Hyundai has confirmed pricing and specification details for the sportier N Line version of its i10 city car.
It stands out visually, thanks to some sporty enhancements such as a bespoke grille, 16-inch alloy wheels and some red stripes.
The chassis has also been tweaked to improve driveability, with new rear shock absorbers and revised suspension springs, when compared to the regular i10.
Power is boosted too, as the N Line comes fitted with a turbocharged 1.0-litre three-cylinder engine that develops 100PS and 172Nm.
Hyundai quotes a 0-62mph acceleration time of 10.5 seconds and says the i10 N Line can reach 115mph.
The new powertrain emits 123g/km of CO2, placing the car in the 27% benefit-in-kind tax bracket. Combined fuel economy is rated at 52.3mpg.
Standard equipment fitted to the i10 N Line includes an eight-inch touchscreen, rear-view camera, air conditioning an Hyundai’s SmartSense safety package, which features Lane Keep Assist, AEB and High Beam Assist.
An optional Tech Pack adds sat-nav, Hyundai’s Bluelink telematics system and Intelligent Speed Limit Warning.