Hyundai partially unveils the Elantra N-Line 2021

Hyundai partially unveils the Elantra N-Line 2021

Hyundai is not done with cars with a dynamic temper, as evidenced by the unveiling of the Elantra N-Line 2021 .

Hyundai is once again expanding its “semi-sport” range with the presentation of an Elantra N-Line for 2021. Obviously, this new addition to the family also follows the complete overhaul of the Elantra in 2021. Consequently, can say that Elantra Sport is officially in its last year with us.

Hyundai partially unveils the Elantra N-Line 2021

On the aesthetic level, the stylists have energized the front shield by giving it even more pronounced features. We immediately notice the introduction of a different grille proudly bearing the N-Line badge. At the bottom of the body, the air intakes adopt three bands imitating an arrowhead. All around the vehicle, we will also see a set of glossy skirts that will dress the profile. Of course, the N-Line will have its own 18-inch rims. For the rear, several things hold our attention like the two exhaust tips on the right side as well as the diffuser at the bottom of the bumper. We complete the tour with a small spoiler on the trunk.

Strangely, no photos of the interior of the car are revealed. We know, however, that red accents will enhance the presentation. For the rest, we will be in the same waters as the new regular range Elantra. For Thomas Schemara, Marketing Manager at Hyundai, the car will mark an important step in attracting new customers: “This will certainly satisfy those who wish to join the Hyundai N community.”

Hyundai partially unveils the Elantra N-Line 2021

Hyundai does not officially confirm the engine found under the hood. However, a few months ago, Hyundai executives confirmed that the new Elantra would be entitled to the new 1.6-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder that develops 201 horsepower. It is therefore entirely the same engine that is currently found in the Elantra Sport. Good news, we will always offer a selection of gearboxes, either a 7-speed automatic with double clutch or, again, a 6-speed manual.

This Hyundai Elantra N-Line 2021 joins the range which already offers a traditional thermal engine and a new hybrid version. However, it will be necessary to wait until 2022 for the “real” N of performance to show up with its 271 horsepower engine. More details will follow later when the car is fully revealed.

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