Hyundai Creta N Line debuts in Brazil


Hyundai has revealed the Creta N Line for the Brazilian market, with prices starting at BRL 165,090 (INR 26,17,920). The sporty SUV is expected to go on sale in ASEAN markets and India as well, but nothing is confirmed just yet.

Compared with the regular Creta that a lot of people here have wet dreams on a regular basis, the Creta N Line wears a sporty bodykit—which includes a model-specific dark grille with N Line-specific grille pattern; sporty front & rear bumpers, and model-exclusive 17-inch wheels. Also, notice the twin circular tailpipes housed in the rear bumper. You know what all this means, right? If launched in India, people are not gonna sleep. But anyway, exterior paint choices include Blue, Gray, Silver, White and Black.


The dark-themed cabin of the Creta N Line boasts N-branded steering wheel, shift lever, and of course, seats, all complemented with red contrast stitching. The rest of the features are carried over from the regular Creta.


As you might know, the N Line badging is mostly about visual upgrades, which means there’s not gonna be any powertrain upgrades. The Creta N Line in Brazil is gonna pack a 1.0-litre 3-cylinder turbocharged flex-fuel (petrol/ethanol) engine that offers 88 kW (120 metric hp) and 172 Nm (127 lb-ft) of torque. A 6-speed automatic gearbox drives the front wheels. It is unclear if the 2.0L naturally aspirated flex-fuel unit is also offered for the N Line.

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