Hyundai is on a launch spree with the updated Venue and Venue N Line lined up for launch in June 2022. Following that, the Creta N Line might also see the light of day.
Hyundai might soon be planning to bring the N Line version of its popular Creta mid-size SUV to our market soon. SRK Designs are prominent digital automobile designers who have come up with this innovative illustration. Hyundai had introduced the N Line version of its popular i20 premium hatchback last year. Now, we might see the N Line version of the Venue soon followed by a Creta. With the N Line division, Hyundai is planning to create a sub-brand for driving enthusiasts.
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Hyundai Creta N Line
The design of this version is not too different from the regular version because it is not a full-blown N version with a massive engine but the N Line version that features minor changes. These include a massive blacked-out grille with a gloss black finish, blue inserts inside the headlamps, N Line badging at the front grille and side fender, a black and red layered bumper with fog lamp housing on either side, black wheel arches with black and silver side body cladding, black ORVMs, roof rails, black side pillars and black roof. The dual-tone red and black paint job accentuates the sportiness of the SUV. Finally, the black alloy wheels complete the overall look.
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The regular version of the Creta comes with a 1.5-litre four-cylinder petrol unit that produces 115 PS and 145 Nm of peak torque, a diesel engine is a 1.5-litre four-cylinder unit that also produces 115 PS and 250 Nm of peak torque and an exciting 1.4-litre turbo-petrol T-GDI engine that produces 143 PS and 242 Nm and comes with a 7-speed DCT. The 6-speed manual CVT automatic transmission options are available as well. The N Line version will most likely come with the sole turbo petrol variant.
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There might also be some mechanical tweaks made to the suspension and steering in addition to the aesthetic changes to the inside. Let us know your thoughts about the N Line division of Hyundai in general and Creta N Line in particular. Are you looking for a sporty version of the Creta?