The i20 is the smallest car from Hyundai's N performance division.
Exterior said to combine “elements of Hyundai’s rallying heritage with the Sensuous Sportiness design identity”.
Available in six colours - Performance Blue with optional Phantom Black roof pictured.
Said to weight just 1,190kg
1.6-litre four-cylinder turbo-petrol engine makes 204hp and 275Nm
The i20 N gets new sports seats, and N branding for the steering wheel, gearknob and pedals.
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