While today we shared the latest information and camouflaged pictures of the all-new 2021 Elantra/Avante N Line sedan, which is set for debut in July, now we want to share with you a leaked picture of the front bumper accompanied by a pic of the interior, all coming from vehicle parts manual, where we can see that the weird circle design element confirmed as just as aesthetic value, is now replaced by Drive Mode button that have red rounded insertion.
The powertrain of Hyundai’s new Avante N line was unveiled. According to the South Korean’s Ministry of Environment’s Emissions, the new Avante N-line combines a 1.6 T-GDI engine with a 7-speed DCT transmission to deliver the highest output of 204 horsepower. The new Avante N-Line will be released during June along with the hybrid model.
The new Avante N line is equipped with a 1.6-liter T-GDI engine with a slightly higher displacement than before. The displacement of 1591cc for former Avante Sports is now 1598cc for the new Avante N line. The transmission can be a 7-speed DCT transmission or a 6-speed manual transmission. The highest output is 204 hp, which is the same as before.
The new Avante N line has a lighter weight tolerance based on the new 3rd generation platform. Based on the manual transmission, the tolerance weight of the new Avante N line is 1310kg, which is 45kg lighter than the Avante Sport. The 7-speed DCT transmission model is 1340 kg. The Avante Sport 7-speed DCT model weighs 1385kg.
The upcoming Elantra N Line adds N brand specific design elements, chassis upgrades and a turbocharged engine to the recently revealed 2021 Elantra.
Hyundai’s high-performance N brand develops fun-to-drive cars that make the driver’s heart beat faster whenever they’re behind the wheel. Inspired by N brand, N Line trims add sporty design elements and refined powertrain/chassis upgrades to the all-new Elantra recently introduced.
Hyundai’s high-performance N brand product portfolio offers everything from motorsport to base model. N Line is characterized by N-specific design and performance upgrades. Hyundai is expanding its N Line model line-up to enable even more customers to experience the N feeling.