Hyundai is working on multiple N Line versions of its existing model range. The company has already introduced the i20 N Line in India as well as in global markets. Moreover, Hyundai is also testing the N Line variant of the soon-to-be-launched Venue sub-4 meter SUV. Now, Hyundai Brazil has released a teaser image that revealed the N Line badge on the Creta SUV.
Details about the Creta N Line are yet to be revealed. It is likely to receive similar changes and mechanical updates that are available in other N Line models. For people not in the know, the ‘N’ represents the brand’s two development centres – Hyundai’s global R&D centre in Namyang and Hyundai’s European technical centre in Nurburgring, Germany.
The new Hyundai Creta N Line is likely to receive chequered flag inspired front grille with N Line badge, red inserts on front bumper, sides and red brake callipers. The SUV could also receive new bumpers and alloy wheels.
Inside the cabin, the new Hyundai Creta N Line is also expected to receive red inserts, red ambient lighting and contrasting red stitching on the seats. N Line badge will be added on various parts of the cabin.
The new Creta N Line is not likely to receive any significant mechanical update. Hyundai is likely to tweak the suspension set-up for better steering feedback. In the Brazilian market, the new Creta is offered with a 2.0-litre petrol engine. The India-spec model will continue to be offered with the existing engine line-up – a 113bhp, 1.5L Petrol, a 113bhp, 1.5L turbo-diesel and a 138bhp, 1.4L turbo petrol.
Hyundai will launch the new Creta facelift in the Indian market before the end of this year. The new model is already on sale in select international markets including Indonesia, Thailand and others. The SUV will receive an all-new front fascia, which is inspired by the new Tucson. Adding to it, the SUV will have revised rear end and new bumpers. The new Creta is also expected to feature ADAS features.