Hyundai Venue N Line to launch on September 6
It's no secret that Hyundai India has been readying a sportier Hyundai Venue N Line to go with the recent facelift to the compact SUV. Now, Hyundai India has confirmed that the Hyundai Venue N Line will be launched on September 6.
Hyundai Venue N Line: Styling
Spy photos have shown that the Hyundai Venue N Line will follow the template set by the i20 N Line with its visual enhancements. There should be an N Line grille with angular inserts and the N badge and a sharper design for the front and rear bumpers. The compact SUV should also be redesigned along the front and rear bumper lips, over the wheel-well cladding, along the roof rails and in the front brake callipers. Also seen is an N Line fender badge and N branded alloy wheels specific to this version. These new images also confirm the presence of more prominent dual exhaust tips.
Standard Venue interior for reference
Hyundai Venue N Line: Powertrain and Transmission
It is most likely rumoured that the Venue N Line will be powered by a 1.0-litre three-cylinder turbo GDI petrol mill. This motor should be able to push out 120PS and 172 Nm of peak torque. It will also be available with just the seven-speed DCT.
The Venue N Line should get a sportier exhaust and different steering, and suspension tuning. The six-speed iMT will seemingly not be offered with the SUV.
Hyundai Venue N Line: Interior Changes, Features
The interiors of the upcoming Hyundai Venue N Line haven't been seen yet but expect it to get an all-black theme with red highlight on the dash and door trim, as well as, N branded seats and red ambient lighting. There should also be sportier steel pedals and door sills. The Venue N Line will be based on the higher variants of the two highest variants of the 2022 Hyundai Venue and get a similar set of features.
The Hyundai Venue N Line should be priced between Rs 14.5 to 15.5 lakh on-road Mumbai. The exact prices will be revealed on September 6.
Starts Rs 7.53 Lakhs
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