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The N Line range of merchandise will be available exclusively at all Hyundai 'Signature' dealerships

Hyundai India has launched the N Line range of merchandise in the country which is associated with the recently launched i20 N Line. The merchandise has been conceptualised and developed on the theme of “Gear for the Player” while it will be available exclusively at all Hyundai 'Signature' dealerships. The Hyundai N Line merchandise will include apparel such as Polo T-Shirt, Round Neck T-Shirt, Jacket, Hoodie (only Blue) and Caps in two color schemes namely White and Blue, besides the other exciting memorabilia and products.


The merchandise range also consists of Monocular, Aero bull bluetooth speaker, Soccer ball, Rucksack bag, Key ring and Travel coffee mug. Commenting on the N Line Merchandise introduction, Mr. Tarun Garg, Director (Sales, Marketing & Service), Hyundai Motor India Ltd., said, “Hyundai is known to hone the youthful and fun seeking spirit of millennials, making a conscious effort to bring out fervour in all our offerings. At a time when millennials are driving consumerism, we have yet again tried to redefine fun and exciting driving experiences for customers who love to embrace playful sportiness. We have launched the N Line range of merchandise that perfectly reflects the philosophy of our N Line cars in India.”


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