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2021 Sonata N Line: Hyundai’s Hot New Sedan Gets a High-Performance Look

  • N Line expands appeal of new sedan with its sportiest offering yet
  • Hyundai’s ‘Sensuous Sportiness’ design identity gives N Line a high-performance look that promises exciting driving dynamics
  • N Line underscores rising popularity of N Line as an attractive entry point to Hyundai’s high-performance N Brand


SEOUL, September 22, 2020
— Hyundai Motor Company today revealed the racy design of its highly anticipated 2021 Sonata N Line, promising a pulse-quickening experience in the hottest-looking sedan on the road today.

The new N Line expands Hyundai’s midsize sedan lineup following the launch of Sonata and Sonata Hybrid in 2019. N Line provides an attractive entry point to N Brand and gives the new Sonata nameplate a high-performance look, broadening its appeal.

“The 2021 Sonata N Line will attract more customers to both the rock solid Sonata lineup and our increasingly popular N Line sub-brand. Sonata will appeal to customers who desire sporty styling in a sedan package,” said SangYup Lee, Head of the Hyundai Global Design Center.

Based on Hyundai’s ‘Sensuous Sportiness’ design identity, N Line’s exterior styling looks bold and athletic. N Line design elements are evident throughout, starting with the signature cascading grille, bold front fascia, three air intakes and N Line badging.

Sonata N Line’s side skirts and 19-inch alloy wheels provide an aggressive stance that suggests that fun is just around the corner—any corner. The dynamic side styling carries over to the taut rear end where a sleek black lower bumper, dual twin exhausts and N Line rear diffuser amplify the sport sedan’s ready and willing attitude.

The interior design reinforces the dynamic feeling of the exterior with a high-tech flair that makes the inside of the N Line every bit as dashing as the exterior. Dark chrome trim, signature N Line red stitching on the steering wheel and sport seats complete the performance-inspired interior and exterior design.

More information about Hyundai Motor and its products can be found at:

http://worldwide.hyundai.com or http://globalpr.hyundai.com

Hyundai Elantra N Line

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