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2021 Elantra N Line - New


2021 Hyundai Elantra N Line - New

The Elantra N Line is new to Hyundai family. It adds sporty design elements and refined powertrain/chassis upgrades to a mid-level trim Elantra.

2021 Elantra N Line Product Overview

  • Performance-inspired N Line trim available on Elantra sedan for the first time
  • Eye-catching N Line design elements inside and out
  • Turbocharged engine and independent rear suspension 
  • 2021 Elantra N Line goes on sale by the end of the year

N Line Exterior Design Elements

  • N Line version of Hyundai’s signature Cascading Grille with distinctive red character line
  • N Line front bumper fascia
  • Black colored side sill moldings
  • N Line rear fascia with diffuser
  • Lip-spoiler
  • N Line badging
  • N Line 18-inch wheels and Hankook Ventus S1 RX 235/40R18 all-season tires (7-speed DCT) or Goodyear Eagle F1 235/40R18 summer tires (6-speed MT)
  • N Line window accents
  • Chrome twin exhaust
  • Sunroof
  • Projector headlights and full LED taillights

N Line Interior Design Elements

  • Unique leather-wrapped perforated N steering wheel
  • N Line sport seats with leather bolsters and N logos
  • N Line gearshift with metal accents and leather inserts
  • N Line analog gauge cluster
  • Red stitching and trim accents differentiate the N Line from the standard Elantra
  • Qi™ wireless charging pad
  • Smartphone digital key (NFC)
  • Alloy pedals
  • Black headliner

  2021 Elantra N Line

 2021 Elantra Sedan

Engine mount stiffness

+ 13.9%   |  18kgf/mm

15.5 kgf/mm

"Rollrod" mount stiffness

+ 16.6%   |   21kgf/mm


17.5 kgf/mm

Spring stiffness

+ 26% (Front) / -   |   2.9 / 3.6


2.3 / 2.1

Stability Bar diameters (F/R)

+ 4.5% / -   |  Φ23 / Φ17


22.2 / CTBA


N Line tune


Base tune

64 mm/rev


62 mm/rev

Front Brakes

12-inch rotors


11-inch rotors

Hankook Ventus S1
RX 235/40R18
(All Season)
Goodyear Eagle F1
235/40R18 (Summer)


15" Kumho and Hankook
16" Kumho and Continental
17" Kumho and Hankook

Elantra N Line Driving Dynamics
As with the exterior and interior, the driving experience is enhanced for N Line performance with new suspension and steering tuning, revised powertrain mounts and summer tires. Additionally, Elantra N Line’s multi-link independent rear suspension, larger front brake rotors and summer tires make it a corner rascal.

Elantra N Line is powered by an exclusive 1.6-liter GDI turbocharged engine with six-speed manual or seven-speed Double Clutch Transmission (DCT). The DCT has a SHIFTRONIC® manual shift mode via large steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters or the gear selector lever according to driver preference. An easy-to-read LCD readout on the instrument panel shows the selected gear at all times for the driver. This drivetrain generates 201 horsepower and 195 lb.-ft. of torque to meet performance and fuel efficiency needs. An available sport mode can take the thrills a bit higher with more aggressive shift points and the ability to hold a gear longer.

Innovation: Continuously Variable Valve Duration
The Elantra N Line’s engine uses the same Continuously Variable Valve Duration (CVVD) technology found in the Sonata. This variable control technology can adjust how long an engine valve is open. CVVD opens the intake valve from the middle to end of the compression stroke when the Elantra N Line is maintaining a constant speed and requiring low engine output which, helps improve fuel efficiency by reducing the resistance caused by compression. To enhance torque and improve acceleration the intake valve is closed at the beginning of the compression stroke to maximize the amount of air used for the explosion. This innovative technology helps propel the Elantra N Line to 60 miles per hour quickly and allows it to achieve a target of combined 31 MPG, a more than 5 percent when compared with the outgoing 2020 Elantra Sport.