2021 Hyundai Sonata N-Line USA Release Date
2021 Hyundai Sonata N-Line USA Release Date – Hyundai came early this year that there will be a new N-Line performance version of the Sonata, and now we know some specs.
The 2021 Hyundai Sonata N-Line model comes to focus, as Hyundai released some official information for cars and drivers in hot sedan coming soon. The New Hyundai Sonata has a 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that makes approximately 290 horsepower and 310 pound-torque-foot figures still subject to change, but they are big jumps from either a 2.5-liter non-Turbo (191 HP/181 lb-ft) or a 1.6-liter Turbo (180 HP/195 lb-ft). This machine will be paired exclusively with an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic, sending power to the front wheels.
2021 Hyundai Sonata N-Line Specs
This is more than a hot machine too, according to C/D reporting. Hyundai lowers the car by 0.2 inches and gives a more aggressive shock, spring and anti-roll bar for better handling. On top of this, N-Line gets a summer tire that is mounted on a special N-line wheel. The bigger brakes around carrying a stronger car to stop, too.
This incremental performance advantage is consistent with what Hyundai has recently performed under the name N-line. This is a step under the full-N car, but it offers much more performance than ordinary Hyundai. The Sonata N-Line is set to see the section, too. We don’t have an image of N-Line finished at the moment but expect several design adjustments and aggressive styling around. A Sportier look interior is rendered, too.
We are excited to see the N-Line take on the form as Hyundai continues the launch of the new Sonata. What we will not see, according to the report Motor1, is the Sonata N. That means lean it to another level of performance, put it on the same plane as the Veloster N. It would have been neat, but we did not heartbroken.
Dark Chrome Trim, N-Line badges, Quad exhaust, new front fascia, and a more aggressive Body Kit complement the exterior package, and Hyundai promises that the production version will have electronically-controlled exhaust setups that may be controlled by drive modes that include normal, Custom, Sport, and Sport Plus. The interiors have a sports chair with a larger bolster.
N-Line Sonata isn’t a full N car-like Veloster N. The difference is that N cars like Veloster N are designed for Track tasks. That means the ability to go some laps without any thermal problems and have to change tires or brake pads. N-Line cars like Sonata are not as focused lanes but will be set up to bring strength and performance to the road. Look for it to go on sale in Autumn 2020 as model 2021.