2021 Hyundai i30 Sedan N-Line revealed
Hyundai unveils its next generation of sporty sedans.
Hyundai has unveiled preliminary images of its new i30 Sedan N-Line ahead of its Australian debut later this year.
The all-new i30 Sedan N-Line, formerly named the Elantra, brings the performance-inspired N brand to the model for the first time.
While this is only a first look, with more angles, specifications and details to be announced, the Elantra N-Line looks poised to live to up its sporty namesake.
Featuring edgy styling cues and sharp lines throughout the bodywork, the sedan is distinguished by a sportier N-Line version of Hyundai’s new signature cascading grille, N-Line badging, single twin exhausts and a motorsport-inspired air intake.
The N-Line also features side skirts, 18-inch alloy wheels, large brakes and refined side mirrors. The sedan is further embellished with N-Line window accents, and side skirts all finished in a signature gloss black paint.
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Executive Vice President, Head of Product Division at Hyundai Motor Group Thomas Schemera said Hyundai expects the i30 Sedan N-Line to provide an attractive entry point for the N brand.
“The i30 Sedan N-Line offers a more aggressive design that incorporates N-Line’s signature red accents inside and out at an attractive price,” Mr Schemera said.
“This will definitely satisfy those who are looking to join the Hyundai N community.”
No mechanical details have been announced, but if the i30 N-Line hatch is anything to go by, the sedan could be powered by the same 150kW, 265Nm turbo-petrol four-cylinder engine.
The i30 N-Line hatch came available to showrooms in a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic and six-speed manual.