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The Sonata N Line – Amazing 2020 Worthy Car

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Hyundai Motor has uncovered more insights concerning its 2021 Sonata N Line, which is the main exhibition variation of the average size car. After the dispatch of the new Sonata and Sonata Hybrid in 2019, the N Line variation finishes the car’s arrangement extension.

In light of Hyundai’s ‘Sensuous Sportiness’ plan personality, Sonata N Line wears a low and wide outside styling. It is featured by the parametric gem design grille that has gotten basic over a few Hyundai models. The Sonata N Line has a strong front sash, wide air admissions, and N Line badging. The bolt molded air window ornaments uphold streamlined execution and motor cooling other than improving the lively looks of the Sonata N Line.

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The Sonata N Line has a fastback profile with an etched bodyline. The side skirts and 19-inch compound wheels are in accordance with the lively character of the vehicle. At the back as well, the energetic looks are kept up with a tight etched back, intended to upgrade streamlined execution. The coordinated gleaming dark lip spoiler, chrome double twin fumes, and N Line back diffuser add to the vehicle’s exhibition enlivened styling.

Step inside and one would discover cowhide wrapped punctured N guiding wheel with metallic spokes, red-sewed Sports Seats with calfskin supports, gearshift with metal accents and cowhide embeds and composite pedals.

Sonata N Line has a 10.25-inch touchscreen screen with split screens and cloud-based discourse acknowledgment fueled by Blue Link, while the instrument bunch show is 12.3 inches.

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The Sonata N Line is fueled by the Smartstream 2.5-liter turbocharged GDi motor, mated with the N 8-speed Wet Dual-Clutch Transmission (N DCT). It can deliver 290 strength and 421 Nm of force, making it the most impressive Sonata ever.

“Sonata N Line’s turbocharged engine is up to the task of delivering big fun and the new gearbox provides a direct connection and instant shifts,” said Schemera. “To make the Sonata N Line drive sportier, we’ve lowered the car and honed the suspension. We’ve also added a rack-mounted power steering system with a quick ratio to increase responsiveness.”

The Sonata N Line has a low check weight at only 1,740 kg. The engine-driven force controlling framework is rack-mounted and made sure about at three areas for diminished flex and more straightforward taking care of. There are bigger front and back brake calipers and circles for improved slowing down.

Among the driving highlights, the Sonata N Line gets fire up coordinate, N Power Shift, dispatch control, dynamic sound plan (ASD), moving example, paddle shifters, and Drive Mode Selector. The driving modes incorporate Normal, Sport, Sport +, and Custom.

 

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