2024 Hyundai Creta N Line Revealed Ahead Of March 11 Launch

  • Feb 29, 2024
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Bookings for Hyundai’s third N Line product in India are also underway

  • Hyundai Creta N Line revealed with sportier styling elements. 

  • Design changes include a new grille, revised front and rear bumpers, and red inserts on the callipers

  • Interior gets red stitching treatment all round the black cabin, likely with an N Line-specific steering wheel and gearknob.

  • To get a 10.25-inch infotainment system and 10.25-inch digital driver’s display.

  • Standard safety features include six airbags, and a host of electronic aids 

  • Will get a 160PS 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine paired with 7-speed DCT, and a manual transmission.

  • To command a premium over comparable 2024 Creta turbo-petrol variants.

  • Will rival the Kia Seltos GT Line and VW Taigun GT.

Hyundai has given the new Creta facelift the N Line treatment! The Creta N Line has been unveiled as the third N Line product in India. It gets the same N Line treatment that we are used to here in India – sportier exterior and interior styling as well as tweaked mechanicals. Bookings are open for Rs 25,000 and it will be launched on March 11. Let’s take a look at the design of the Creta N Line:

Creta N Line design

The Hyundai Creta N Line looks a lot sportier to its standard derivative, thanks to the WRC inspiration. Changes come in the form of the new N Line-specific Thunder blue shade, which gets a dual tone with the black roof. The front has been revised with a new bumper design complimented by a N Line-spec rectangular grille, giving it a distinctive look compared to the standard car. There’s N Line badging on the new grille, which can also be found on the fender and the rear tailgate.

The side gets 18-inch alloy wheels and red brake callipers within them, giving the profile a nice sporty look. The red insert that starts from the ends of the front bumper continues on the side sill, and flows towards the rear. The rear is as aggressive as the front. The skid plate is new, more sportier, and the dual exhaust tips ups the ante on the sportier quotient even further.


While cabin images are limited at the moment, the new all-black theme is apparent. Here too, you get red inserts all around the cabin, and it should also get an N-specific three spoke steering and gear knob as seen on the i20 N Line.

You can expect it to pack all the features as the top-spec standard Creta. So the list should include a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, a 10.25-inch digital driver’s display, dual-zone climate control, a panoramic sunroof, cruise control, ventilated front seats and more.

Hyundai has confirmed that 6 airbags, electronic stability control and electronic parking brake with auto hold will be offered as standard with the Creta N Line. And the top-end model will come packing with ADAS as well. 

Creta N Line powertrain

2024 Hyundai Creta turbo-petrol engine

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The Creta's new 160PS 1.5-litre turbo-petrol is the only fair powerhouse for the N Line Creta. But unlike the standard Creta in which the turbo-petrol is available with a 7-speed DCT, the N Line gets the option of a manual transmission. We also expect Hyundai to make changes to the suspension geometry for a more dynamic ride along with a sportier exhaust system for the enthusiasts to enjoy.

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The Creta N Line will be launched in India on March 11, and we expect it to be priced at a premium over the standard car which retails between Rs 10.99 lakh and Rs 20.14 lakh (ex-showroom). There will be two trims available: N8 and N10. Upon launch, it will rival the likes of the Kia Seltos GT Line and VW Taigun GT, while serving a sportier alternative to the MG Astor and Skoda Kushaq.

Hyundai Creta N Line
Hyundai Creta N Line
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