Expect the Unexpected: Hyundai Creta N Line Set to Redefine the SUV Experience

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The facelift of the Hyundai Creta is now public. Hyundai is anticipated to add an N-Line and an electric vehicle to the Creta portfolio in the future. We’ll be talking more about the N-Line variants in today’s article. The N Line name has thus far been spotted on the i20 and Venue. What can we anticipate from the Creta N Line, then? Let’s discuss it. 

Design tweaks

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The Creta N Line that arrives in India won’t be the same as the one that debuted in Brazil. It hasn’t been made public yet, however, it was recently spotted during an AD shoot. The N-Line variant has an alternative grille that resembles the Exter’s. The SUV has thick side skirts with additional red highlights and new 18-inch N-Line alloy wheels in its side profile. The car’s rear end is finished off with a redesigned diffuser, dual exhausts, and a sportier roof spoiler.

Hyundai Creta N Line – Interior changes

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During the TVC filming, the interiors of the Creta N-Line were also bugged. The automobile N-Line has an all-black interior with red stitching, as expected, to further emphasize the athletic vibe. It also included a steering wheel and gear lever unique to the N Line. Although it hasn’t been formally announced, we anticipate that the new model will ship with a dash camera as standard equipment to improve road safety.

New transmission

It is anticipated that the Creta N Line will only be available with a 1.5-liter turbocharged petrol engine that generates 157 horsepower and 253 Nm of torque. This engine may come with a manual gearbox option, unlike the Creta facelift. It’ll be available in addition to the DCT gearbox. No increase in power is anticipated. Hyundai might equip it with the same sportier suspension, louder exhaust, and improved handling as other N Line vehicles. 

Hyundai Creta N Line – Launch and pricing

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The Creta facelift rollout has finally concluded for Hyundai, and the N Line variant is anticipated to follow. We may anticipate the launch taking place over the next few months, based on the SUV’s sighting during its TVC shoot. Top variants of the Creta N Line may cost as much as Rs 25 lakh (on-road, Mumbai). Prices may start at Rs 20 lakh.

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