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Hyundai i10 N Line

Published on 08.04.2021

A pep concentrate

The little Hyundai i10 N Line city car is a perfect blend of soft cocooning look and sporty aggressiveness.
At first sight the Hyundai i10 N Line seems warm and friendly. And yet its new front grille and redesigned bumpers give it a dynamic look. Its diagonal LED daytime running lights catch the eye and give it a slightly shark-like look from the front.
As you will have gathered, this little city car has a muscular look, and yet thanks to its warm, dynamic lines, the overall effect is somehow more seductive. The N Line sports touches are much in evidence in both the exterior and the interior: red highlights on the bumpers and front grille, the i10 logo on the side, steering wheel and gearshift in N Line finish.
As soon as you get into the Hyundai i10 N Line you realise it’s a sports car; a very small one, to be sure, but one that’s sure to delight young drivers who are crazy about cars. Indeed, the N Line steering wheel and gearshift are set off by the red air vent rings which contrast perfectly with the black-finished dashboard, the honeycomb effect emphasising the sporty nature of the cockpit even more.
As regards the mechanical aspect, the i10 is available in petrol engine form only with a manual gearbox. With 100 hp under the bonnet, the little Hyundai manages to generate some excitement. The South Korean brand’s smallest model is a very good choice as a first car for a person with a taste for motor sport.


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