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Hyundai Creta Spied Without Camo; Global Unveil Next Month

Hyundai N-Line debuted in India with the i20 and the Venue will be the second model to get the sportier treatment in our country. With added sporty touches, a turbo petrol engine, and beefier exhaust noise it bodes well with enthusiasts, offering a quick ride along with all the bells and whistles. Hyundai now looking to expand its N-Line lineup with the much-fabled Hyundai Creta. Seen undisguised testing on the roads in Brazil, it is clear that the highly popular mid-size SUV is about to get even crazier. What all changes will N-Line bring to the Creta? Let’s find out!

Unique Exterior Styling

Also teased by Hyundai, it looks like the Creta N-Line is almost production-ready and will be first sold in the South American region, but sadly it will still be built on the pre-facelifted model. Newer exterior bits include a revised front fascia similar to the updated Hyundai Tuscon with chrome winged inserts on the front grille. However, the rest of the face including the LED lights housing and DRL seems to be the same as the current model.

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The side and rear profiles are also the exact same on the N-Line as the existing Creta. Additional changes include red inserts all over the car to signify that sporty vibe and those large dual-bore exhausts which have become a signature of the N-Line now.

Since facelifted Creta is likely to hit our shores by year-end or in early 2023, expect the Korean carmaker to launch the N Line version of the facelifted Creta in India.

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Interior Updates and Features

Although not officially revealed, if the interior changes are anything similar to the i20 N-Line, we can expect the Creta N-Line to have new leather seats with red stitching, N-Line specific steering wheel with red stitching, and red inserts all over the interior bits, aluminium pedals, and paddle shifters.

Hyundai Creta N-Line India launch

Expected Powertrain

Hyundai offers the Creta with 1.0-liter turbo petrol and 2.0-liter naturally aspirated petrol engines in Brazil. However, its Indian-spec version is expected to come with a 1.4-litre turbo-petrol engine netting 140PS of power and 242Nm of torque, mated to the 7-speed DCT (dual-clutch) automatic transmission. Hyundai could also tweak its suspension and steering wheel for a more pleasing driving experience. 

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