Hyundai is India’s second largest car manufacturer. The manufacturer recently unveiled the N-Line version of i20 for Indian market. It is different from the regular i20 as it gets different body kits, exhaust and retuned suspension setup. As Hyundai has officially introduced N-Line in India, there is a possibility that Hyundai might introduce more products with N-Line badge in future. Here we have a set of digitally rendered images that show how Creta SUV would look like, if Hyundai were to launch an N-Line version of the same.
The render images have been shared by sdesyn on Instagram. the render reimagines Hyundai Creta as a performance SUV. Hyundai Creta is currently the most popular SUV in the segment and it competes with cars like Kia Seltos, Skoda Kushaq, MG Hector, Tata Harrier in the segment. This is just a digital render and Hyundai so far has not shared any word about an N-Line version of Creta.
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First thing that one would notice on the Creta is the paint job. The SUV gets Hyundai’s signature blue and black racing colours with red accents. All the chrome elements on the regular Creta have been removed replaced with gloss black panels. The front grille has been completely changed. Instead of cascading chrome grille, the SUV gets a grille with multiple vertical slats. N-Line badge is also seen on the grille.
The bumper looks a lot more muscular as their is a red coloured lower lip and carbon fiber finished body kit. A set of LED DRLs are also installed on the bumper. The boomerang shaped split LED DRLs and tri-beam headlamps are all retained. Coming to the side profile, the Creta N-Line gets red colour accents on the lower body cladding. The wheels have also been replaced. The dual tone machine cut alloy wheels have been replaced for bigger all-black multi-spoke alloy wheels with low profile tyre.
The lightning silver arc on the side profile of Hyundai Creta also receives a carbon fiber finish for that sporty look. The roof has been blacked out and so are all the pillars. At the rear, artist has removed the split LED tail light that comes with the regular Creta. He has retained the LED bar that runs from one end to the other. The space where tail lights are originally positioned is left vacant. Coming down, the bumper gets a gloss black and red inserts with twin tip exhaust that indicates this is not a regular Creta. N-Line badging can be seen on the boot of the car as well.
If Hyundai ever decides to introduce an N-Line version of Creta in India, it would be powered by the 1.4 litre turbocharged petrol engine that generates 140 Ps and 242 Nm of peak torque. The engine is mated to a 7-speed DCT gearbox as standard. Hyundai Creta is also available with two other engine options. There is a 1.5 litre naturally aspirated petrol engine that generates 115 Ps and 144 Nm of torque. This engine is available with manual and CVT gearbox option. The 1.5 litre turbo diesel engine generates 115 Ps and 250 Nm of peak torque. This engine is also available with a manual and automatic transmission option.
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