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The pictures published by the Indian Autocar with reference to Autonation_India show the updated Creta in the N Line version. The sports version differs from a regular crossover by a spoiler, red decor along the lower edge of the body and 18-inch wheels. Judging by the photographs, the facelifted Creta N Line will be offered in two new shades, matte gray and blue, and the interior will be black with red elements.

It is logical to assume that the sports version of the Hyundai Creta will receive the most powerful engine in the range – a 1.5-liter turbo engine that develops 160 horsepower and 253 Nm of torque. It is paired with a seven-speed dual-clutch robotic gearbox, but an option with a six-speed manual transmission is also possible. Autocar India writes that the Creta N Line will have the suspension retuned to make it stiffer and the steering to be sharper.

Hyundai Creta N Line
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The sports crossover was photographed in India during the filming of a commercial, which means the debut of the Hyundai Creta N Line is just around the corner.

Models of the N Line series are popular in the local market – more than 10 thousand of these cars were sold last year. In the coming years, the Indian division of Hyundai intends to increase this figure to 15-20 thousand units.

As for the updated Creta, it was shown earlier this month. The crossover has been transformed on the outside and began to resemble the “older” Palisade, and the interior has been modernized with a 10.25-inch digital instrument panel and a multimedia system screen of the same size.

The list of equipment has become richer. It includes six airbags, dual-zone climate control, a panoramic sunroof, 360-degree cameras, telematics and an eight-speaker Bose audio system. Creta also has a second-level ADAS complex with 19 assistants, including adaptive cruise control with braking and lane keeping systems.

Prices in India start from 1.1 million rupees (1.2 million rubles at the current exchange rate) and go up to two million (2.1 million rubles).

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