Hyundai has officially dropped the wraps on the new Creta N Line SUV. The company unveiled the sporty iteration of the popular SUV in Brazil after dropping the teaser throughout the past few weeks.
The new car comes with tweaks on the outside tuned suspension as well. In terms of exteriors, the Creta N Line comes with unique cosmetic elements including a taller bumper, larger air-intake and a set of new triangular fog lamp housings. At the front, the car gets a grille that looks similar to that of the Tucson with inserts finished in dark chrome. The car also gets prominent Hyundai N Line badging on the grille. The full LED headlamps seem to be the same units that are found on the standard Creta.
The car sits on an all-new set of 17-inch alloy wheels along with newly-design side skirts and darkened bits on the window line. At the rear, the car gets a new bumper with prominent N Line signature bits, a faux diffuser and twin exhaust tips.
On the inside, the Creta N Line gets respective badging on the seats in addition to the red stitching on the upholstery, N Line themed transmission stick and steering wheel among other changes.
Under the bonnet, the Hyundai Creta N Line gets a 1.0-litre turbo petrol engine that outputs 120hp, this engine is the entry-level powerplant in many overseas markets like South America.