Hyundai has unveiled some cool cars and concepts in Germany at IAA 2019. One of the cars is the i10 N Line that we will never see in the States. The car has a launch date set for summer 2020 in Europe. Hyundai says that the i10 N Line is the fourth model to be fitted in an N Line trim.
The car gets redesigned bumpers and grille along with 16-inch alloy wheels. i10 N Line buyers also get LED daytime running lights and a new skid plate and diffuser. The car is offered in six different exterior colors, and they can be combined with a different color roof for a two-tone look.
The interior is inspired by motorsports with red air vent rings and metal pedals along with sporty seats. Power is from a small 1.0-liter T-GDi 3-cylinder that makes 100 PS and 172 Nm torque. An optional 1.2-liter MPi four will be offered to make 84 PS and 118 Nm torque. Both engines are offered with a 5-speed manual; pricing is unannounced.