Hyundai Creta is the best selling mid-size SUV in the Indian market. It has been a very popular USV throughout our country and is selling in good numbers. The manufacturer also launched the Alcazar which is based on the Creta but is a 7-seater SUV. Hyundai also makes performance variants of their vehicles which are depicted by “N” at the end of their name. Here, an artist has imagined the N variant of the Creta.
The rendering has been done by sdesyn and the pictures are uploaded on Instagram. The rendering shows us the exterior of the SUV in detail while the interior of the Creta N has not been rendered by the artist. The artist has used Performance Blue colour for the rendering.
This is the same colour that Hyundai uses on its N Line of vehicles. The roof has been finished in black colour giving Creta a dual-tone paint scheme.
The artist says writes that in his imagination the Creta N would have 200+ bhp of max power. Having said that, it is important to note that the N Line of the Creta does not exist officially and Hyundai has also not announced anything regarding a sporty variant of the Creta.
Up-front, we see that it uses the same LED headlamp setup but it has been smoked for a more sporty effect. The grille’s shape is the same as the stock Creta but it gets multiple vertical slats with an N badging. The grille also has a piano black surround.
Then there are new C-shaped LED Daytime Running Lamps that are placed in the position of the foglamps. The run in combination with the C-shaped LED Daytime Running Lamp located in the headlamp. It also gets a different bumper with piano black inserts and a front splitter finished in red.
At the rear, the artist has simplified the LED tail lamps. So, instead of the C-shaped tail lamps. Now, there is a light bar that goes across the width of the SUV. There are also another set of tail lamps placed in the lower half of the bumper.
There is also a read diffuser finished in piano black along with red accents. There are two exhaust pipes that have been positioned beside the diffuser. There is also an N badge on the tailgate and the Hyundai logo is also now finished in dark chrome.
Then we come to the side profile of the render. Here, we see that the SUVs sits lower than the stock Creta. This gives a more sporty and aggressive stance to the SUV. The character lines have also been enhanced and are now more visible.
There is a red finish on the side skirts. It is using multi-spoke alloy wheels finished in black from Vossen wheels. The wheels are wrapped in Pirelli P Zero tyres which have red decals instead of white ones.
The rendering does look very attractive even than the Turbo variants of the Creta that are sold in our country. The Turbo variants come with a more powerful 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol engine that produces 140 PS of max power and 242 Nm of peak torque.