Hyundai recently announced the Elantra N Line and it will serve customers that want a sporty sedan. To keep up with that image, the new iteration is aggressively styled and also offers more power. It will surely make you want to sell any car in Sharjah. The experts at CarSwitch.com did some research to share the details with you.
Elantra N Line Engine And Performance
The new model features a 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that develops 201 horsepower and 195.2 pound-feet of torque. Customers will have a choice between a six-speed manual and a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox. A stiffer suspension and larger brakes will further elevate the driving experience. The car is also packed with driver-assistance tech.
Elantra N Line Exterior
On the outside, the Elantra N Line features a grille with a mesh that’s thinner than what you see on the standard version of the sedan. It also features a revamped lower fascia. There are also bits of black trim on places like the side skirts and mirror caps to produce a subtle color contrast. The spoiler at the back integrates into the deck. The car also has a pair of chrome exhaust outlets and a small diffuser.
The N Line comes with 18-inch wheels and they feature a two-tone design based on a combination of metallic and black with a textured portion along the spokes. By now must already be willing to sell any car in Sharjah to get your hands on this one. But wait! There’s more to this car!
Elantra N Line Interior
Inside, the N Line gets sport seats that are mated with leather bolsters. The steering wheel is also wrapped in leather and has metallic spokes. Pieces of metallic trim can be seen throughout the cabin. Some new sporty details include the drive mode selector setup and the paddle shifters. Other than that, everything remains largely the same.
Buyers will also get a Hyundai digital key and the car will support both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The 2021 Elantra N Line will go on sale in the United States in December. Detailed specifications and pricing details will be revealed later this year. The Elantra Sport starts at $25,125 and the N Line’s price will likely be somewhat similar.
The company is also planning to release a hybrid version of the Elantra. It will be fueled by a 1.6-liter GDI four-cylinder engine and a 32-kilowatt electric motor that will get its power from a 1.32-kWh battery pack to churn out a combined 139 horsepower and 195 pound-feet of torque. The car will boast an EPA rating fuel economy of more than 50 mpg.
Executive Vice President, Head of Product Division at Hyundai Motor Group, Thomas Schemera said: “The new Elantra lineup, with N Line and HEV variants, will satisfy a wider variety of customers. The N Line model will appeal to customers who favor a sporty look and spirited driving performance while the HEV model will appeal to those who prefer high fuel efficiency.”