The N-Line versions of the Hyundai cars are becoming popular among the driving enthusiasts lately. These serve as a great balance between regular and full-blown N Division Hyundai vehicles.
With the launch of the updated Hyundai Venue, the talks of the N-Line version are also gaining momentum. Venue is one of the more popular cars in the compact SUV segment in our market. It has been posting healthy sales figures consistently over the years. There have been quite a few images surfaced online that suggest what the facelifted Venue might look like. Similarly, some reports also suggest that there might be an N-Line variant to follow with the launch of the facelifted Venue and the spy shots of the same have surfaced in the Korean market.
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Hyundai Venue N-Line Launch
A digital automobile designer, Shubhajit Dixit, has shared some interesting renditions on his Instagram page. These images represent a sporty outlook of the Venue that will suit its N-Line badge. In the first iteration, the LED DRLs have been made very sleek and modern along with the red insert on the bumper and side body cladding on the blue paint shade to impose its sporty characteristics. It is also finished in a dual-tone theme with a white roof and roof rails. The second iteration is a bit toned down version but the design is sophisticated and contemporary. The special highlight is the stylish alloy wheels and the massive grille at the front. The taillamps are connected via a light strip that runs across the width of the car.
As far as the specifications are concerned, the Venue N-Line is most likely to be powered by the same engine and gearbox options as the i20 N-Line. This means that there will be a 1.0-litre direct injection turbo petrol engine that produces 120 PS and 172 Nm of peak power and torque respectively. The transmission options might include an iMT and a quick-shifting DCT. The prices of the regular version of the Venue currently range between Rs 6.99 lakh and Rs 11.87 lakh, ex-showroom. The facelifted version might see a slight increase in prices. The N-Line is likely to cost substantially more if and when it comes to India.
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Let us know what did you think of this N-Line version of the Hyundai Venue. Also, would you be open to an N-Line version of the compact SUV or go with the regular version?