One of the most widely-appreciated cars from the house of Hyundai remains the famous i10. To this day, it is a high-seller and has given the likes of Maruti (indigenous for India) Swift a good run for its money. But now, decades after the inaugural i10- arrives the 2020 Hyundai i10 N Line that has only recently marked its debut in India.
Although the looks of the car have already been received, the wagon is yet to hit the Indian roads.
In lines with the above, it can be said that Hyundai has revealed a warm N Line variant for the upcoming i10 N Line. Expected to be a premium offering in the hatchback and the crosshatch segment, the car is slated to go on the floors and mark its debut across India toward early 2020.
One of the things that have already created a hot discussion is that the yet-to-be-released offering from Hyundai is all set to become the most advanced car in its segment, something hitherto unseen from the i10 family.
But make no mistake, the i10 won’t be the first N line model when it arrives. Others up in this rank include the likes of the i30 hatchback, i30 Fastback and the Tucson.
That told, the powerful engine composition makes the upcoming i10 N Line a keenly-anticipated car. Its turbo charged 1-liter three-cylinder petrol engine (capable of producing 99bhp) makes it the most powerful i 10 variant that’s ever been on offer.
Moreover, the car is loaded with a wide array of delightful features. The presence of attractive 16-inch alloy wheels, angular LED daytime running lights (a facet on offer on most premium cars nowadays) along with a redesigned bumper scheme makes the car cut an impressive figure despite the compact size.
It is also confirmed that the seats in this particular i10 N Line have been upgraded vis-a-vis the hitherto available options and together with a rear skid plate and diffuser and metal pedals, the i10 is a sharp departure in the design scheme. Bespoke color options are expected to give future buyers something handy to choose.
The car, also set to make its debut across the United Kingdom by early 2020, was pleasantly received at the recent Frankfurt Motor Show. Keeping in mind a young audience, it could be said the car’s dynamic external offering gives something just what the doctor ordered for the Millennials.
But that’s not all. Hyundai indeed have carried out some more elaborate changes to this compact city car. Consider the wheelbase, for instance. In the yet to be launched car, the wheelbase has been extended by 40mm. A huge plus for the rear passengers is the extended legroom, such an integral part of passenger-comfort and it appears that with the arrival of the i10 N Line all of that is set to undergo a drastic improvement.
What’s more? In lines with making the driving experience, a fine balance between comfort and responsiveness, a progressive brake pedal and (more) responsive steerling wheel heighten the pleasure of driving a complete city car.
The interior styling looks sleek in lines with the sharp car design. During the launch phase, it is believed, two petrol engines will be up on the offer, including a 66 bhp 1.0-liter three-cylinder and an 83 bhp 1.2-liter four-cylinder. One can’t wait to drive the brand new offering from one of the most reliable automotive brands ever.