Updated On: 13 July 2021 Jatin Jhamb
One of the most popular SUVs in India is the Creta from Hyundai and with the newer generation launched in March last year, the carmaker has been doing healthy sales of above 12,000+ units monthly. We have seen several modifications for the same and even the rendered one but what we have today is something different. It is the sportier version of the Hyundai Creta that is also known as the N Line concept.
Painted in the Performance Blue colour scheme that is seen on other Hyundai cars worldwide, this Creta N Line surely distinct itself from the crowd. Also, the black contrast on the grille, roof and body cladding gives it an aesthetic appeal.
Sharing the design changes at the front, this N Line concept gets a new grille with a vertical setup along with N line badging. The same gloss black treatment is observed in the lower parts of the grille too and to further improve the design, this N Line Concept of Creta gets gloss black carbon fibre treatment with red highlights. Also, check out the tweaked fog light design.
Moving to the side profile then the SUV continues with the carbon fibre and gloss red skirting and now sit on Vossen VPS 308 rims with Pirelli Pzero tyres and decals. Overall, the side profile looks neat and appealing but wait till you glance at the reworked rear profile.
At the rear, the split taillights are now gone and replaced by a single bar. Surprisingly, they look good to us. You also get a massive diffuser with a carbon fibre finish and dual exhausts. Do notice the big chunk of inverted U on the rear bumper that sets itself in a subtle way. Similarly, the reflectors here work as brake lights too at night.
Currently, Hyundai has not hinted at bringing the N Line concept in India but if they bring a mid-cycle facelift just with this design, we think the Creta will sell like hotcakes. Well, it is still sold in chunks but this one looks, gangsta.
Hyundai Creta is offered three engine options - two petrol and one oil burner. The 1.5L petrol and 1.5L diesel generate 115 PS of power with 144 Nm and 250 Nm of peak torque respectively. Both these engines get a 6-speed manual as standard and IVT (petrol) and a 6-speed torque converter (diesel) as an option. The 1.4L turbocharged petrol is the most powerful unit that pumps out 140 PS with 242 Nm of peak torque and is mated to a 7-speed DCT only.
Hyundai Creta retails from Rs 10 lakh to Rs 17.71 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi. So what do you think about the Hyundai Creta N Line concept and would you buy one if it gets launched? Do let us know in the comment section below. Also, make sure you are a member of our 91Wheels Whatsapp group where we bring you all the latest information related to the Indian Automotive Industry.
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Yes, the Creta SX 1.5 Manual had been discontinued, To know more details about the Hyundai Creta, please visit https://www.91wheels.com/news/planning-to-go-for-the-hyundai-creta-sx-variant-it-is-now-discontinued