South Korean giant carmaker Hyundai has launched its cheapest N line model, the Hyundai i10 N Line hatchback car in Germany. Hyundai’s N line model has a special package available in the N line. There have been many updates in the car, which has improved its performance. Its exterior profile and exterior look have also been updated.
Hyundai i10 N Line Interior
The new sportier theme of the Hyundai i10 N Line car is also visible in its cabin. The car gets a red air outlet nozzle, metal pedal, and ‘n badge’ above its unique gearshift lever and steering wheel. Apart from this, it gets red contrast stitching.
Hyundai i10 N Line Look Changes
Some of the changes to the i10 N Line model’s exterior include the N line logo as well as a unique single-piece grille. Apart from this, red accents, horizontal air vents with honeycomb-pattern, tri-bar LED DRLs, and boulder front bumpers have also been given.
The car gets 16-inch alloy wheels with red accent rings. The rear-end look is particularly sporty as the red diffs are also found in the Fox Diffuser. In addition, a twin-tip exhaust outlet is also provided.
Hyundai i10 N Line Features
Standard features found in the i10 N Line car include projector headlights and fog lights, LED taillights, LED DRLS, automatic climate control, and a wireless smartphone charger. Features such as touchscreen, 8-inch infotainment system with navigation, reverse camera, traffic sign recognition (TSR), and a BlueLink telematics system for connected car service are available as an optional package.
Hyundai i10 N Line Engine
The Hyundai i10 N Line engine gets a 1.0-liter T-GDI turbocharged 3.0-cylinder petrol engine. This engine generates 100 PS of power and 172 Nm of torque. This engine has a 5-speed manual gearbox.
Hyundai i10 N Line Color option
The color options available in the i10 N Line car include Phantom Black, Sleek Silver, Slate Blue, Dragon Red, and Polar White colors.
Hyundai i10 N Line Price
The i10 N Line car has been priced at 18,790 euros, which is up to Rs. 16.08 Lakhs according to the Indian currency. The car is currently being produced at the company’s Asan Automotive Sanay plant in Izmit, Turkey.