Hyundai Creta N Line Dark Edition debuts in Brazil
Hyundai unveiled the Creta N Line's Night Edition variant in the Brazilian market. The sportier version of the SUV is all-black, as suggested by its name, which amplifies its level of stealth.
Along with the gloss black colour, the Creta N Line's visual feature is that it has been completely de-chromed. The SUV also has 'N Line' logos on the front grille, fenders, and hubcaps of the 18-inch multi-spoke alloy wheels to emphasize its sporty appearance.
The Creta still has a panoramic sunroof and smoked head and tail light clusters, and there are no other external style modifications.
The 120PS, 1-litre turbo-petrol engine installed in the India-spec i20 N Line is used in the Creta N Line standard models marketed in the Latin American country. The Night Edition, on the other hand, receives a bigger 2-litre naturally aspirated engine with 167PS and 202Nm, driving the front wheels through an automatic transmission to match its exterior.
The Creta N Line's interior features a monochromatic black theme with "N Line" emblems on the front seats, steering wheel, and gearshift. The Creta is well-equipped with amenities including an automated parking brake, an infotainment system with a 10.25-inch touchscreen, a Bose sound system, a cooled driver seat, and ADAS capabilities aside from the black scheme.
There are two colour choices available for the Creta N Line Night Edition: Black, Silk Grey with Black roof, and White with Black roof. There is a limit on the production of 900 units.
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