0 litre turbo petrol engine generates 120 Ps and 172 Nm of peak torque. It is available with a 7-speed DCT gearbox with paddle shifters or a 6-speed iMT gearbox. Price for Hyundai N Line starts at Rs 9.84 lakh, ex-showroom and goes up to Rs 11.90 lakh, ex-showroom.