2024 Hyundai Creta N-Line: New TVC Launched

On March 11, the considerably sportier Creta N-line version of the well-liked small SUV was introduced in India. Those who want to drive something sporty and entertaining are the target market for Creta N-line. Among the many improvements offered by the N-line are improved performance, updated styling, and an all new interior. For the SUV, Hyundai India has unveiled its second TVC.

The 48-second TVC (television video commercial) opens with different camera perspectives of a Hyundai building and the sound of an emergency alarm. The basement is where the Creta N-line appears, finished in a gorgeous shade of Thunder Blue with an abyss black roof. Titan Grey, Abyss Black, and Atlas White are additional colour choices. It is also possible to choose any of these colour options with a black roof.

The SUV’s front has been completely redesigned, with the grille situated significantly lower. The vehicle’s grille now sports an N-line badge. To give the car a considerably sportier appearance, the grille and bumper have been completely redone.

The TVC emphasises the Creta N-line’s rapid acceleration and athletic nature. It displays the SUV in its second shade, the stunning Titan Grey. In the TVC, the SUV’s side profile is also featured. The car now has 18-inch N-line-specific alloy wheels with red accents throughout. Everything on the side is the same, rest of it.

The only minor modifications to the rear are a stylish spoiler, dual exhaust tips, a revised bumper, and red highlights. The TVC emphasises the car’s performance in addition to showcasing its look. It depicts two Creta N-line racers competing in street racing.

The car’s interior has undergone significant modification, but this is not highlighted in the TVC. The Creta N-line has an all-black motif with red inlays on the gear knob, steering wheel, and leatherette seats instead of the standard grey theme. Additionally, a much sportier-looking steering wheel with leather wrapping has been installed.

A 1.5-liter turbocharged petrol engine producing 163 horsepower and 253 nm of torque powers the Creta N-line. A 6-speed manual or a 7-speed Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) will be the transmission options available for this engine option. Customers can select the model that best meets their requirements.

There have been other upgrades outside the engine and appearance.

Rivals of the Creta N-line include the Volkswagen Taigun GT, Skoda Kushaq, and Kia Seltos X-Line, each of which has a sportier variant. The costs of the Mahindra XUV700, Tata Harrier, and MG Hector are among the competing models that are comparable to the sportier Creta.

Hyundai has introduced the N8 and N10 as the two Creta N-line models. The features of the N8 are comparable to those of the SX version of the ordinary Creta. Likewise, the top of the line SX(O) model of the ordinary Creta is replicated by the N10. The fully loaded N-10 trim starts at Rs. 19.34 lakhs, while the N8 starts at Rs. 16.82 lakhs ex-showroom.

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