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Hyundai reveals prices for i20 N Line

Date: 27 May 2021   |   Author: Simon Harris

Hyundai has announced prices and specification of the i20 N Line, which now joins SE, Premium and Ultimate versions in the range.

The i20 N Line combines exterior and interior design elements inspired by Hyundai's high-performance N range including a new front bumper with a grey character line and black cascading grille equipped with the N Line badge.

Bespoke 17in alloy wheels, side skirts and privacy glass change the side profile, while a redesigned rear bumper housing the signature N triangular rear fog lamp and dual exhaust complete the sporty look.

Interior changes include red accents to the door trims, heating and ventilation controls, as well as red stitching to the N branded seats. A leather N branded steering wheel and gear lever feature as standard, as does a black headlining.

All i20 N Line models are powered by a 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine which combines with a 48V mild hybrid system to provide a 120hp while customers are offered the choice of two transmissions, a six-speed manual (iMT) that features an electronically controlled clutch to decouple the transmission from the engine under certain driving conditions to enhance efficiency, or a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission auto.

Standard specification includes LED headlamps and rear combination lamps, LED daytime running lights, a 10.25in digital instrument cluster, a 10.25in touchscreen satellite navigation system including Traffic Messaging Channel, DAB, Apple Carplay, Android Auto and Bluelink Telematics. Steering wheel audio and phone controls are standard, as is Bluetooth® Connectivity with voice recognition.

Safety features include six airbags, the automatic emergency call system eCall, lane keeping assistance with lane departure warning, driver attention alert, autonomous emergency braking, forward collision warning with pedestrian and cyclist detection as well as automatic headlamps with high beam assistance are standard.

The i20 N Line is available in nine colour finishes with optional two-tone finish with Phantom Black roof available.

Prices start with a P11D value of £22,170 for the manual and £23,420 for the automatic. Hyundai is yet to confirm specific CO2 emissions, but suggests a BIK tax band of 27% for the manual and 28% for the automatic.

Ashley Andrew, managing director of Hyundai, said: "[The] i20 has shown to be one of the best B segment hatchbacks in the market and i20 N Line strengthens that proposition even further with its N influenced styling and higher performance from the 120PS 1.0 turbocharged and electrified engine. With both the i20 N Line and i20N joining us very soon, the popularity of the range is set to grow further still."