Hyundai aims to expand its N Line division in India and Creta N Line has made its debut in the Brazilian market.
WE saw spy pictures of Hyundai Creta N Line tested on the roads. Now the sport version of the mid-size SUV has made its debut in the Brazilian market and we can get a fair idea of what it could be for our market. Creta is the most popular mid-size SUV on the market. Hyundai VW wants to offer a slightly sportier version of Creta to counter newcomers to the segment like Taigun and Skoda Kushaq.
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Hyundai Creta N Line
We called this version a dark edition because it has a striking resemblance. The overall design is the same as the current model in India with a few aesthetic changes. The front grille is now completely black, the design is slightly different, as if there is a silver side plate to strengthen the SUV, the front bumper has been redecorated, a small line on the hood gives the fascia characterization and the installation of the headlight remains quite similar. The wheel arches on the sides are now clearer and the alloy wheel design is very unique.
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The side supports are blackened and have a silver / chrome side skirt. The roof rails are also visible under the influence of the floating roof. There are some differences in style in the tail section, the bumper extends to the trunk lid with curves to give a special look to the back, the T-shaped chrome trim on the rear sliding panel and the double exhaust pipes highlight the sporty theme. SUV. At the back there is a shark swimming antenna and a roof-mounted spoiler.
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In terms of specifications, it comes with the option of a 1.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine with direct injection or a 2.0-liter atmospheric engine. The first is 120 hp. and 172 Nm, while the other develops a maximum power and torque of 164 hp and 202 Nm, respectively. However, the Indian version can get a 1.4-liter turbocharged gasoline that produces 140 horsepower and a maximum power and torque of 242 Nm. It is integrated with a 7-speed DCT transmission for maximum performance. Let’s wait and see when Hyundai leaves the Creta N Line in India.