While the Indian car market continues to get a black-themed Hyundai Creta Knight Edition, the Brazilian car market has just received the new Creta N Line Night Edition. For those who don’t know, Brazil already gets the Hyundai Creta N Line, which comes with a different set of powertrain options and a revised front look. Hyundai will be selling 900 units of the Creta N Line Night Edition, which looks terrific with its all-blacked-out appeal.
Like the Knight Edition of Creta sold in India, the Hyundai Creta N Line Night Edition for Brazil gets an all-black paint scheme, along with a blacked-out front grille, bumper inserts and scuff plates, pillars and alloy wheels. Compared to the Indian version, the Brazil-spec Creta N Line gets a different, wider front grille, bumper and sharper housings for the fog lamps. The Creta N Line Night Edition also gets dual exhaust ports, side skirts and a rear spoiler, along with ‘Night Edition’ badges.
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On the inside, the new Hyundai Creta N Line Night Edition features an all-black cabin layout with black leather upholstery contrasted by red stitching on the seats, dashboard, door panels and transmission lever. This limited-edition Creta also gets aluminium pedals and door sills and red accents on the steering wheel and transmission lever.
The interior features on offer in the Creta N Line Night Edition include a panoramic sunroof, automatic climate control, push start-stop button, full-TFT instrument console, drive mode selector, and BOSE sound system. It is also offered with a whole suite of ADAS features.
While the Creta Knight Edition in India gets 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engine options, the Creta N Line Night Edition is powered by a 2.0-litre naturally-aspirated petrol engine, which was offered earlier in Alcazar, Elantra and Tucson in India. Here, this engine is paired to a 6-speed automatic gearbox and produces 157 bhp of power and 188 Nm of torque. In the flex-fuel mode, this engine claims 167 bhp of power and 202 Nm of torque.
While Hyundai has shown no intentions of launching the Creta N Line in India as of now, the front bumper and grille do make it look more aggressive. We have seen many car buyers customizing their cars to make them look like their global versions in the past, by importing body kits from other countries. It will be no surprise if the Hyundai Creta N Line body kit comes to India someday, allowing many Creta owners to modify their SUVs in India.
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