The Elantra N Line is developed with the concept of a high-performance sedan. This is the first version available on the Elantra sedan.
The Elantra N Line is eye-catching inside and out. The Elantra N Line is equipped with a turbocharged engine and independent rear suspension.
The Elantra N Line 2021 will go on sale later this year
The Korean sedan uses the familiar turbocharged 1.6L GDI engine in the Hyundai N Line lineup in recent years with a capacity of 201 horsepower, 265 Nm of torque. The two gearbox options that Hyundai pairs to the engine are the six-speed dual-clutch or, for customers looking for a more classic experience, the six-speed floor type. The only drive system is front-wheel drive.
In terms of design, it can be seen that the N Line version is significantly more impressive than the original configuration. The front heatsink on the sports sedan has the N Line logo, next to a new decorative cladding on the side of the air cavity that helps to increase engine cooling while improving overall aerodynamics. Slightly back is 18-inch alloy wheels with alternating black and silver spoke, glossy black side mirrors / new door sills, rear spoiler, N Line air diffuser and chrome exhaust mouthpieces.