is a sharp style sedan. Now even its performance becomes a little sharper, with the debut of the Elantra N Line, which Hyundai announced on Wednesday.
The Elantra N Line looks good, and holds up well to Hyundai̵7;s geometric design language. Model-specific side-wheel dresses and 18-inch wheels give the Elantra a pleasant attitude, while larger front air intakes, an integrated lip spoiler, dual exhaust pipes and a rear car hood distribute the most aggressive nature of this little sports sedan.
However, it has nothing to do with the show. The Elantra N Line is powered by a 1.6-liter turbocharged I4 engine with 201 horsepower and 195 torque. A six-speed manual and a seven-speed manual transmission will also be offered, and Hyundai says the N Line has multiple rear suspension, larger front brake rotors and a rigid suspension adjustment.
Inside, the Elantra N Line gets a new steering wheel, sports seats and metal pedals, and models equipped with DCT have gearboxes. Alternatively, the N Line appears to have all the same internal devices as the standard Elantra, including a touch screen infotainment system withand compatibility.
Speaking of technology, the N Line will come with front collision warning, lane-keeping assistance, automatic high-beam range, blind-spot monitoring and rear-end traffic cross-alert. Hyundai’s clumsywill be included, too, for Android users.
It is unclear exactly how much the Elantra N Line will cost, but the current version – the 2020 Elantra Sport – comes at around $ 25,000 including the destination. We can not imagine that the N 2021 N Line will have much higher prices than that, which means that Hyundai’s small sports compact should continue to be a fairly strong performance value.