N Line is Coming to Other Models

Hyundai broke ground in the performance domain by offering the N Line model in the Veloster, now it’s expanding this offering to the Sonata.

For the 2021 model year, the N Line name will be used for the midsize sedan from this brand. The new Sonata will be packed with performance and offer the amazing drive desired when you find some open area of the road. This new version of the Sonata is heading to dealerships right now and ready for you to make it the car you drive home today.

The Faster Sonata You’ve Been Looking For

When you see the new Hyundai Sonata N Line, you’re going to see a car that’s powerful and fun. The 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine makes 290 horsepower and 311 lb.-ft. of torque for the drive. The turbocharger allows the Sonata to have 99 more horsepower in this model than in the standard version of this sedan. This version also uses an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission to give you the performance you want.

Adding More to the Design of this N Line Sonata

The new version of this Hyundai sedan offers you the ride you want on top of a set of 19-inch wheels with a choice of all-season or summer tires. You’ll see a rear spoiler, dual exhaust ports, N badging, N Line specific front and rear fascias, and a panoramic sunroof. When you take this car out on the road, it will be easy for others to see this is a car that’s made for performance and fun.

Is Performance Right for You

You don’t get to enjoy the Hyundai Sonata N Line and not pay a little more for the performance. Instead, if you’re ready to enjoy the performance of this car, you need to know that you’re going to pay a bit more. If you know you want a car that can give you fun and active driving in a sedan that works great for your family, the price might be exactly right for you.

Take a Drive in this Sonata

The new Hyundai Sonata N Line will have its own unique exhaust note and launch control to give you the sound and experience you’re looking for. We don’t know what the sprint time to sixty mph will be just yet, but it will certainly be something we want to know as soon as this car is tested. This is information you’ll want when you brag to the other parents in your neighborhood about the performance and fun of this car that you’ve found at your Hyundai dealer.

Where Will We See N Line Next

With the Veloster and now the Sonata the question will be where the N Line moniker will show up next? The Hyundai lineup is embracing performance which gives the through that the performance features could be added to one of the SUVs or another of the small cars from this brand. While we wait to find out, we can enjoy the improved fun and active driving of the Sonata.

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