Hyundai announced the first information of the Sonata N Line 2021

Hyundai announced the first information of the Sonata N Line 2021

Hyundai continues to expand its N Line high-performance lineup with a Sonata sedan version, according to its announcement when it launched the Elantra N Line not long ago.

In the high-performance version, the new Sonata, which already has a very eye-catching design, has been upgraded with the pit front bumper placed lower than before, the air cavity is painted black and some accent details in the bumper vehicle. These upgrades give the sedan a more aggressive and sporty look than before to better match the “N Line” badge it owns.

Around the sides, Sonata N Line owns 19-inch wheels painted in two tones of gray – black, perfect combination with the vein on the doors and completely new side panels. The exterior upgrade continues to be brought to the rear end with a small spoiler above the trunk lid, black painted rear bumper and dual symmetrical dual exhaust pipes.

Inside, the cockpit of the Sonata N Line is upgraded by Hyundai with red contrast stitching on the steering wheel and sports seats. The dashboard, door dashboard, and center console are covered in dark chrome metal. This car has an infotainment system with capacitive touchscreen and Bose speakers.

In the new generation, Hyundai Sonata will get a pit interior design with two electronic screens. The car’s traditional gear lever is replaced with buttons to enter the gear like in sports cars and super cars. Hyundai is also equipped with an electronic lock for this model that can be easily activated via a smartphone app. Owners can unlock and start the car through NFC communication technology when the Sonata N Line is equipped with 3 NFC sensors, 2 of which are located on each front door handle and the third sensor is integrated into the wireless charger located in the center console area.

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