Hyundai has released the revised i20 N Line in our market, following the debut of the i20 facelift in India. The i20 N Line is still available in two trim levels: N6 and N8, with costs starting at Rs 9.99 lakh for the N6 manual variant and up to Rs 12.31 lakh for the top-spec N8 DCT variant.
Price list of Hyundai i20 new model 2023
|Variant||Price in Lakh (Ex-showroom)|
|i20 1.0 Turbo MT N6||Rs 9.99 Lakh|
|i20 1.0 Turbo DCT N6||Rs 11.10 Lakh|
|i20 1.0 Turbo MT N8||Rs 11.22 Lakh|
|i20 1.0 Turbo DCT N8||Rs 12.32 Lakh|
What’s New in Hyundai i20 new model 2023
The sporty i20 N Line facelift, like the original hatchback, receives only minor visual changes. The main difference is that the 6-speed iMT gearbox has been replaced with a 6-speed manual unit. The i20 N Line retains the 1.0-litre turbo-petrol engine, which delivers 120hp and 172Nm of torque. Notably, the N Line is the only variation that now has the turbo-petrol engine, as Hyundai dropped it from the i20 with the facelift.
Aside from the aforementioned 6-speed manual, the i20 N Line retains the 7-speed DCT. The i20 N Line, like the pre-facelift car, has a sharper exhaust note and suspension configuration, as well as rear disc brakes over the normal hatchback.
In terms of design, the pre-facelift model retains the same front bumper with a parametric grille design and a N Line emblem, as well as a large front splitter with red accents. It gets a mildly modified bumper design at the back with a large diffuser, red accents, twin exhaust outlets, a tail gate spoiler, and a dark chrome garnish joining the two tail-lamps.
The new features include full-LED headlamps (the pre-facelift model had LED projectors) and a new look for the 16-inch alloy wheels. The i20 N Line facelift comes with six single-tone paint options, with dual-tone options available for an additional fee.
The i20 N Line has the same dashboard as the ordinary car, but it has subtle red highlights and N line badging on the seats and steering wheel. It also has red ambient lighting, metal pedal finishes and a N Line steering wheel and gear lever.
The standard features are the same as those found in the top-spec i20: a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and OTA updates, a digital instrument cluster, wireless phone charging, cruise control, automatic climate control, a single-pane sunroof, and a 7-speaker Bose sound system.
Six airbags, three-point seatbelts with seatbelt reminders for all passengers, a Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS), a reverse camera, automatic headlights, electronic stability control (ESC), and hill assist control are among the safety features.
Rival of New i20 New model 2023
With the cancellation of the Polo GT TSI, the i20 N Line no longer has a direct competitor. The Altroz iTurbo with a turbo-petrol engine is the closest competitor. However, unlike the i20 N Line, the iTurbo does not receive a modified exhaust or suspension tune.