Theis one of those powerful style sedans. Its performance is also slightly sharper now with the launch of the Elantra N Line, which Hyundai announced on Wednesday.
Elantra N Line has a beautiful appearance and carries the geometric design language of Hyundai. The side skirts and model-specific 18-inch wheels give the Elantra a sleek stance, while the larger front intakes, integrated spoiler, dual exhaust and rear diffuser provide The more aggressive nature for this tiny sports sedan.
However, it’s not all about the program. The Elantra N Line is powered by a 1.6-liter turbocharged I4 engine that produces 201 horsepower and 195 pound-feet of torque. Both a six-speed manual transmission and a seven-speed dual-clutch will be offered, and Hyundai says the N Line has multi-link rear suspension, larger front brake rotors and stiffer suspension.
Inside, the Elantra N Line gets a new steering wheel, sports seats and metal pedals, while DCT-equipped models get a shift pad. On the other hand, the N Line looks to have all the same interior features as the standard Elantra, including a touchscreen infotainment system withand compatibility.
Speaking of technology, the N Line will come with forward collision warning, lane keeping assist, automatic high beams, blind spot monitoring and rear cross vehicle warning. Convenience of Hyundaiwill also be included for Android users.
It’s unclear exactly how much the Elantra N Line will cost, but the current version – the Elantra Sport 2020 – costs around $ 25,000 including destination. We can’t imagine the N Line 2021 going to cost much more, which means Hyundai’s compact sports car will continue to be a pretty solid performance value.