Hyundai Creta N-Line high-performance compact SUV: what it will look like
Hyundai is India’s second largest automobile manufacturer. The manufacturer recently unveiled the N-Line version of i20 for the Indian market. It is different from the regular i20 as it gets different body kits, exhaust and re-tuned suspension setup. As Hyundai officially introduced the N-Line in India, it is possible that Hyundai will launch other products with the N-Line badge in the future. Here we have a set of digitally rendered images that show what the Creta SUV would look like, if Hyundai released an N-Line version of the same.
Render images were shared by sdesyn on Instagram. rendering reinvents the Hyundai Creta as a performance SUV. Hyundai Creta is currently the most popular SUV in the segment and it competes with cars like Kia Seltos, Skoda Kushaq, MG Hector, Tata Harrier in the segment. This is only a digital render and so far Hyundai has not shared a word on an N-Line version of Creta.
The first thing that one would notice about the Creta is the paint job. The SUV gets Hyundai’s signature blue and black racing colors with red accents. All chrome elements of the regular Creta have been removed and replaced with glossy black panels. The grille has been completely changed. Instead of a cascading chrome grille, the SUV gets a grille with several vertical slats. The N-Line badge is also visible on the radiator grille.
The bumper looks a lot more muscular as it is a red colored lower lip and a body kit finished in carbon fiber. A set of LED DRL is also installed on the bumper. Boomerang-shaped split LED daytime running lights and tri-beam headlights are all retained. As for the side profile, the Creta N-Line gets red color accents on the lower body cladding. The wheels were also replaced. The machine-cut two-tone alloy rims were replaced with all-black multi-spoke alloy rims with a low profile tire.
The flash silver arc on the side profile of the Hyundai Creta also receives a carbon fiber finish for that sporty look. The roof was blackened, as well as all the pillars. At the rear, the artist removed the split LED tail light that came with the regular Creta. He kept the LED bar that runs from end to end. The space where the rear lights are originally positioned is left vacant. On the way down, the bumper gets glossy black and red inserts with a double-ended exhaust which indicates that this is no ordinary Creta. The N-Line badge is also visible on the trunk of the car.
If Hyundai ever decided to introduce an N-Line version of Creta in India, it would be powered by the turbocharged 1.4-liter petrol engine that generates 140 hp and 242 Nm of maximum torque. The engine is mated to a 7-speed DCT gearbox as standard. Hyundai Creta is also available with two other engine options. There is a 1.5 liter naturally aspirated petrol engine that generates 115 Ps and 144 Nm of torque. This engine is available with optional manual gearbox and CVT. The 1.5-liter turbo diesel engine generates 115 hp and 250 Nm of maximum torque. This engine is also available with a manual and automatic transmission option.