South Korean automaker Hyundai is currently celebrating 25 years of its existence in the Indian market. The company is constantly trying to improve its vehicle portfolio in the market here. Now the company is going to add another new car to its line of vehicles. Recently the I20N line was identified during the test.
However, the company has not shared any official information on the launch of the car. But recently the car was spotted on the Mt Road in Tamil Nadu. The Hyundai i20 competes with the likes of the Maruti Baleno and Tata Ultros in the market here, and this new N-line variant is the top of the line.
The test specimen was covered with front and rear. But despite this, some information about the design of the car has been revealed. The car is given a 17-inch alloy wheel. As for the engine, it is powered by a 1.0-liter turbo petrol engine that produces 118bhp. This engine comes with a 6-speed manual transmission gearbox.
The Hyundai i20 N line has given the company a sporty look and design that is quite different from the regular model. The seats ‘n’ logo is given into the car, the gear shifting knob has leather and red stitching. In addition to the metal paddles, the car also features BlueLink technology.
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The third-generation model of the current Hyundai i20 is available on the market here. It comes with two petrol and one diesel engine option. Its price ranges from Rs 6.79 lakh to Rs 11.32 lakh. With the testing of the new N Line, the company is likely to release the car here, and the company has not shared any information about it yet.
Along with this, Hyundai is also studying the feasibility of introducing a low-cost electric vehicle in the country. Hyundai India Managing Director Kim told our partner website, HT Mint, “Our first priority is to bring low-budget electric vehicles. We have products and technology, and we are looking at the state of the Indian market and the infrastructure here.” With a few options, this is great for the Indian market. ”