Hyundai Creta N Line vs Creta: What is different?

Gajanan Kashikar Published: March 01, 2024, 05:59 PM IST

Hyundai Motor India recently revealed the official pictures of the upcoming Creta N Line. This sporty version of the SUV brings new colours, mildly updated exterior, a manual gearbox, distinctive interior, and a handful of other changes over the standard Creta. But how distinctive is the Creta N Line compared to the regular Creta? Let us find out.

Hyundai Creta vs Hyundai Creta N Line: Design, colours, & variants

The new Creta N Line will be offered in two variants: N8 and N10 across three single- and dual-tone colours, such as Titan Grey Matte, Abyss Black Pearl, and Atlas White, including Thunder Blue, Shadow Grey, and Atlas White with an Abyss Black roof.

In contrast, the Creta facelift comes in seven variants: E, EX, S, S(O), SX, SX Tech, and SX (O). It is available in six single- and one dual-tone paint scheme, namely Ranger Khaki, Fiery Red, Atlas White, Abyss Black, Titan Grey, and Emerald Pearl along with an Atlas White with a black roof.

The Creta N Line distinguishes itself from the standard Creta with a range of new additions to its exterior. To start with, there is a new N Line-spec front grille with the N Line logo, reworked front and rear bumpers with red inserts, N Line badges at the front, side, and rear ends; split headlight setup, a dual-tip exhaust, distinctive and sporty 18-inch alloy wheels, black window frame, red insert on side skirts with red inserts, and front and rear brake callipers finished in red.

Hyundai Creta vs Hyundai Creta N Line: Interior

Although Hyundai has yet to fully reveal the interior and features of the Creta N Line, the sporty version will come with an all-black theme as against the dual-tone cabin of the standard Creta. It could also come with a variety of N Line-specific elements, such as steering wheel, gear selector, and upholstery with N Line embroidery.

Apart from that, we expect the Creta N Line to carry forward the dashboard layout, 10.25-inch all-digital instrument cluster, and 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system. Plus, it is likely to keep features, such as Level 2 autonomous driving, a 360-degree camera, USB Type-C ports, a wireless charging pad, telematics, connected car features, an in-built voice assistant, ventilated seats and powered front seats, ambient lighting, ESC, six airbags, traction control, a panoramic sunroof, an updated Bose sound system, an air purifier, and multiple driving modes.

Hyundai Creta vs Hyundai Creta N Line: Powertrain

The Creta N Line will be powered by the same 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine that delivers 160PS and 253Nm of torque as the standard Creta. But it will not only come with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission but also a six-speed manual gearbox.

On the flip side, the Creta facelift also comes with a 1.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol motor with 115PS/143.8Nm and a 1.5-litre turbo diesel engine with 116PS/250Nm. Transmission options include a six-speed manual, a six-speed automatic, a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic, and a CVT automatic.

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