Hyundai Creta N Line Revealed; Bookings Open

Hyundai has kicked off bookings for the Creta N Line, requiring a token amount of Rs 25,000, with the launch set for March 11. The Creta N Line marks Hyundai’s third model to receive the N Line treatment, promising sportier exterior and interior enhancements along with revamped suspension and steering geometry.

Exterior Design

The Creta N Line boasts a significantly sportier front end featuring an all-new grille and bumper assembly characterized by angular cuts, wider air inlets, and a distinctive bull bar-like element. While the headlamps and LED Daytime Running Lamps remain unchanged, the profile showcases pronounced side skirts with red accents, N Line badging, and larger 18-inch wheels with low-profile tires filling the wheel arches. Notably, the brake calipers are finished in red, and at the rear, a larger roof-mounted spoiler and a sportier bumper with a prominent diffuser add to the dynamic appeal. Additionally, a new color option, thunder blue with a black roof, is introduced.

Interior Expectations

While interior images are yet to be released, comprehensive updates akin to the exterior are not expected. However, anticipations include an all-black dashboard with contrasting red accents throughout the cabin, along with potential N Line-specific features such as a steering wheel, gear lever, and metal pedals. Being based on the top-spec trim, the Creta N Line comes fully loaded with all the gadgets available on the regular Creta.

Mechanical Upgrades

The Creta N Line will be powered by the 160hp, 253Nm, 1.5-liter four-cylinder turbo-petrol engine, paired with a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox. Enthusiasts will be pleased with the availability of a proper 6-speed manual gearbox. True to N Line models, the Creta N Line also receives a retuned suspension setup, reworked steering dynamics, and a sportier exhaust with twin tips.

Competition and Pricing

Upon launch, the Creta N Line will not directly compete with any rivals, although other special edition variants in the segment include the Kia Seltos X Line and the Skoda Kushaq Monte Carlo. Expect a markup of approximately Rs 50,000 for the N Line variant over the regular Creta.

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