It was barely a month back when Hyundai presented the all-new Elantra and the edgy, futuristic looking car is as of now being reviewed in a blazer performance adaptation and now we are almost certain that Hyundai genuinely has a plan of launching a performance model coming with the name – Elantra N Line.
The images for the N Line Elantra has surfaced for the very first time and showcase a highly disguised sedan. However, what was noticeable in these images is that the Elantra N Line is complemented with a double exhaust framework and what seems like a falsely upgraded engine commotion. The brand uncovered spy photographs and a couple of fragments of data on the vehicle Tuesday, and what we do know by now is that the Elantra N Line will get a turbocharged motor.
This will be a step-up from the standard Elantra, which manages with a 2.0-liter Atkinson Cycle inline-four and the hybrid model that incorporates a tinier 1.6-liter Atkinson Cycle inline-four. With a turbocharged motor, it’s almost certain that the power figures for the Hyundai Elantra N Line will exceed the 147 ponies found in the standard vehicle’s 2.0-liter motor.
The overwhelming cover of camouflage hinders seeing what has really changed contrasted with a base Elantra, yet it shouldn’t be such hard to make a guess. We anticipate that the upcoming N Line model of the Hyundai Elantra will sport the usual N Line visual bits, which in turn will make up for a somewhat sportier body kit, complemented by the bespoke alloy wheels, and of course, a lowered down sports suspension kit. We also ought to anticipate sportier design components, that will work together to improve the aerodynamic factor and some chassis enhancements to make the vehicle more spirited than its regular variants. The cabin of the Elantra N Line should get a bunch of updates too in order to incorporate the N Line’s sportier touches.
While Hyundai doesn’t as of yet states when it will disclose the Elantra N Line, the brand will concentrate on preparing the sport sedan for production as the automaker intends to begin the assembling of the 2021 Elantra this fall at its Alabama Production Plant.
What we think about this move from Hyundai is that the Korean brand is setting up a platform, or maybe establishing a base with the N Line models, which in the long run, will help the brand in deriving the decision of whether it should go ahead with the full-blown N Models or not.