Hyundai Brazil has teased its new Creta N Line ahead of its launch in the South American market.
- Hyundai Creta N Line teased
- To be launched in South American markets soon
- Sportier version of the SUV with a 2.0-litre petrol engine
- Similar add-ons from the other Hyundai N Line models
- Unclear about its launch in India
Hyundai’s popular SUV, Creta will join the N Line family soon this year. The teaser image from the Korean manufacturer shows Creta with the N Line badge on its grille.
The N Line name is used to represent Hyundai’s two major development centres – the R&D centre in Namyang and the European technical centre in Nürburgring, Germany.
There has not been any announcement about its launch in India right now. Creta N Line will make its global entry from the South American markets.
What to expect from the Hyundai Creta N Line?
Although the teaser image does not reveal much except for the new badge, the model is expected to be based on the pre-facelift Creta. Creta N Line gets the chequered flag-inspired grille, red paint on the front bumper, sides and brake callipers make a great contrast.
The new Creta 2022 will be sportier-looking like the i10, i20, i30, Elantra, Sonata Kona and Tucson from the N Line series. Of these, we currently have the i20 N Line on offer in India and with the Venue N Line, it is expected to grow longer.
On the 2022 creta, we can expect exterior additions like fresh alloy wheels, the signature N Line upholstery, steering wheel and aluminium pedals. All the N-variants are famed for their attractive red-on-black colour scheme. Creta N Line also gets the red ambient lights, highlights and piping on the seats inside the car.
Creta N Line can be expected to run on a 2.0-litre petrol engine, the one that powers the Alcazar in India. The setup could be a tuned up sportier version along with a new suspension.
Hyundai will be launching the new Creta initially in South American markets. We can hope to expect Hyundai to bring the Creta N Line to India after the Venue N Line version.
Let us know in the comment section if you want to see the Creta N Line in India soon.
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