Hyundai Creta Will Get A Hotter N Line Variant

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You may not be familiar with the Hyundai Creta because it was first introduced in Indonesia and later made accessible in other regions. For the first time, the Creta receives the N Line treatment, bringing a touch of sportiness to the compact crossover.

Despite the fact that Hyundai will unveil the facelifted Creta in Indonesia in November 2021, the Creta N Line is based on the second-generation Creta that was released in 2019.


It has a reworked bumper with a bigger grille that is now connected to the split headlights and a larger bumper intake with triangle turn signals and splitter-style elements, as well as a larger bumper intake with triangular turn signals and splitter-style features.

The version-specific 17-inch alloy wheels, N logos all over the car, dual-tone bodywork, a panoramic sunroof, and diffuser-style add-ons on the revised rear bumper are among the other highlights.

Hyundai Creta

Black leather with contrasting red stitching, the N symbol on the seats, shiftknob, and steering wheel, as well as a glossy black coating for the center console, can all be found inside the cabin. A heated driver's seat, automatic air conditioning, six airbags, and the Hyundai SmartSense ADAS suite's base pack are all standard features.

Although the Creta N Line looks sporty the technical specs don't sound sporty at all. A turbocharged 1.0-liter T-GDi three-cylinder petrol engine with 118 horsepower and 172 Nm of torque provides power. A six-speed automatic transmission sends power to the front wheels.

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