The Creta N Line could become the third N Line offering from Hyundai in India, after the i20 and the upcoming Venue N Line.
The Hyundai Creta N Line has been teased for the Brazilian market, ahead of its global reveal in June. It will be based on the current-gen Creta sold in India. While not a lot has been shown in the image, the Creta N Line is expected to carry similar upgrades as the i20 N Line.
As we know the i20 N Line has already come to India, and the Venue N Line is on the way, then it doesn’t take much to guess that Hyundai will bring a similar version of the Creta as well sometime in the future.
The biggest change will be a new colour scheme with sportier elements. There will be N Line badges peppered all over the car, and in Brazil, it will also debut the 1.4-litre turbo-petrol engine that we get in India. Hyundai is expected to make tuning changes to the engine and suspension both, to make the Creta N Line feel more dynamic and improve its performance.
As far as launch dates go, this is one that Hyundai has not confirmed yet. Therefore, take it with a pinch of salt. However realistically, the Creta N Line could be here before the turn of the year.