The Hyundai Sonata has developed from its once tasteful structure. Not too many years ago, the Sonata used to represent a fine and elegant sedan whose plan was straightforward, with straight lines and a few contacts of chrome that are fit for an executive average size sedan it was. However, it always had an intrigue for the more grown vehicle fans.
Ten years forward and Hyundai endowments us with a Sonata that is a long way from its past attitude. Solid, sharp, and forceful lines fill the structure – a portrayal of the marque’s exotic liveliness styling.
Hyundai is intending to make a performance-oriented adaptation of the fair size car called the Sonata N-Line. The rumors till now had it that Hyundai focuses to sell the Sonata N-Line by September of this current year. Concerning the official debut or launch, the Korean marque didn’t reveal any date, however, it appears as though we’re practically close to the time when we get to see it without the wraps.
As per a report by The Korean Car Blog, the unraveling of the Sonata N-Line will occur by mid-May. This implies that in under a month, the world will have its first look at the Sonata N-Line and will for that will decide whether this rendering remains constant with the official variant of the sports sedan.
According to the information supplied by the Korean automaker regarding the Sonata N-Line, under its hood, will sit a turbocharged 2.5-liter four-chamber, which makes 290 ponies and 310 pound-feet of torque. This engine will be mated to the new eight-speed wet dual-clutch transmission (DCT) found in the as of late uncovered 2020 Veloster N.
Be that as it may, in case you’re searching for a ripened, full-blown N rendition of the Sonata, then be ready to face some disappointment as Hyundai has affirmed that it won’t make one. At any rate not soon since it’s not the organization’s goal for the vehicle.
Speaking of the price factor, well, the currently available Sonata in States comes at a starting price of $23,600 for the base SE trim and can go up to $33,500 for the top of the line, fully loaded Limited trim. The upcoming 2020 Sonata N-Line’s expected price can sit well above the Limited trim’s $33,500 mark. However, considering the value proposition, it will not come as a surprise if the Korean auto-marque Hyundai, plans to slip the Sonata N-Line somewhere between the SEL Plus and Limited Trim.