Hyundai's N-Line version of cars look and perform better than their stock counterparts. Here's how the new-gen Hyundai Creta will look like with the N-Line badge in place.
Hyundai Creta in its new-gen avatar received a warm response from the Indian audience even when the country was partially locked down. Hyundai offers it in a total of 5 variants – E, EX, S, SX, and SX(O). However, there’s a dedicated Turbo trim on offer, which comes with a different design for the alloy wheels, blacked-out radiator grille, and black interior with red accents. It is referred to as the sportier trim of the new-gen Creta. In the international markets, however, Hyundai is known to introduce N-Line versions of its cars and even the new-gen Creta is expected to don the performance-spec N-Line attire. But, what will it look like with the N-Line treatment? Here’s a digital rendering of the same.
Above rendering is created by our in-house design artist – Shoeb R. Kalania. In terms of changes, this rendered version of Creta N-Line gets a lot of them in comparison to its regular counterpart. There’s a new grille on the front that features bigger air inlet and some red highlights. Moreover, the lower portion of the bumper gets a wider air dam with redesigned fog lamp housings. It gets a red accent as well.
On the sides, the most noticeable change is the new design for the alloy wheels. The black-painted units look sportier. Also, it gets an N-Line badge on the front fenders. While the rear bumper is not visible in this rendering, it gets a similar treatment as the front unit. The digital artist has used dual-tone paint job here and managed to do away with the lightning silver arc. As of now, the South-Korean carmaker has no plans to introduce an N-Line version of the 2020 Creta. However, if it does, it will be surely be loved by enthusiasts across the globe.
Currently, Hyundai Creta comes with three engine options – 1.5L petrol, 1.5L diesel, and 1.4L turbo petrol. The 1.5L units develop an identical power output of 115 PS, but the torque output stands at 250 Nm for the oil burner and 144 Nm for the petrol motor. Both of these units come with a 6-speed MT as standard. Although, buyers can opt for a CVT with the petrol unit and a 6-speed automatic with the diesel engine. The turbo-petrol motor, on the other hand, is available with a 7-speed DCT only and puts out 140 PS against 242 Nm.