Here is a unique iteration of what the N concept of the Hyundai Creta could look like. Hyundai has recently introduced its N-Line in India with i20 being the first product in the fleet. It has ensured that there will be more N-Line versions of other products to come. The most popular SUV in the country might also be the one with the N-Line variant. N-Line variants are essentially catered to the driving enthusiasts with a few tweaks in the suspension, steering, exteriors, exhaust notes, etc of a regular car. The engine updates are done on the more expensive N Division range of products. Hence, the N concept of the Hyundai Creta might very well look like this. These images are designed by Sdesyn on Instagram. Let us take a look at these renditions.
Hyundai Creta N-Line Concept
The overall silhouette and exteriors remain more or less the same. However, there are a fair few visual changes that ensure that it is clearly distinguishable from the regular Creta. To start with, the front fascia looks sporty with a blacked-out vertically slated chunky grille with a gloss black strip on the top and an N badge at one end, LED Fog Lamps, redesigned lower half of the front bumper with red inserts on the carbon fibre splitter. The colour is a dedicated offering with the N versions of Hyundai. The roof is blacked out to accentuate the sporty element. The sides sport characteristic sharp creases running from the front fender all the way back to the hip of the SUV. Sides also host black and red side skirting, large low-profile black alloy wheels with red colours on the tyres to make the SUV look sporty.
The rear also has a ton of exciting stuff. To start with, the entire tail lamp cluster has been omitted from its regular position. There is a solid brake light strip running across the breadth of the boot lid, dual exhausts on the bumper, red accents above the blacked-out skid plate and LED reflector lights on the edges of the bumper. Apart from that, there is a shark fin antenna, roof-mounted rear spoiler and a redesigned bumper. All in all, this iteration could very well represent the original N concept version of the Creta if Hyundai ever decides to make one.