While the launch of the Venue facelift and Venue N Line is predicted in India subsequent month, Hyundai has additionally begun teasing the brand new Creta N Line abroad. The sportier iteration of the Creta will go on sale within the South American market first and will make it to Indian shores as properly.
The Creta N Line will initially go on sale in South America. Hyundai Brazil has teased the SUV on its social media and although not a lot has been revealed, it confirms the N Line badge on the grille. What can be confirmed is that the Creta N Line is not going to be primarily based on the facelifted Creta that’s on sale in Indonesia, however the pre-facelift model that’s offered in South America, Russia and India.
The Creta N Line could have extra beauty updates. The entrance bumper appears to be taller with typical Hyundai N chequered flag design for the inserts; the identical theme continues on the rear bumper the place it additionally will get the identical therapy.
The entrance grille is a tad smaller and has a design that’s really much like the brand new Tucson (coming to India quickly) and the facelifted Creta that’s on sale in Indonesia. Apart from these styling tweaks, the Creta N Line will get different-looking alloy wheels, inside upgrades similar to N Line steering wheel, distinctive N Line particular upholstery with pink stitching and aluminium paddles, amongst different bits.
Hyundai’s N Line vary of autos don’t normally get any improve below their hood and the Creta N Line may comply with the identical. The SUV is offered with a 2.0-litre petrol engine within the South American market, which is similar engine because the one discovered within the Alcazar. The Creta N Line may most certainly get the identical engine and gearbox possibility as the usual SUV offered in that respective market.
Hyundai launched the N Line sub-brand in India with the newest i20, and the model, in keeping with sources, is all set to deliver its first N Line badged SUV in India — primarily based on the upcoming Venue facelift due subsequent month. While there is no such thing as a affirmation on an India launch, we see excessive probabilities of the Creta N Line making it to India someday sooner or later.