After Hyundai India announced that the new Venue N-Line will be launched on the Metaverse, the brand started accepting official bookings on the car. The car can be booked online on the official website of the brand. The booking amount is set at Rs 21,000.
The new Venue N-Line will come with a long list of changes to give it a sportier edge. The new sportier N-Line avatar of the Venue will offer a slew of changes and new features that are not available with the standard version of the Hyundai Venue N-Line. Hyundai India will announce the price of the new version on 6th September.
Also read: Tata Punch and Hyundai Venue in a comparison video
Hyundai has made a slew of cosmetic changes in the new Venue N-Line. The front grille of the car will be Dark Chrome and there will be a new sporty tailgate-mounted spoiler. The new Venue N-Line will also offer N-Line Emblem on Dark Chrome at the front grille, side fenders and tailgate.
Other changes include new R16 Diamond Cut alloy wheels with N branding. The design of the alloy wheels is different from the standard version and it looks much sportier than the standard version of the car. Hyundai has also added athletic red highlights on exteriors on the bumper, fender, side sill and roof rails.
The cabin also gets a lot of changes including an all-black cabin with red highlights. The vehicle also gets red brake callipers at the front. The Venue N-Line will also get a dual camera dashboard camera. Other feature highlights include the BlueLink connectivity option and Home to car Alexa and Google Assistant connectivity.
Hyundai Venue N-Line engine and transmission
Hyundai will offer the new Venue N-Line only with the 1.0-litre turbocharged engine and a DCT gearbox. While the exact details are out, we may see the Venue N-Line with a tweaked suspension set-up for a sportier driving stance and a reworked exhaust for a better exhaust note. The Venue N-Line will be available with two trims – N6 and N8.
The engine will offer three drive modes between Normal, Eco and Sport. The 1.0-litre engine produces a maximum power of 120 PS and a peak torque of 172 Nm. The N-Line variant will also offer Vehicle Stability Management, Hill Assist Control, Dual Airbags, Electronic Stability Control, all-four disc brakes, ISOFIX, ABS with EBD, Brake Assist, Parking assist sensors and camera with dynamic guidelines and headlamp escort function.
Also read: Upcoming 2022 Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza rendered