Hyundai will bring special variants of these three existing cars in India

Hyundai Creta N-Line South America

South Korean company Hyundai Motor is one of the most successful car brands in the Indian market. In the current market, it remains a strong contender for the second position in the passenger vehicle segment between Hyundai and Tata.

Last year, Hyundai launched the first N-line car (i20), giving buyers a wide range of options to choose from.

Following this path, the company is also going to bring some more cars in the N-Line.

  • Hyundai Venue N-Line

Hyundai has made several significant changes to the Venue by facelifting it recently. In this update, along with the design of the Venue, the features have also increased.

According to media reports, the Hyundai facelifted Venue will also launch alongside the N-Line variant in the coming months. Earlier this year, the Venue N-Line was spotted testing in South Korea.
As per the leaked documents, it will be available in two variants N6 and N8.

  • Hyundai Creta N-Line

Last month, Hyundai launched the Creta N-Line in South America, which is in line with the Creta sold in India. There are reports that it will also launch in India.

It also gets a new tailgate design with mesh grille, new air dam and dual exhaust with N-line badging.
The interiors of the Creta get an N-line themed gear lever and steering wheel. In India, it will come with 1.4 liter turbo petrol DCT gearbox.

  • hyundai verna facelift

Next on the list is the Hyundai sedan Verna. No information has been revealed about its N-Line variant yet, but there are reports that Hyundai is going to facelift the Verna soon.

According to media reports, this Hyundai car will soon get a generational update and the company can also introduce an N-Line variant along with it.
The interior of the new variant will get an N-line-themed gear lever and steering wheel with red stitching.

Outfable Bytes

According to a recent media report, Hyundai Motor Europe’s marketing chief Andreas Christoph had confirmed that the company is making an electric hatchback car. Its starting price in the Indian market will be less than the Tata Nexon EV.

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