- Hyundai has begun producing the all-new i10 N Line at the Hyundai Assan Otomotiv Sanayi plant in İzmit, Turkey
- Available with 1.0-litre Turbo GDi engine – first time for the i10 – and a range of design enhancements
- The all-new i10 N Line will be available in Europe starting in summer 2020
- Hyundai Motor has announced the start of production for the all-new i10 N Line at the Hyundai Assan Otomotiv Sanayi plant in İzmit, Turkey.
The all-new i10 N Line is the fourth Hyundai model to be equipped with the dynamic N Line trim level. Inspired by Hyundai’s high-performance N cars, N Line models are distinguished by their sporty exterior and interior design features. For the all-new i10 N Line, this upgrade is about more than just design alone: it comes with an exclusive 1.0 Turbo GDi engine with 100 PS, making it even more fun to drive. It is also available with a 1.2 MPi engine with 84 PS.
By giving i10 its most powerful engine, we’re showing that the N Line trim is not just about the new look – it’s also about dynamism. By adding these sporty elements to what is a very safe and reliable city car, we’re broadening its appeal to a wider range of customers.Andreas-Christoph HofmannVice President of Marketing and Product at Hyundai Motor Europe
About the all-new i10 N Line
The all-new i10 N Line combines the dynamic design of the all-new i10 with the sportiness and attitude of N Line. Its exterior design offers a contrast between soft surfaces and sharp lines. Its redesigned bumpers and grille give it a dynamic look inspired by some of Hyundai’s high-performance models. Inside, the N-branded steering wheel and gear shifter, red vent rings and metal pedals give the cabin a sportier feel. Rounding off the package is an exclusive 1.0-litre Turbo GDi 3-cylinder engine, which delivers 100 PS and 172 Nm torque.
More information and technical specifications for the all-new i10 N Line can be found here.
Hyundai Assan Otomotiv Sanayi (HAOS)
Located in İzmit, Turkey, Hyundai Assan Otomotiv Sanayi (HAOS) is Hyundai’s longest-running plant outside of Korea and has been in operation since 1997. With nearly 2,500 employees, it has an annual capacity for 230,000 units. The plant has four main production lines, consisting of press, body, paint and assembly. In 2019, Hyundai Motor celebrated the 2 millionth vehicle produced at its Turkish plant. The all-new i10 N Line will join the all-new i10 on the production line. The production of the all-new i20 will start later this year.