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In India, the i20 has been more than just a steady product. It has helped cement Hyundai’s identity in the market, thanks to its design and features on offer. Recently, Hyundai globally unveiled the N Line trim for the much-anticipated all-new i20. As the name suggests, this falls in the N Line family of cars from Hyundai, which includes the Kona, Sonata, i30, i10 and more.

The i20 N Line’s exterior is based on Hyundai’s ‘Sensuous Sportiness’ design language with more than a hint of performance-oriented cues all around. Everything from the front bumper to the cascading black grille and N Line badge come together to provide a sportier appeal to the all-new i20. The grey accents, sleeker rear bumper, triangular fog lamps and chrome-tipped twin-muffler exhaust only add to its appeal.

On the inside, Hyundai has equipped the i20 N Line with N-branded sporty seats with red stitching and an N steering wheel. There’s also metal pedals and the leather N gear shift knob with red inserts. Also worth noting are the 17‑inch alloy wheels with a two-tone finish. Keeping up with the times, the Korean auto giant has also decided to provide Bluelink connected car technology as standard across the all-new i20 range.

Most importantly though, the i20 N Line will come with two engine options. First is the 1.2-litre MPI engine, which produces 83-bhp and is available in India as well. The other, which is also available in India, is the 1.0-litre T‑GDI motor with the full 118.3-bhp of peak power. Internationally, there’s also the option of a 48-volt mild-hybrid technology and an iMT gearbox as well. Will this come to India? We certainly hope so.