Hyundai Creta N Line Set for March 11 Launch

Just two months after the release of the facelifted Creta, Hyundai is set to introduce the highly anticipated Creta N Line variant to its lineup. The official pricing for the Creta N Line is scheduled to be announced on March 11, with bookings expected to open by the end of this month.

Powertrain Options

The Creta N Line will retain the 160hp, 253Nm, 1.5-litre four-cylinder turbo-petrol engine from the regular Creta, but with the added option of a 6-speed manual gearbox. The existing 7-speed DCT gearbox will also be available. In addition to the powertrain enhancements, the N Line variant will feature a retuned suspension setup, revised steering, and a sportier exhaust, aligning with the performance-focused N Line models.

Exterior and Interior Enhancements

The Creta N Line will boast a revamped design, showcasing its sportier character. The front end will feature a new bumper with a slimmer grille, angular cuts, wider air inlets, and a distinctive bull bar-like element. The headlamp and LED DRL arrangement will remain unchanged. On the sides, pronounced side skirts with red accents, N Line badging, and larger 18-inch wheels with a new design will characterize the profile. At the rear, a larger roof-mounted spoiler, a sportier bumper with a prominent diffuser, and dual exhaust tips will be prominent. Two new color options – blue and matte grey – will be introduced.

Inside the cabin, minimal changes to the dashboard and equipment list are expected. However, an all-black finish, an N Line-specific steering wheel and gear lever, metal pedals, and red accents are anticipated.

Market Positioning

Upon its launch, the Creta N Line will not have a direct rival in the midsize SUV class. Noteworthy special edition variants in the segment include the Kia Seltos X Line and the Skoda Kushaq Monte Carlo. A price markup of approximately Rs 50,000 over the regular Creta is expected for the N Line variant.

Stay tuned for more updates as Hyundai gears up for the exciting launch of the Creta N Line on March 11.

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