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Bookings Open For Hyundai Venue N-Line

Hyundai Motors India has started accepting bookings for the upcoming Venue N-Line ahead of its launch on September 6. The Venue will be the second model to get N-Line treatment in India, after the i20. And just like i20 N-Line, Alcazar, and the recently launched Tucson SUV, it will be also sold through Hyundai’s signature dealerships.

Hyundai Venue N-Line – How Will It Be Different From The Standard Model?

Compared to its standard model, the N-Line SUV will get host of cosmetic enhancements to make it look more aggresive and sportier.

For starters, the Venue N Line will be adorned by a chrome-studded front grille with N Line emblem, revised bumpers & skid plates at both ends with sportier red color accent. Further, the side skid plates, N-branded new alloy wheels with front red brake calipers, an extended rear spoiler, and dual exhaust tip up its sporty quotient.

Inside, the Venue N-Line will feature an all-black interior scheme with contrasting red color elements around the cabin. It will also get N-branded gear knob and seat upholstery with red color stitchings. The features list of the car will include all the whistles & bells of the regular model, including multiple driving modes (Normal, Eco and Sport), an electric sunroof, a digitized instrument cluster, a powered driver’s seat, auto AC, and an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with a smartphone integration support & connected car technology.

Aside from the visual changes, the carmaker is also expected to retune the exhaust note, stiff suspension setup, and improve steering feedback to enhance the overall driving performance.

Color options for the N-Line SUV include Shadow grey, Shadow grey with phantom black roof, Polar white with Phantom black roof, Polar White, and the signature Thunder blue with phantom black roof.

Underneath the skin, the Venue N-Line is likely to get the 1.0-liter turbocharged petrol engine (120PS/172Nm) with the 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. 

The Hyundai Venue N-Line will be offered in two variants: N6 and N8. We assume its prices to start from around Rs 11 lakh (ex-showroom), putting it against the likes of the upcoming Kia Sonet X-Line and Mahindra XUV300 Sportz.