Hyundai Creta N Line: What to expect?


Hyundai will join and enter the big leagues in terms of special edition SUVs but this time around it’s a performance one. We exclusively brought you details of the Creta N Line and now here is all that you need to know about the upcoming SUV.

On the outside, the special edition Creta will get N-Line paint schemes, and badging at the front and rear. The major highlight will be the N Line-specific wheels which will help separate this special edition from the regular car.

Moving in track with the other N Line models, it is expected to get an N Line-specific steering, instrument cluster and red piping on the seats, gear lever and steering. We can also expect N Line embossing on the headrests. It is based on the top-spec Creta, SX (O), which means things like a 360-degree camera, Level-2 ADAS, dual-digital displays, powered driver’s seat, rear-seat recline and an LED lighting package.

This is something we can officially confirm. It will be offered with the 1.5-litre GDi turbo petrol in the N8 and a new N10 variant which is equal to the SX and SX (O) variant. This engine produces 160bhp/253Nm and the standard car gets a seven-speed DCT while the N Line will also get a six-speed manual.

The Hyundai Creta N Line will take on the Volkswagen Taigun GT, Skoda Kushaq Monte Carlo and the Kia Seltos X-Line.