Hyundai is interested in the release of the updated Venue and Venue N Line, which will be released in June 2022. After that, Creta N Line can see the light of day.
Hyundai may soon launch the N Line version of its popular Creta midsize SUV. SRK Designs are the leading digital car designers who have created this innovative illustration. Last year, Hyundai introduced the N Line version of its popular i20 premium hatchback. Now we can see the N Line version of the venue after Crete in the near future. Through its N Line division, Hyundai plans to create a subsidiary brand for driving enthusiasts.
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Hyundai Creta N Line
The design of this version is not much different from the usual version, because it is not a full-fledged N version with a large engine, but an N Line version with a few changes. These include a large dark grille with a glossy black finish, blue inserts inside the headlights, the N Line sign on the front grille and side panels, a black and red bumper with a fog lamp housing on both sides, and black round arches. and silver side body cladding, black ORVMs, roof rails, black side supports and a black roof. Two-tone red and black paint emphasizes the sporty look of the SUV. Finally, black alloy wheels complete the overall look.
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The standard version of the Creta comes with a 1.5-liter four-cylinder gasoline unit that produces a maximum torque of 115 PS and 145 Nm, while the diesel engine is a 1.5-liter four-cylinder unit that produces a peak of 115 PS and 250 Nm. torque and an interesting 1.4-liter turbocharged T-GDI engine that produces 143 PS and 242 Nm and comes with a 7-speed DCT. 6-speed manual CVT automatic transmission options are also available. The N Line version primarily comes with a single turbocharged petrol version.
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In addition to the aesthetic changes inside, some mechanical adjustments may be made to the suspension and steering. Tell us your thoughts about Hyundai N Line in general and Creta N Line in particular. Are you looking for a sporty version of Creta?