Mid-March 2024 is the confirmed launch date for the new Hyundai Creta N Line

Hyundai is preparing to introduce the sportier and more dynamic Creta N Line, the company’s best-selling SUV, in a calculated move that comes after the Creta facelift was just unveiled in India. Hyundai has achieved a great deal with this, as it is the first to launch the N Line update for the Creta series. With Hyundai’s official confirmation that the Creta N Line will debut in mid-March 2024, anticipation is growing.

Since its launch in 2015, the Creta has dominated its segment and been Hyundai’s best-selling SUV in India for an extended period of time. The introduction of the N Line variation is anticipated to further accelerate the Creta lineup’s sales momentum, given that over 10 lakh units have been sold in India and that the facelift has garnered an amazing 50,000 bookings in just one month of its launch.

Unique Design Redesign for the N Line Model:

Hyundai has made notable design changes below the front LED Daytime Running Lights (DRLs) to differentiate the 2024 Creta N Line from the standard Creta. A stunning black mesh grill has taken the place of the conventional front parametric grill, adding to the vehicle’s athletic style and removing apparent weight. The LED DRLs are now part of the body-colored bumper, giving the entire design a smooth, athletic appearance.

The lower bumper’s sleeker silver components add to the Creta N Line’s overall sporty design. The car has N Line badging on the quarter panels and front grill, and a N badge has taken the place of the Hyundai symbol on the alloy wheels. The sharply designed 18-inch alloy wheels complement the N Line variant’s overall powerful appearance.

Elegant Interior Design and Enhanced Performance:

In keeping with the recognizable N Line design seen on earlier versions, the 2024 Creta N Line is anticipated to have a number of red voices, such as red ambient lighting, N Line logos, and red stitching on the seats and steering wheel. More mechanical improvements are also planned, such as a larger paddle shifter on the steering wheel, a more resonant exhaust system for a faster ride, and a firmer suspension for a sportier ride.

Unleashing Power through Engine Cost and Specifications:

The same strong 1.5L 4-cylinder turbo petrol engine that powers the regular Creta will power the Creta N Line. With a maximum power output of 160 PS and a maximum torque of 253 Nm, this engine guarantees a thrilling driving experience. Although the normal Creta only comes with a 7-speed DCT version of this engine in the top-spec trim, the N Line variance might feature a manual version and more trim levels to accommodate a broader pricing range.

The starting price of the Creta N Line is anticipated to be around Rs 1 lakh more than that of the corresponding ordinary variation; the existing Creta is priced between Rs 11 lakh and Rs 20.15 lakh (ex-showroom). The top-of-the Creta N Line variant may cost more than Rs 21 lakh (ex-showroom), providing drivers with an upscale and thrilling driving experience.