Hyundai Creta N-Line: Interiors Unveiled Before Launch on March 11

In anticipation of the official debut of the much-anticipated Creta N-Line on March 11th, Hyundai Motor India has revealed the interiors. Reservations for the high-performance SUV are now available, requiring a Rs 25,000 down payment.

After the i20 and Venue were successful, Hyundai’s third “N Line” model in India is the Creta N-Line. It is anticipated that this most recent addition would enjoy a similar favourable reception to its brothers and help the recently released standard Creta maintain a solid sales performance.

“Modern athleticism” is embodied in the Creta N-Line’s interior design. The inside, which is mostly black, has bold red accents and subdued “N” logos on the steering wheel, gear knob, and plush leatherette seats. For those who enjoy driving, this combination produces an experience that is both exhilarating and interesting. The car’s athletic nature is further emphasised by the red ambient lighting.

The exterior of the Creta N-Line also clearly displays its sporty nature. The striking Thunder Blue colour scheme outside is complemented with a black roof and red accents.

It is distinguished from the standard Creta by an exclusive N Line grille, updated bumpers, red brake callipers, red side sill inserts and wider 18-inch alloy wheels bearing the ‘N’ emblem. A fake rear splitter and dual-tip exhaust also improve the car’s aesthetics and give it a sharper exhaust note.

Numerous options are included with the Creta N-Line, such as a panoramic sunroof, dual 10.25-inch infotainment and instrumentation screens, and dual-zone climate control. It has an electronic parking brake, six airbags, a full ADAS package, and hill start aid in addition to extra safety features found in higher models.

The Creta N-Line does not get any performance enhancements, despite a substantial redesign of the exterior and interior. The 1.5-liter turbo-petrol engine, which produces 160 horsepower and 253 Nm of torque, powers the Creta N-Line. A 6-speed manual gearbox has been added to the lineup of available transmissions, in addition to the current 7-speed dual-clutch transmission.

The base pricing of the Creta N-Line is anticipated to be Rs 17.50 lakh (ex-showroom), with the top-spec model costing approximately Rs 23.00 lakh. In the small SUV market, the vehicle will go up against other well-known competitors including the Volkswagen Taigun GT Line, Skoda Kushaq, and Kia Seltos GTX+.

The sporty interiors of the Creta N-Line have been unveiled, which heightens excitement for the vehicle’s official launch next week. The Creta N-Line is an attempt to make a name for itself in the Indian market by offering low price, cutting-edge technology, and a design focused on performance.

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