Hyundai launched the all-new Creta in Indian market earlier this year. It is entirely different from the older generation and competes with cars like Kia Seltos, MG Hector and Tata Harrier in the segment. Just like the older gen Creta, new version has also become popular among buyers and is now a common sight on our roads. If you know Hyundai, then you must have heard of N-Line as well. N-Line is a badge that is seen on performance oriented vehicles from Hyundai. There are N-Line versions of regular cars sold in the international markets but, we do not get the same in India. Here we have a video that shows how Creta would look like, if Hyundai had plans to launch an N-Line version.
The video has been uploaded by IndianAutosBlog on their youtube channel. The video starts by showing the regular Hyundai Creta that is available in the market. First thing that the render artist does with the car is to remove the front grille completely. All the chrome and silver elements or garnishes that were seen on the car were either removed or blacked out completely.
The front grille is replaced with an all black unit with jewel type designs and red accents. There is an N-Line badge on the right end as well. Only shiny bit on this part is the Hyundai logo in the centre. The headlamps and DRL all get the same shape. The bumper has been redesigned and it now looks more muscular than the regular version. The lower air dam also gets red accents for added sporty look.
Moving the side profile, the silver lightning arc on the Creta has been blacked out along with the roof rails, A,B and C pillars. The chrome door handles are now body coloured and the dual tone machine cut alloy wheels are all blacked out too. All these changes add a sporty look to the car. Hyundai has not said anything about manufacturing a performance oriented version of Creta and this is purely artist’s imagination. Hyundai Creta is currently available with a 1.5 litre petrol and diesel engine and a 1.4 litre turbo petrol engine option. The 1.5 petrol is available with IVT and manual transmission whereas the diesel gets torque convertor automatic and manual transmission option. The turbo petrol engine only comes with a 7-speed DCT gearbox option.