Two is Better Than One: Hyundai Shakes Up the Market with 2 Captivating SUVs

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Hyundai’s debut of the Creta facelift has got the year off to a great start. The Creta has, as anticipated, taken off right away, with the brand reporting 51,000 reservations in just one month. Hyundai now plans to add two more SUVs during the following six months to maintain the momentum. These two new Hyundai SUVs are what? Let’s investigate. 

Creta N Line

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We recently spotted the Creta N Line variant during an AD shoot, so it’s not too far away. The N Line model has a redesigned grille that resembles the Exter model. A new roof spoiler, dual exhausts, thick side skirts with red highlights, new 18-inch N-Line alloy wheels, and an entirely new diffuser round out the exterior modifications. More red inlays give the interiors a sportier appearance. It also included a steering wheel and gear lever unique to the N Line. Anticipated is the continued use of the same 1.5-liter turbocharged petrol engine.

Although specifications are unknown, a manual gearbox may be offered in addition to the DCT transmission. It may have the same more aggressive suspension, louder exhaust, and better handling as other N Line cars from Hyundai. It is anticipated that the Creta N Line will debut in February or March of 2024. 

New Hyundai SUVs – Alcazar facelift

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Given the release of the Creta facelift, it seems reasonable that the Korean company would likewise modernize the Alcazar. Hyundai is undoubtedly working on the Alcazar facelift because multiple test drives of the vehicle have been documented. Similar to the Creta facelift, new wheels, LED headlamps, connected tail lamps, and a larger grille are to be expected. We do anticipate certain internal alterations, similar to the Creta. First, we could see the two screens that housed the digital instrument cluster and entertainment system. Additional novel features might comprise an ADAS, memory feature, heads-up display, and so on. In the upcoming three to four months, the Alcazar facelift is anticipated to debut.

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